Getting Started with Sketchnoting

Ready to get started developing your visual note-taking skills, but not sure how?

The Verbal To Visual Notebook

My goal here is help you overcome any barriers you might be feeling about incorporating more visuals into your note-taking process.

With that goal in mind, I’ve developed a set of practice activities and compiled them into a resource called The Verbal To Visual Notebook. The activities within that notebook fall into these eight categories:

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Example Activities

Here are a few examples of what those activities look like. I’m a big fan of experiential learning, so in these activities I encourage to jump right in and put pen to paper:

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Free Download

If you like what you see here (and want to see more) I’ve got a free download that I’d like to share with you. Just enter your email below and I’ll send you the full introduction to The Verbal To Visual Notebook as well as the first 18 practice activities!

That will also sign you up for my weekly email digest of visual thinking goodness – The Verbal To Visual Newsletter – which you can unsubscribe to at any time.

Ready to just pick up the full notebook?

Or would you rather check out our video-based courses?

Happy sketchnoting!

-Doug