27 April 2009

Visual note-taking workshop

I'm very excited to announce that three of my favorite visual thinkers -- Sunni Brown, Mike Rohde and Austin Kleon -- will be delivering a workshop on visual note-taking on Tuesday, May 12.

The image above are some visual notes that Austin Kleon took during one of the conference calls as we planned the workshop. This is a chance to learn from some people who are truly masters at what they do. Your notes and whiteboard scrawls will never be the same!

More about the workshop:

Ever since Leonardo put pen to paper, visual note-taking has been a route to improve the quality of your thinking, make information more memorable, and make your ideas easier to share with others. Read more.

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8 comments:

Paul A Telling said...

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Karl said...

I would love to attend that!! But I'll be away...sigh...

Ares said...

Interesting. I have never heard of visual note-taking, and can't believe I haven't thought of it myself! I have always been no good at taking notes, and wished there was a better way. Here it is! Thanks!

Santosh said...

i myself have seen lot of visual communication notes, but not such a complex one(the image). It will be really helpful to everyone if any description for the image were added.

Santosh said...

Interesting, i have not seen of this kind of visual communication. It is too complex. I feel it is taken from a conversation. The image is too cool

Gloria Ives said...

If only I had a hold of this when I was in grade school.I did figure it out in college- As ann ADD kid, a simple tactic like that could have meant the difference between realizing you really did know the material, and thinking you failed. Cheers!

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This is totally new to me. Thanks for the tips, i'll give it a go.

paul smith said...

Thanks for sharing
its new to me