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Live drawing for communication and co creation 2016


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Beginner's guide shows how to draw engaging sketchnotes, maps, and charts during
meetings and presentations. Includes how to sketch simple icons, metaphors, to clarify, communicate and co-create meaning.

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Live drawing for communication and co creation 2016

  1. 1. Live Drawing for Communication and Co-creation Patricia Kambitsch 2016
  2. 2. I try not to do anything that's too close to what I've done before. And the nice thing is we have a big universe here. It's filled with new ideas. All you have to do is grab them. - Stan Lee
  3. 3. What is your favorite doodle?
  4. 4. Can you doodle these?
  5. 5. Drawing for meaning has been around a while.
  6. 6. Agreements before we begin
  7. 7. What do you want to communicate?
  8. 8. What do you want to create together?
  9. 9. What problems do you want to solve?
  10. 10. Photo by Joe Lam
  11. 11. Photo by AnnaKiss Mauser-Martinez
  12. 12. Arrows and bullets And banners
  13. 13. Dave Gray Gamestorming
  14. 14. Play Connect the Dots 1. Choose a relevant topic. Write that in the middle. 2. Draw 5-10 dots 3. Name the dots with words from your Jargon List. 4. Challenge another table to connect the dots by drawing lines to connect the dots. 5. They will have to name the relationship between the dots.
  15. 15. Select an important question. Interview your partner about the question. Create a sketchnote based on the interview.
  16. 16. Overview of Resources for Visual Thinking and Live Sketching On the Web Full Circle Wiki curated by Nancy White Nearly comprehensive collection of visual thinking resources. Periodic Table of Visualization Methods. Rich overview of methods at The Noun Project Source for Icons. “The Noun Project is a platform empowering the community to build a global visual language that everyone can understand.”- Great for practice and building a visual vocabulary. Sketchnote Army “Sketchnote Army is dedicated to finding and showcasing sketchnotes and sketchnoters from around the world, from events, conferences, workshops or wherever sketchnotes are captured or created. The brainchild of Mike Rohde, Sketchnote Army has existed since November 2009.” Mind map inspiration – beautiful, inspiring, funny Mind Maps. Books Blah Blah Blah – Dan Roam. New York. Penguin. –Solving Problems with stick figures. Highly recommended. The Sketchnote Handbook, The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking- Mike Rohde, Peachpit Press. Picture This, Lynda Barry, Montreal, Drawn and Quarterly. How to Mind Map: The Thinking Tool that Will Change Your Life – T. Buzan, UK: HarperCollins Make a World, Ed Emberly’s Drawing Book – Ed Emberly- NY Little,Brown and Company The Mind Map Book: How to Use Radiant Thinking to Maximize Your Brain’s Untapped Potential – T. Buzan & B. Buzan, Plume The Graphic Facilitator’s Guide B. Agerbeck, Chicago: Visual Meetings. David Sibbet. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Video Cartoonist and theorist Scott McCloud’s TED talk. Sketcho Frenzy -Charming videos on how to use sketching for learning: using simple images, Venns, tree diagrams, mindmaps and others.
  17. 17. workshops and events @playthink