My friend Doug Neill has created an excellent new resource for anyone interested in exploring and getting better at using both verbal and visual skills they possess.
Not only does Doug offer a blog and a book with tips from an educator's perspective, I love his Verbal to Visual Podcast, where he talks with people in the community.
Let's support Doug as a a sketchnoting community by signing up for his podcast and newsletter!
A sketchnote from Kamrey D. Nichols captured at AIGA Advance Creative Review at LSU. She writes.
Interesting use of text orientation and red color.
Nice work, Kamrey. - Mauro
He write on his blog:
I like taking notes this way – the timed challenge provides me with much needed focus (no zoning out here), and the notes seem to stick way longer. As a bonus: even if the content does not particularly appeal to me, the added note taking practice still makes it worthwile.
You can find other sketchnotes on his website.
Good work, Zeger - Mauro
His video-based, interactive book, will teach you to get the most out of the Paper-app for iPad.
Fill the form below and submit a link to one of your best sketchnotes. Matthias will randomly choose the 10 winners from those who register before the giveaway closes on June, 4th at 7:00 AM Central European Summer Time (00.00 CDT).