Our new visual dictionary bikablo posters will be available soon! It features flipchart templates, methodology posters and pictorial worlds for Visual Facilitators, Graphic Recorders and Visual Storytellers.
Watch this video with a short guided tour through the new book. In addition, we reveal for the first time a few sample pages (see below). If you want to know the release date first, sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn (see footer).
Like our other visual dictionaries, bikablo posters is in German and English.144 full color pages feature hundreds of templates and additional illustrations. The format is A5. The book was developed and designed by the core team members Martin Haussmann, Julie Junginger and Stefan Böker and carries the whole experience of the bikablo trainer and alumni community who shared their designs and concepts. neuland.com is the exclusive distributor.
“bikablo posters is a three-in-one treasure: Plenty of specific tips to boost your control and confidence. Loads of diagrams and visual metaphors ready to adapt to your next meeting. And a systematic and strategic approach to carry throughout your visual facilitation career. Three cheers to team bikablo for this invaluable resource!”
Brandy Agerbeck, Graphic Facilitator, trainer and author of The Graphic Facilitator’s Guide and The Idea Shapers
“If you have any resistance to being visual with your virtual or in-room charting this book will get you over it. The simple, clear, and evocative graphics that Bikablo is known for are applied to job of creating title slides, wall posters, large visual maps and all the icons and delightful word graphics that accompany them. Sample applications are especially helpful. Bravo! This book is a keeper.”
David Sibbet, founder/CEO of The Grove Consultants International and author of Visual Teams, Visual Meetings and many others
„In this wonderful book, Bikablo has single-handedly resurrected the historic hero of visual explanation: the POSTER. When I began my career in visual communications forty years ago, the poster was the pinnacle of the information designer’s art. Big, colorful, and clear, a great poster evoked the viewer’s emotion and compelled their cognitive understanding. Bikablo now delightfully brings back the sheer visual scale of the poster for a whole new generation of visual trainers, learners, and professionals. As Bikablo reminds us, when you have a big message to deliver, think BIG. Think POSTER.“
Dan Roam, International bestselling author of of The Back of the Napkin, Show & Tell and Draw to Win
Update: the book is published towards the end of the year. Thanks for your patience!