The Böker technique
I like to combine photos with sketchnotes on the iPad. I started doing this back in 2012, when I playfully tried out the then brand-new possibilities of digital drawing on my very first iPad. Why not use a photo as a basis for digital sketchnotes?
My fellow bikablo visualizers at our bikabo meetings also loved the idea when they saw me taking my notes while capturing the atmosphere and setting. For a while, everyone called this the “Böker Technique” and I must say, I felt very honored! 🙂 We also share this technique, which we later christened “Atmogram”, in our iPad trainings.
A chapter that has it all
Who would have thought that I would contribute a chapter to a bikablo book? And yet it happened. For the new visual dictionary “bikablo posters” I could contribute the chapter “Visual Worlds”. Many learnings from the Graphic Recording and Visual Storytelling trainings have been incorporated and I think the chapter turned out really well. (Ps: My absolute favorite chapter is still the one with Martin’s method templates 🙂
Trainings von Stefan Böker
Pictures from Stefan Böker
Block posts recommended by Stefan Böker
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We are delighted that our new visual dictionary bikablo posters book is resonating with our visual community since its release in December! Visual Storytellers, Graphic