Data Input 75% neurons dedicated to visual senseScienceneuroscience Data Processing 50% processing power dedicated to visual input* neurons - an electrically excitable cell that processes and transmits information
Visual Recording bla bla wolf bla bla bla 1 sketchnotes 2 graphic recording aka. scribing, graphic note taking
Sketchnotesthe art of thinking/listening in pictures and words
Samplesketchnotes Lettering Frames Bullets Connectors Pop People Emotions Icons
Lettering Frames Bullets ConnectorsFundamentals Pop Peoplesketchnotes Lettering Frames Bullets Emotions Icons Connectors Pop People Emotions Icons
Who? What? - things, people and roles - portraits, objects How much? - measuring and counting - charts When? - scheduling and timing - timelinesQuick Referencesix ways we see and show Where? - directions + how things ﬁt together - maps How? - how things inﬂuence each other - ﬂowcharts Why? - seeing the big picture - plots #botnapkin
Look Out/In Up/Down - open your eyes - it’s all around you - signs (esp. if crowds or speed involved) Copy - steal like an artist - discover what works for you Practice - develop active listening/seeing skillsStarting Outstay curious + + + + + Make your mark - don’t be intimidated - stop apologising
books solving problems with pictures brain twitter dan_roam sunnibrown naceyduarteReferencesbooks, tweeps and video rohdesign craightonbarman loosetooth evalottchen davegray austinkeon online sunnibrown evalottchen imagethink
Feedback make it easier, even compelling,checking expectations to pick up a pen/marker and engage in powerful conversations
Draw Out 1 grab 2 draw 3 post upleave your mark anything
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