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Whiteboard Warrior at the Stanford d.school 2/14/15

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Notebook Neophyte to Whiteboard Warrior is a d.school pop-up class on the fundamentals of visual communication. @katerutter and I teach it. More info at http://whiteboardwarrior.org.

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Whiteboard Warrior at the Stanford d.school 2/14/15

  1. 1. #nn2ww Saturday, February 14 ♥ 2015 Notebook Neophyte to Whiteboard Warrior
  2. 2. Welcome! Let’s get to know each other... ♥
  3. 3. today Morning! ! Build your graphic vocabulary Pieces & Parts Practice! ! ! 12:00!! ! ! Lunch! ! Afternoon!! Putting it all together Practice! Perspectives
  4. 4. why visual notetaking?! • externalize and clarify ideas • communicate with others • get in a different groove • be super cool our goals for you! • be confident with visual notes • know how to develop your skills
  5. 5. Simplify to amplify. – Michael Barry
  6. 6. Gray marker or pencil Gel pens (.3 / .5 / .7) Unlined Moleskine Common materials
  7. 7. Good-enough materials
  8. 8. Everyone got materials?
  9. 9. warm-ups quick activity to get your hands moving.
  10. 10. 30 seconds
  11. 11. rapid rounds lettering things & ideas people & faces
  12. 12. basic • serif • double • bubble • block lettering 5 from 1
  13. 13. basic serif double bubble block
  14. 14. basic tall wide 30 seconds
  15. 15. moodwords lettering
  16. 16. 20 seconds
  17. 17. bouncy
  18. 18. sleek
  19. 19. rugged
  20. 20. frisky
  21. 21. smash
  22. 22. unique
  23. 23. things rubber stamps Use rubber stamps. Bill Verplank
  24. 24. 20 seconds
  25. 25. boom box
  26. 26. picnic
  27. 27. flipflops
  28. 28. crowd
  29. 29. acorn
  30. 30. dancer
  31. 31. ideas rubber stamps Use rubber stamps. Bill Verplank
  32. 32. 30 seconds
  33. 33. bright idea
  34. 34. participate
  35. 35. lonely
  36. 36. help
  37. 37. join
  38. 38. leadership
  39. 39. collaborative pictionary
  40. 40. tooth people sketch-a-long people 5 minutes
  41. 41. speed- sketch 50 toothpeople! 1 minute
  42. 42. star people sketch-a-long people 5 minutes
  43. 43. star people
  44. 44. speed- sketch 10 starpeople! 1 minute
  45. 45. people faces sketch-a-long
  46. 46. smile frown up brows neutral down brows no brows add a mouth... add eyebrows... Expressions matrix
  47. 47. basic face shape; no hair eyes are dots in the middle a nose is a little tic mark mouths have small check tics and an under lip line heads step-by-step
  48. 48. heads step-by-step adding hair sets the personality necks and necklines complete the picture
  49. 49. speed- sketch a partner! 1 minute
  50. 50. connectors frames dividers arrows demo
  51. 51. connectors frames sketch-a-long
  52. 52. connectors dividers sketch-a-long
  53. 53. connectors arrows sketch-a-long
  54. 54. transform
 a list! 5 minutes
  55. 55. lunch challenge
  56. 56. Our lunch homework: 100 drawings on post-its. 45 minutes
  57. 57. “I want to take better notes” “I want to lead better brainstorms” “I want to explain things
 better as a TA” “I want to be more persuasive in groups” “I want a new way to articulate ideas” “I want to be less shy about drawing in front of others”
  58. 58. put it all together
  59. 59. linear & vertical radial & path modular popcorn layouts
  60. 60. linear vertical Jessica Eldredge! http://www.flickr.com/photos/jessabean/8705360625
  61. 61. radial Jason Alderman! http://www.flickr.com/photos/jalderman/10039867503
  62. 62. Alexis Finch! http://www.flickr.com/photos/agentfin/10986121516/in/ set-72157637923005334 path
  63. 63. Scott Torrence! http://www.flickr.com/photos/100566070@N06/9727471316 modular
  64. 64. Timothy Reynolds! http://www.flickr.com/photos/turnislefthome/ 8525651030/in/faves-11769275@N00/ popcorn
  65. 65. TED Talk practice 1 10 minutes
  66. 66. http://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_how_to_start_a_movement • title of talk! • speaker name
 (& portrait)! • event! • date! • your name + 
