How Splash and Dashes work: Guenter Hengsberg

A great sketchnote by Guenter Hengsberg .

He wrote:

I used to be rather embarassed about my notebooks which tended to be full of tiny sketches and doodles. So I made an effort to suppress the urge to sketch and visualize my thoughts to keep my pages clean (yeah, I know…). Until recently when a dear friend inspired me with her own sketchnotes. I delved into the topic, and now there is no stopping me from sketching away and I actually take pride in what I now consider as legitimate work of mine. I am a trainer for the service staff at my company and in order to keep the colleagues informed I developed the Splash and Dash-format the principles of which I explained sketchnote-style.

Interesting story Guenter!

- Mauro

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