AS A DESIGNER, it's important I stay aware of new technology and how it impacts users, so I'm logging my Apple Watch experiences as sketchnotes in a Baron Fig Confidant. It's been a fun and enjoyable process.
I'm capturing overall experiences with drawings and written text in my logbook, and have been adding some color to bring a little more life to the sketchnotes. Visit the Flickr album to see the complete set of sketchnotes.
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The Sketchnote Workshop is happening in just 2 weeks! On Friday June 26th I'll be teaching at 37signals' offices in Chicago. Spots are still available for this skill-building workshop. On the fence? Here's a coupon:
I teach private sketchnote workshops at places like University of Michigan, Sibley Hospital and Takeda Pharmaceuticals. I'd love to teach sketchnoting to your team too. Email me and let's talk.
♥ 5 months in with the Hobonichi Techo - A long-term Hobonichi Techo journal review by Jenny Mason of The Finer Point. Long exposure to tools gives a much different perspective than quick reviews after a few days of use. I agree with Jenny on her experiences.
♥ How Did Ben Franklin and Isaac Newton Accomplish the Work of 10 People? Rigorous Note Taking - An excellent article from author Michael Rank for The Productivityist on the value of analog note-taking to capture your thinking and become more productive.
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