 contact TED Talk 4 minutes How to start a movement
 Derek Sivers at TED 2010, February 2010
  67. 67. TED Talk 4 minutes Add type styles, rubber stamps, connectors, frames, tombow, color.... Again! http://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_how_to_start_a_movement • title of talk! • speaker name
 (& portrait)! • event! • date! • your name + 
 contact How to start a movement
 Derek Sivers at TED 2010, February 2010
  68. 68. collaborative critique
  69. 69. Listen
 with a pen 2 10 minutes
  70. 70. 3 minutes to record 2 minutes to reflect • Ask your partner to tell you about something that is important to him or her. • Use either your notebook or a whiteboard to record while your partner talks. • Reflect together when you are done. listen with a pen
  71. 71. Talk
 with a pen 3 10 minutes
  72. 72. 3 minutes to explain 2 minutes to reflect talk with a pen • Identify a concept that is hard to communicate to others. • Use either your notebook or a whiteboard to explain it visually to a partner. • You can talk while you draw, or
 draw before you talk. • Reflect together when you are done.
  73. 73. What’s behind
 all this?
  74. 74. LargeSmall Solo Collaborative For You For Others How big are you working? Who’s doing it? Who’s your audience? (i.e. the person or group of people creating the sketch) (i.e. people not in the room, not involved in creating) types of visual notes
  75. 75. LargeSmall Solo Collaborative For You For Others How big are you working? Who’s doing it? Who’s your audience? sketchnoting
  76. 76. LargeSmall Solo Collaborative For You For Others How big are you working? Who’s doing it? Who’s your audience? graphic recording
  77. 77. LargeSmall Solo Collaborative For You For Others How big are you working? Who’s doing it? Who’s your audience? graphic facilitation
  78. 78. LargeSmall Solo Collaborative For You For Others How big are you working? Who’s doing it? Who’s your audience? co-drawing
  79. 79. How do YOU want to use visual communication?
  80. 80. LargeSmall Solo Collaborative For You For Others How big are you working? Who’s doing it? Who’s your audience? “For me, visual communication is for ___________.”
  81. 81. group
 discussion
  82. 82. For the next 2 weeks, carry your sketchbook everywhere. ! When you want to reach for your phone to fill time, try reaching for your sketchbook instead. ! When you do a crappy drawing, try drawing it 3 more times until you like it. ! Post your drawings with #nn2ww! what’s next? http://whiteboardwarrior.org
  83. 83. More sketchnote resources The Back of the Napkin! by Dan Roam Sketching User Experiences: The Workbook
 by Saul Greenberg,Sheelagh Carpendale, Nicolai Marquardt, Bill Buxton http://whiteboardwarrior.org! http://sketchnotearmy.com/ http://www.meetup.com/Sketchnotes-SF/
  84. 84. More vizthink resources
  85. 85. People to follow Sketchnote Army
 http://sketchnotearmy.com/ ! Mike Rohde http://rohdesign.com @rhodesign ! Sunni Brown http://sunnibrown.com @sunnibrown ! David Sibbet @ the Grove http://grove.com ! Dave Gray http://www.davegrayinfo.com @davegray Sacha Chua http://sachachua.com @sachachua ! Alexis Finch http://graphitemind.com @agentfin ! Austin Kleon http://austinkleon.com @austinkleon ! Eva Lotta-Lamm http://www.evalotta.net @evalottchen
  86. 86. I like... I wish... I wonder...
  87. 87. Feedback! http://bit.ly/popupfeedbackwinter15 Hang out!
  88. 88. KateMolly Notebook Neophyte to Whiteboard Warrior! Saturday, January 31 & February 14, 2015 @mollyclare http://molly.is/here @katerutter http://intelleto.com
  89. 89. handouts
  90. 90. LargeSmall Sol Collaborative For You For Others How big are you working? Who’s doing Who’s your “For me, visual communication is for ___________
 ____________________________________________ ______.” Ideas I want to communicate visually: 1. ____________________________________________ ___ #nn2ww | d.school pop-up workshop | Feb 14, 2015
  91. 91. Sketchnote Layouts linear radial modular vertical path popcorn

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