In this first episode of a new sketchnoting series called On a Roll with Doug Neill, I take you through the latest things I’ve been thinking about and working on, as captured in rough sketchnotes on a large roll of paper.
I let you know about a sketchnoting course and book that I’m enjoying right now, share some of my latest podcast sketchnotes, how I think about what goes on inside of Verbal to Visual, and the origin of this series.
Hope you enjoy it!
- The Sketchnoting 101 course from Scriberia
- The book Visual Metaphors by Daria Paniagua
- The podcast Pod Save America
- Sketchnoting and the Second Brain
- The podcast What Works
- The podcast Offline with Jon Favreau
Here are the topics that I’d like to follow up on in future work:
- Make a video about the blend of courses and community within Verbal to Visual. (3:23)
- Make a video sharing the climbing-a-building analogy for skill-building. (8:18)
- Polish up a few ideas from recent Offline with Jon Favreau interviews about the role of the internet and social media. (10:22)
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