Artefact Cards and liminal states: creative thinking breakthrough tools

There’s a long, long list in my subconscious that I hardly dare look at: Things I Should Have Blogged. The items comprise three types: Important ideas that have taken up residence in my head. For instance, liminal states. Useful tools and ways of working. For instance Artefact Cards. Opinions taking shape. For instance, just because…… Continue reading Artefact Cards and liminal states: creative thinking breakthrough tools

Visual notes and video

John Willshire’s video review of The Sketchnote Handbook is lovely in a number of ways:  It’s a good, thorough review of how it may be a useful book.  It shares some of the insights from the book – my favourite is how sketch-noting can create a “concentration forcefield” for the note-taker… It’s a nice format…… Continue reading Visual notes and video