Here’s a collection of templates, printables and other assets, straight from the Presto Sketching book, for your convenience.
Have you got your copy of Presto Sketching yet? If not, why not order yours right now? These downloads will make much more sense, and be much more useful to you and your team, if you have all the how-to instructions that go along with them.
That said, feel free to download each of these and try them out with your team. Oh, and let me know if you found any of these useful. On to the goodies, then!
Presto Sketching font
Feel free to use my Presto Sketching freehand writing font (that I used in the book) in your own work. Download the font here.
It’s not a professionally-made font file (with all the correct kerning and technical bits included), but it works a treat alongside your sketches, for presentations, and so on. Or better yet, you can make your own font over at Calligraphr.
Presto Sketching icons font
I’ve packaged a lot of the pictures of objects in Chapter 6 into this Presto Sketching Icons font. Download the font here.
Now, I know this is TOTALLY CHEATING, and you should be sketching these yourself, right? But hey, it’s fun to re-use your own sketches. And you can do this too, over at Calligraphr.
Download a PDF of the Empathy Map from Presto Sketching, and check out Chapter 10 of Presto Sketching for a full set of instructions on how to use the Empathy map, either individually or as a team.
Are you having trouble prioritizing which Big Idea to implement in your team? Do you have lots of vague ideas (QR codes! Referrals!) that lack the right level of detail to help stakeholders understand them? Well then, allow me to recommend to you the Concept Canvas. Fill in each box to help flesh out the detail you need to turn an idea into something you can actually base decisions on.
Download a PDF of the Concept Canvas from Presto Sketching, and give it a go in your team this week.