Working out loud is the process by which you make your work a) observable; and b) narrated.
I first started working out loud online. Eventually, I built enough confidence to make it a physical undertaking.
I moved my desk under the stairs in the office. I made myself, as well as my work, visible, observable. People wandering to and fro the office kitchen would chance upon me there.
To make the project unequivocal, I connected a projector to my laptop and broadcast my work against the wall.
Then, for narration, for one week I advertised a twice daily pecha kucha presentation on the enterprise social network, and invited colleagues to drop by and chat about a miscellaneous topic.
It made me vulnerable, but also available and connected. I had at least 15 unexpected conversations that week with colleagues.
Disorganizers are visible. Where are you doing your work?
This Much We Know.