Conventional note taking is fast fading. Line by line, the note taking style we were once taught in school is evaporating, and in its place an exciting alternative is emerging. Sketchnoting, or visual note taking, combines words with pictures in everyday notes to boost learning, memory and understanding.
It’s practical, it’s impactful, and it’s fun. This workshop will show you the basics, from visual techniques to hands-on exercises. Ditch the lined paper, and join the movement on better visual thinking.
No drawing skills required, just an open and willing attitude to learning, sharing your findings and diving into new concepts and sketching techniques. That's it!
This workshop is highly interactive with group activities and discussions throughout. To participate you will need to:
Justin Cheong is a multidisciplinary designer, illustrator and educator. As a human-centred designer, Justin believes the path to better experiences is best forged through behavioural understanding and creative problem solving.
Justin is currently an illustrator for Thinking Design by Adobe, a blog that features stories and interviews with designers such as Mike Monteiro and Don Norman. Justin is also a service design lead at Australian Unity, where he is researching and piloting new services aimed at improving the wellbeing of older adults.
In his remaining time, Justin provides consulting and training services for design teams, with a bent towards sketching in design and visual thinking.
We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.
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