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Slides from my workshop 'Getting Started With Sketchnoting' at UX Scotland (#uxscot) in June 2013.

Slides from my workshop 'Getting Started With Sketchnoting' at UX Scotland (#uxscot) in June 2013.

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Getting Started With Sketchnoting

  1. 1. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith GETTING STARTED WITH SKETCHNOTING Michele Ide-Smith User Experience Designer, Red Gate @micheleidesmith
  2. 2. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith About me • User Experience Designer based in Cambridge • Sketchnoting since November 2011 • Co-organiser of Cambridge Usability Group talks 2
  3. 3. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Workshop plan • What is sketchnoting? (5 m) • Why do sketchnotes? (5 m) • How to create a sketchnote (30 m) • Break (10 m) • Let’s sketch! (8 m) • Sketch review (15 m) • Top tips (5 m) • Resources (5 m)
  4. 4. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith WHAT IS SKETCHNOTING?
  5. 5. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith What is sketchnoting? Visual note taking Illustration by Mike Rohde from The Sketchnote Handbook (Peachpit)
  6. 6. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Lots of different styles… Carolyn Sewell flickr.com/photos/pedestriantype Mike Rohde flickr.com/photos/rohdesign
  7. 7. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Lots of different styles… agent.fin flickr.com/photos/agentfin Eva-Lotta Lam flickr.com/photos/evalottchen
  8. 8. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Lots of different styles… Francis Rowland flickr.com/photos/francisrowland Gerren Lamson flickr.com/photos/25552033@N06
  9. 9. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Discover your own style! Michele Ide-Smith flickr.com/photos/micheleidesmith
  10. 10. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith It’s not just for talks… 10 Christian Frey http://christianfrey.ca Matthew Magain uxmastery.com
  11. 11. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith WHY DO SKETCHNOTING?
  12. 12. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Learning & Memory Paivio’s ‘Dual Coding Theory’
  13. 13. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Skills & Confidence Explore design problems Communicate and collaborate with your team
  14. 14. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Enjoyment! 14
  15. 15. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith GETTING STARTED
  16. 16. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Tools of the trade
  17. 17. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith At the event • Get a good seat with a clear view • Have your pens handy (it’s distracting for others if you scrabble around in your bag!)
  18. 18. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Listening and live sketching • Listen for key points you’ll want to re-visit* • Great quotes? What would you tweet? • What metaphors and images pop into your head? Don’t be afraid to try sketching them. • Don’t stress if you don’t catch everything! The speaker will probably upload their slides. *a good speaker lays out the structure of their talk at the start
  19. 19. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Slides are visual • Speaker slides provide rich visual imagery
  20. 20. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Structure Path Molecule Grid Vertical Clouds
  21. 21. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Visual Design Principles • Contrast • Repetition • Alignment • Proximity 21
  22. 22. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith22
  23. 23. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Visual Design Principles • Contrast • Repetition • Alignment • Proximity 23    
  24. 24. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Make the Talk title pop out • Do the title up front, or leave space to complete it after the talk 24 Francis Rowland flickr.com/photos/francisrowland
  25. 25. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Drawing People Lo-fidelity Hi(gher)-fidelity
  26. 26. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Shape, size, expression 26 Different body sizes Expressive
  27. 27. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Activities and Motion 27
  28. 28. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Detail and character 28
  29. 29. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Speaker portraits 29 Francis Rowland flickr.com/photos/francisrowland
  30. 30. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Speaker portraits • Find an image of the speaker in Google images, Twitter or on the event website 30 You’re kidding right?
  31. 31. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Activity! • Draw a stick person using these basic shapes in 1 minute: 31
  32. 32. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Facial expressions 32 Happy Miserable Delighted Angry Surprised Worried
  33. 33. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Activity! • Create these expressions in 2 minutes: 33 AngrySurprisedHappy
  34. 34. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Objects
  35. 35. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Activity! • Draw 3 objects in 5 minutes 35 3. Whiteboard2. Toaster1. Smart Phone
  36. 36. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Containers
  37. 37. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Activity! • Draw a ribbon banner 37
  38. 38. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Dividers & Connectors Horizontal Curves Shading adds emphasis Connectors
  39. 39. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Typography
  40. 40. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Use size And weight to denote hierarchy 40 Mike Rohde flickr.com/photos/rohdesign Gerren Lamson flickr.com/photos/25552033@N06
  41. 41. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Practise drawing type faces 41
  42. 42. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Activity! • Draw the UX Scotland logo in 5 minutes: 42
  43. 43. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Shading and Colour 43
  44. 44. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Mistakes happen… 44 • Use shading or turn the mistake into something else, e.g. a badly drawn neck became a scarf!
  45. 45. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Mistakes happen… 45 • If it’s not easy to recover, scan your notes and fix the problem in Photoshop e.g. if you get the speaker’s points in the wrong order.
  46. 46. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Coffee Time! 46
  47. 47. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith WELCOME BACK! NOW LET’S SKETCH!
  48. 48. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Activity! • It’s your turn to create a sketchnote! • Let’s watch a short TED talk (6 m 51 s) • Listen for key quotes & important ideas Tom Wujec – Build a Tower, Build a Team www.ted.com/talks/tom_wujec_build_a_tower.html
  49. 49. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Add some Finishing Touches! Add colour & shading (I love Promarkers!)
  50. 50. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Sketch Review • Post your sketches up on the wall • Present your sketch to the group – What do you like? – What don’t you like? – What did you learn? 50
  51. 51. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Share Your Sketchnotes! Take a picture, or scan your notes Then share with people at the event, or those tracking remotely!
  52. 52. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Sketchnote Communities • sketchnotearmy.com • flickr.com/groups/sketchnotes/ • flickr.com/groups/thesketchnotehandbook 52
  53. 53. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Top 10 Tips 1. Practise often! TED & UX talks, Vimeo, YouTube and Meet Ups 2. Always take a sketchbook & pens to events 3. Add title & speaker name before the talk, or leave space to complete them later 4. Think like a designer – CRAP! (Contrast, Repetition, Alignment and Proximity) 5. Don’t panic if you miss something! Transcribe 2-3 words, leave space & refer to slides later
  54. 54. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Top 10 Tips 6. Watch the time & space you have left 7. Use shading to turn mistakes into something else (or scan & edit in Photoshop!) 8. Add event name & Twitter handle 9. Don’t use reverse of pages & add a blank sheet between pages (prevent bleed through) 10.Relax, be creative & above all, enjoy yourself!
  55. 55. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Useful Stuff! rohdesign.com/book uxmastery.com/sketchnoting-101-how-to-create- awesome-visual-notes slideshare.net/jalderman/practical-sketchnoting sunnibrown.com/doodlerevolution
  56. 56. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Sketchnote HandBook Giveaway! • 3 copies of the Sketchnote Handbook by Mike Rohde to giveaway (thanks Peachpit!) • Tweet a picture of your sketchnotes with the hashtags #uxscot and #sketchnote • Together with Software Acumen we’ll select our favourite 3 sketchnotes by the end of UX Scotland
  57. 57. Michele Ide-Smith @micheleidesmith Get in touch! @micheleidesmith www.ide-smith.co.uk michele [dot] ide- smith@red-gate [dot] com e

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