Tips, Tricks & Methods
Visualization doesn’t always require paper and pen – using a tablet to draw is also a lot of fun! This has become especially true ever since the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil together revolutionized digital illustration.
At a recent training session in Switzerland, I saw an excellent example of how to put visualization to use during a presentation: Thinking with the pen can be integrated into everyday work life in a wide variety of ways.
Using posters to visualize complex topics or processes is an ideal way to facilitate clarity. Tips for what to pay attention to when preparing a visual presentation.
Sketchnoting or visual note-taking works a lot like writing. To begin, you will need paper and a pen – and then some of the basic visual vocabulary that we’ve developed here at bikablo.
The creative technique of sketchnoting makes it easier to retain nuggets of information – and sharing information is one of the things we at the bikablo akademie love to do best.
Our trainers have put together seven new color palettes to show which color combinations work best for both beginners and visualization pros.