We welcome you to take part in developing a Field Guide to Semiotic Thinking – an independent web-platform that will exhibit and explain the most important semiotic tools to solve problems, create inspiration and get insights, along with the underlying guiding principles.
We are looking for the most useful concepts, methods, guiding principles, ways of thinking and problem solving used by the community of applied and academic semioticians.
The first stage of submission entails only a name of the tool or principle you have found most effective in practice with short explanation or example why this tool should be in final selection. Or skip the Stage 1 altogether and begin with Stage 2 instead.
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