A picture says more than 1000 words: the new Sketchnote Journal
How do I learn to visualize my thoughts on paper quickly and easily? The Sketchnote Journal is an inspiration and workbook with instructions and tips from professionals, with which you can learn step by step how to create visual notes. The basics are shown in an easy-to-understand and playful way.
Get the new colleagues in the workshop excited about an idea? Make notes that are easier to understand or just sort your own thoughts? The methods that have been used to date to explain something, often only work to a limited extent because the structure is missing and everyone understands something different.
Sketch & Note = Sketchnote. With this method, practically all ideas and concepts can be visualized. Sometimes just a few lines are enough to organize a mental model, make it visible and thus understandable for others. It is not without reason that the saying goes: "A picture says more than 1000 words".
Thinking, planning, formulating in pictures
From simple icons to stick figures and typography to ready-made visual notes. For the shopping list, journaling or at work - it's very easy and anyone can do it.
Sketch notes will help...
... to develop new ideas.
... to illustrate your own thoughts.
... to work in a structured way, to learn more easily.
... and make notes and transcripts fun.
Visualize ideas quickly and easily
Sketchnotes are not about art. The aim is to remember content better through visual notes, because Sketchnotes also work wonders when learning. The Sketchnote Journal includes a beginner's workshop, tailored to everyday work, but just as suitable for private use. There are also many tips and exercises as well as inspiration from other professional Sketchnoters who also help and show how different your own Sketchnote style can be. The German painter and graphic artist Paul Klee put it in a nutshell: "A line is a point that goes for a walk."
The inspiration and work book with instructions and tips from professionals
The Sketchnote Journal was developed by Anna Frank, a visual designer from Hamburg, and the Berlin innovation strategist Sabine Wein. The two authors have been working with sketchnotes every day for many years. With this journal they pass on their extensive knowledge: well-founded, to the point and enriched with many ideas and methods from the lively Sketchnote community.
• Medium (A5)
• 145 x 210 mm
• 186 numbered pages
• 120 g/m² paper