A Short Comic About Sketchnoting

I try to attend at least a couple of web/design/UX conferences each year. Not only do I always learn something, they’re a great opportunity to refine one’s sketching skills while sitting in the audience!

Recently I was asked to contribute an article about sketchnoting — visual note-taking — to a magazine called Primarily English, put out by the Victorian Association for Teaching of English (VATE). Rather than write about sketching, I created a four-page comic strip:

Although it was only short, I really enjoyed the process of creating a comic strip, and the flexibility that the format gave me to communicate. I hope you enjoy the final product!

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One Comment

  1. Posted September 14, 2013 at 11:56 am | Permalink

    Absolutely loved your comic strip describing sketchnotes. It’s an inspiration for us just starting and with NO artistic background.

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