Graphic facilitation uses attention-grabbing images, colors, and words to represent ideas shared during meetings, conferences, and events. Learn how it is done in Visual Notetaking: A Beginner's Guide to Sketchnotes with Giselle Chow.
In this beginner-friendly class, you’ll learn how to actively listen and illustrate ideas in a whole new way. Giselle will teach you how to:
Listen for relevant information
Represent ideas in text and graphics
Build an icon bank
Use color and size for emphasis
Giselle is a consultant with The Grove and in this class, she’ll teach you how to make ideas leap off a page. Gisel will cover everything from preparation to execution and you’ll learn how to make a visual compendium of an event that can be shared with attendees and social audiences.
You’ll also learn about drawing connections in a way that makes information easier to retain and helps visual thinkers grasp new concepts and ideas.
If you want to add an exciting new skills to your design repertoire and learn how to make engaging, share-worthy visual notes, don’t miss Visual Notetaking: A Beginner's Guide to Sketchnotes with Giselle Chow.