The Sketchnote Mini-Workshop
Tuesday, 6 Oct 2015, 10:30AM
Sketchnoting is a visual note-taking process that allows you combine words with hand-sketched images to capture information in an organic, non-linear way. It will light up the brain.
Mike Rohde will teach you the basic elements of sketchnoting, then lead the group in a session where we all create sketchnotes together. This session is perfect for anyone who wants to learn a new way of capturing their ideas: from meetings and conferences to your own ideas and experiences.
The Workshop will introduce students to the basics of sketchnoting and visual thinking:
- What are sketchnotes?
- 5 elements of drawing
- Creating a Visual Library
- Drawing People
- Drawing Faces
- 2 Sketchnoting Exercises
Can't draw? No problem.
I'll teach you the basics of drawing and guide you through your first sketchnote. If you have a positive attitude, are willing to experiment, and share your work with a small group, you're perfect for this workshop.
Invest in yourself.
Visual thinking skills are valuable for capturing, generating, analyzing and communicating ideas. Spend a day building your skills and your confidence with The Sketchnote Workshop. Sign up today.
- Rohdesign - http://rohdesign.com
- Sketchnote Army- http://sketchnotearmy.com
- 10 Sketchnote Tips - https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohdesign/albums/72157651742277291
- The Sketchnote Podcast - http://rohdesign.com/weblog/2015/8/26/the-sketchnote-podcast-season-1.html
“I have been using these tools in my daily life for a long time, but the one thing I never improved on was my drawing. The idea map for sketchnoting was fantastic and I especially enjoyed how he simplified the process of drawing and taking notes by using just few simple shapes and signs. I LOVED this workshop!”
“I truly enjoyed the Sketchnote workshop, I have learned something that I would not necessarily think I could do until I attended the workshop. I was an enlightening experience and the Mr. Rohde was a great instructor and he makes everyone feel relaxed.”