Life is full of all kinds of people, and your sketches can be too, with these ideas and examples.
Sketching to explore problems
A team that sketches together stays together. Here are 3 ways to get your team doing simple sketches together to forge a greater sense of psychological safety, to perform better.
Do you ever wonder why some sketches have a way of jumping out at you and grabbing your attention? By trying out these ideas in your sketching, yours can do that too.
What if we could see all the invisible forces at play in the things we do, and the decisions we make, and the things customers do? With these 3 sketches, I reckon we can!
Here’s a simple sketch you can do by yourself or with a team, called the Product Box sketch, to help you clarify the value and benefits of your product, service, or even yourself.
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, by now you know that I’m keen on helping you use simple sketching in your work, to explore problems, explain concepts, and generate ideas. I cover a range of topics, including drawing icons, whiteboarding and making meetings less boring, exploring problems and plans with metaphor, and […]