mid 2019: international training opportunities with bikablo
Six months to go in 2019 and still so many great learning opportunities ahead of us: a short retrospective and a glimpse into the near future with advanced training courses all around the worldLearn more
Learning Sketchnoting with bikablo, Part 2: 5 Easy Steps to Creating Your First Sketchnote
Graphic visualization is a cultural skill that can be learned, just like learning a foreign language – and sketchnoting is the best way to get started.Learn more
„UZMO – Penser avec son stylo“: Le guide de visualisation de bikablo enfin disponible en français!
"UZMO - Penser avec son stylo" : Après le succès de la version anglaise, notre ouvrage de référence pour la narration visuelle, la facilitation visuelle, le Graphic Recording et le Sketchnoting est aussi disponible en français !Learn more
Learning Sketchnoting with bikablo, Part 1: What’s the business of a Sketchnoter?
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.Learn more
The Right Way to Combine Colors – bikablo’s Tips and Tricks
Our trainers have put together seven new color palettes to show which color combinations work best for both beginners and visualization pros.Learn more
Using Visualization in Your Career – Something Everyone Can Do!
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.Learn more
Rules for Visualization, Part 2: Ten Beliefs That You Should Toss Out the Window
Meaning, discernment, and the fascinating relationship between words and images: Which beliefs you should toss out the window in order to make it easier to use visual language. (Continuation)Learn more
bikablo is climate neutral. What the heck does that mean?
Since 2018, we are compensating the “carbon footprint” of the bikablo company. Our goal: to offset the amount of greenhouse gases that we produce each year through reductions or savings elsewhere.Learn more
Rules for Visualization, Part 1: Ten Beliefs That You Should Toss Out the WIndow
Meaning, discernment, and the fascinating relationship between words and images: Which beliefs you should toss out the window in order to make it easier to use visual language.Learn more
Happy bar charts: how data viz facilitates group processes
Do you think that diagrams, charts and tables are boring? So did we! Looking forward to Stefanie Posavecs Dataviz Drawing MasterClass on May 28, the bikablo trainer team invented a clever data visualization and decision making technique "on the job". Learn more on how we made data work for our intentions!Learn more
bikablo – A Quick Start Guide to Learning Essential Visual Vocabulary
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.Learn more
Ellen Brian: How drawing helps you through hard times
A good laugh is the best medicine: bikablo training delegate Ellen Brian had to go to hospital for chemotherapy. She visualized special moments, thoughts and worries on her tablet – and turned it into a a self-invented NETFLIX Series.Learn more