How can you start building flows if you don’t know how to read them? In this session, we’ll read through flows together and learn how to interpret them using analytical reading.
Analytical reading consists of critical thinking and problem-solving. It focuses on active information perception. By dividing a text into its smallest structural pieces, we are better able to understand how and why they work.
The same is true for flows. By breaking flows down to their smaller elements, their purposes can be easier understood.
The audience for this session will leave not only with the ability to break a flow down to its smaller structural elements so that its purpose can become clear, but also the confidence to create those elements from scratch to build new flows.