How To Make Sketchnote Videos
The Power Of Visual Storytelling
As human beings we’re hardwired to respond to stories. Through stories we make sense of the world.
As visual beings we’re hardwired to respond to visual stimuli. More of your brain is dedicated to the processing of visual information than any other sense.
So if you’ve got an idea to share or a story to tell, you’d be leaving a lot of potential unused if you don’t add some visual elements into your storytelling process.
The Power Of Sketchnote Videos
When you bring static images into your process for sharing ideas, your audience with thank you.
When you add in video with sketchnoted elements, your audience will love you.
With video, you engage not only the eye but the ear as well.
And instead of being overwhelmed with the complexity of a completed visual, your viewers will get to see that visual come to life. They’ll get to see the progression from a blank page to a full set of sketched ideas.
I’ll Teach Your How, Step By Step
The tools to create sketchnote videos like the ones you’ll find below have never been more accessible and affordable.
In this course you’ll learn how to use those tools. And just as important, you’ll learn the core principles that will ensure that the videos you create have the intended impact on your audience.
An overview of the the course and the philosophy that guides it.
Planning Out Your Video
Master the pre-production steps as you craft the story you’ll share.
Learn how to use the tool VideoScribe to create your sketchnote videos.
iPhone & iMovie
Learn how to make pen and paper sketchnote videos with an iPhone and iMovie.
DSLR & Adobe Premiere Pro
Bump up the production value of your videos with a DSLR camera and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Make, Share, Repeat
Learn how to go about improving the quality and increasing the impact of your videos.
Here are some additional lessons that I think you’ll enjoy.
Come Behind The Scenes
Within this course I’ll take you behind the scenes as I show you every step of the process in creating these episodes of Sketchnote School:
My name is Doug Neill, and here’s a bit of my background:
- As an undergraduate at Willamette University in Oregon I studied Physics and Spanish, spent a year living abroad, and discovered how much I loved learning and teaching.
- In 2011 I received a Master of Arts in Teaching from Pacific University, with secondary certifications in Math, Science, and ESL.
- That same year I got pulled into the world of visual thinking and documented my skill development over at The Graphic Recorder. That work led to freelance sketchnoting gigs with Nike, Concordia University, the radio program On Being, and author Chris Guillebeau, among others.
- I launched Verbal To Visual in 2013 to help others develop their sketchnoting skills, and have built six courses to date, each of which focuses on a different application of this skill.
Ready To Make Your Video?
You’ve got a message to share. Let me help you get the word out.
One-Time Fee For Lifetime Access
Once you pick up this course you’ll have lifetime access to all current and future resources contained within it.
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
I want you to be able to experience this course from the inside to see whether or not it’s a good fit for you. With that in mind, if you’re not satisfied with what you see after your first 30 days, I’d be happy to return your money.
Want to save money by picking up a few courses at once? How To Make Sketchnote Videos is included in the following course bundles: