In this interview with Christina Wodtke, we talk about the meaning of sketchnoting, drawing, and how they relate to language, interpretation and improvisation.
Christina also shares her thoughts on the importance of creating lots of bad drawings to get to good ideas, her tools and 3 tips for sketchnoters.
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- Dan Roam
- Kate Rutter
- Alex Osterwalder
- Ed Emberly
- Mayan Script
- Alphabets and Ideographs
- In defense of the visual alphabet
- The Choreography of Sketching
- Paper by Fifty-Three
- Autodesk SketchBook
- Muji Notebooks
- Hand Made Notebooks
- Micron Pigment Liners
- Tombow Gray Dual Brush Markers
- Linea for iPad
- iA Writer
- Brushes Redux
- Microsoft Surface Pro
CHRISTINA'S 3 TIPS
- Make as many bad drawings as you can, They do the job. Quantity!
- Sketchnote books and chapters. Write what you want to keep for yourself.
- Copy everything you like, because it’s wonderful!
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