“Ideas, not art.”
– Mike Rhode, pioneer of Sketchnotes
Sketchnotes, done in the studio, of recorded presentations (audio or video) provide an opportunity to create a visual summary that has the luxury of listening first before drawing and therefore knowing where the story line will flow. This results in a more concise and engaging graphic.
Do you have an idea you want to communicate in an innovative way?
Live Sketchnotes are done in ‘real’ time at events such as conferences. As the speaker starts talking, a blank page becomes a collection of drawings and key messages. Sketchnotes work well for strategic planning or brainstorming sessions.
Do you think your speakers would appreciate a sketchnote of their presentation as a take away gift?
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