Top 10 Sketchnoting Videos of 2020

Happy new year friends!

As we roll past 2020 and into 2021, I thought I’d compile the ten most engaging videos from the past year.

I made similar lists for 2019 and 2018 in case you’d like to check those out too.

Here’s an opportunity to catch those you might have missed or revisit those you found to be impactful:

Build Your Flywheel

Identify the sequence of pushes that can’t help but build momentum.

Full blog post: Build Your Flywheel

How Sketchnoting Hits All 5 Flow Triggers

Is live sketchnoting an extreme sport? More so than you’d think.

Full blog post: How Sketchnoting Hits All 5 Flow Triggers

5 Timeline Structures for Storytellers

Timelines aren’t just for true crime documentaries. Here’s how to sketch out your own.

Full blog post: 5 Timeline Structures for Storytellers

Concepts App: Infinite Canvas Mind Mapping

Testing out the app Concepts with an ever-growing mind map.

Full blog post: Concepts App – Infinite Canvas Mind Mapping

Sketchnoting Journal: One Idea Per Day

A tour of my notebook and single-idea sketchnotes.

Full blog post: Sketchnoting Journal – One Idea Per Day

“Antiracist” Defined with a Diagram

Sketching out some helpful definitions from the first chapter of Ibram X. Kendi’s book How to Be an Antiracist.

Full blog post: “Antiracist” Defined with a Diagram

Split-Screen Note-Taking on the iPad

How I take notes using the app Concepts alongside a highlighted book.

Full blog post: Split-Screen Note-Taking on the iPad

Sketchnote Your Online Meetings

Bring your visual thinking skills to the virtual table to help your gatherings serve their purpose.

Full blog post: Sketchnote Your Online Meetings

Visual Curriculum Design for Online Learning

An example course structure – from roadmap to weekly workflow to sketchnoted lesson.

Full blog post: Visual Curriculum Design for Online Learning

A Decision Tree for Sketchnoters

A flowchart that helps me make decisions while taking visual notes.

Full blog post: A Decision Tree for Sketchnoters

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Though it has been a challenging year, I hope that you can either look back on a few bright spots or look forward to new opportunities.

If you’d like sketchnoting to play a larger role in your life in the weeks and months ahead, consider joining Verbal to Visual to tap into a full library of sketchnoting resources and an encouraging global community that will help you build your skills do good work.

Cheers,

-Doug