Today's guest is Thiago Esser
Thiago's bio on Twitter say:
Interaction/UX Designer, Teacher, Author @ http://uxnivers.com
1. Tell us when you first met Sketchnote/Visual art
I begun drawing seriously when I was like... 6 to 7 years old. By "seriously" I mean paying attention to details and applying myself to be better at it. I saw a classmate of mine with a sintetic kind of trace, and I envied him.
2. How this impacted on your life/work/thinking?
I kept drawing since then, even not being the kind of person who does it everyday. Later, I found myself attracted to more cartoonish, sketchy stuff. This eventually led me to graphic/visual arts and design.
3. Sketchnotes: digital or analogical? Why?
Analogical. More funny, more tactile. I like seeing it directly on paper, taking advantage of "errors". Once you inked the paper, you have to deal with it, and that's not a bad thing :)
4. Share a Sketchnote secret tip with us!
It's about you, even if the sketchnote is on someone else's ideas. I mean, it's YOUR approach, it's what triggers your imagination, so, make it yours.
5. What future do you foresee for Sketchnote/Visual Arts?
A tool to be taught in school, besides reading and writing?
Bonus. The Sketchnote Workbook: can you tell us something about it?
Haven't grabbed my copy yet, it's on its way. But, in advance, I can assure Mike Rohde is a great guy for being so accessible and for gathering all this people on his book. Very glad of being part of it :))
We thank you Thiago for sharing with us.
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