Why Doodling Matters
As Temple Grandin says, "the world needs all kinds of minds." and some of those minds "think in pictures". Doodling is a form of external thought that allows you to visualize the connections you are making while thinking. In the conscious mind, doodling can assist concentration and focus but even in the unconscious mind, while doodling and day dreaming connections are made. As Steven Johnson says, the "mind's primordial soup" can lead to "serendipitous collisions of creative insight"…
Steal Like an Artist Sketchnote from Scott Torrance @scottorrance — Sketchnote Army
Here's a wonderful sketchnote from Scott Torrance of my buddy Austin Kleon's talk about his book, Steal Like an Artist . I love how Scott was able to boil this sketchnote down to a single page using 10 blocks — that's a cool way to challenge yourself when you sketchnote — set limitations.
Organize and Study
studypetals: 3.20.16+5:20pm // 20/100 days of productivity // i wanted to show how i organized my notes, so i made a little reference page on the plane ride back home. zoom in for better quality! song of the day: “young and stupid” - travis mills ft. t.i.
Visual Recording on the iPad
A brief overview of how to use the iPad for visual recording/notetaking. Includes things to consider when doing this; how this is different from traditional ...