Some more insights to the visualization topic ...
In the mindset of "Learning by doing" and "Practice, practice, practice" my 1st public picture on the left. Still simple and easy, but I hope it brings the idea/story across, what exactly is the motivation for the visualization.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.” – Albert Einstein
Therefore, when we arrive in a place and talk to new people about a new image, it is very hard for them to visualize it. That's where the drawings are very important, because at least we can show a projection of what we believe it will look like. Christo, Artist Born: June 13, 1935, http://christojeanneclaude.net/
I was looking around Youtube for more supporting material to get started quickly and found some interesting channels. I am pretty sure there are much more, but the following did work for me:
- BiggerPictureVideo https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjDj163NHQ-5kPgGg94Vauw
- Learning Graphic Facilitation - 7 Elements by Bigger Picture
- Learning Graphic Facilitation – 8th Element by Bigger Picture
- Mike Rohde
- Sketchnote Mini Workshop - Interaction South America 2017
- Verbal To Visual https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuFm4ARxn306lX_OWMnz0-w
- You Can't Draw? I Don't Believe You.
- Top Five Tips For New Sketchnoters
- How To Sketchnote Your Favorite Quotes
So if you think this is cool stuff and could be helpful for you
- to visualize your thinking
- to capture presentations
- to better sell your products or ideas
- to remember topics in the long run
- for meditation and relaxing purposes
- or anything else you might come up with
just give it a try - everybody can DRAW 😉.