Tài liệu The Sketchnote Handbook - Mike Rohde

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+Sketchnote Lý Thuyết: Nếu muốn bắt đầu tìm hiểu về kỹ thuật sketchnote, đây là cuốn sách hướng dẫn tốt nhất dành cho bạn. Sketchnote lý thuyết minh họa đầy đủ về câu chuyện sketchnote – tại sao và cách nào bạn có thể sử dụng chúng để nắm bắt tư duy của mình một cách trực quan, ghi nhớ thông tin rõ ràng hơn và chia sẻ những gì bạn ghi chép cho những người khác. Cuốn sách cũng giải thích các kỹ thuật sketchnote cho việc ghi chú trực quan theo tốc độ ghi chép của bạn cũng như trong thời gian diễn ra sự kiện. Tác giả Mike Rohde cũng cho bạn thấy cách kết hợp các kỹ thuật này vào quá trình ghi chép – bất kể khả năng nghệ thuật của bạn ra sao – để giúp bạn xử lý thông tin mà bạn đang nghe tốt hơn và biến quá trình ghi chép vốn nhàm chán trở nên thú vị. +Về tác giả: Mike Rohde là một nhà thiết kế giao diện và trải nghiệm, làm việc cho Gomoll Research + Design. Ông có niềm đam mê với các giải pháp thiết kế đơn giản và hữu dụng, điều đó đã truyền cảm hứng cho ông phát triển các bản sketchnote – một nghệ thuật giúp “phiên dịch” những ý tưởng đơn giản và phức tạp thành những thông tin dễ nhớ. Ông từng tạo ra các bản sketchnote trực tiếp cho các sự kiện lớn như SXSW, World Domination Summit…
THE SIKETCHNOTE HANDt 00K VIDEO EDITION: The illustrated guide to visual note taking Mike Rohde Peachpit Press Peachpit Press is a division o f Pearson Education. Copyright © 2013 by Michael D. Rohde Acquisitions Editor: Nikki Echier McDonald Development Editor: Anne Marie Walker Proofreader: Liz Welch Production Editor: katerino, Malone Indexer: James Minkin Cover Design and Illustrations: Mike Rohde Interior Design and Illustrations: Mike Rohde Video Producer: Brian A r t k a Media Producer: Eric G e o ff roy NOTICE OF RIGHTS , . TA HAT TE 'A SM ! M - - - - , Y Alt rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission o f the publisher. For information on getting permission f o r reprints and excerpts, contact permissions@peachpit.com. NOTICE OF LIABILITY The information in this book is distributed on an "As Is" basis without warranty. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation o f the book, neither the author nor Peachpit shall have any liability to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the instructions contained in this book or by the computer software and hardware products described in it. TRADEMARKS Many o f the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and Peachpit was aware of a trademark claim, the designations appear as requested by the owner of the trademark. All other product names and services identified throughout this book are used in editorial fashion only and f o r the benefit of such companies with no intention o f infringement of the trademark. No such use, o r the use o f any trade name, is intended to convey endorsement or other affiliation with this book. ISBNI3:17g-0-321-gg511-1 ISBNIO: 0-321-55511-2 9 g 7 6 5 LI 321 Printed and bound in the United States o f America To Gail, Nathan, Linnea, and Landon, thotnk you for your support on this long and challenging journey. You are the reason I work so hard to create things and share tvly ideas. i love you. 17 Dr TAKING ON A PROJECT OF THIS MAGNITUDE is a great reminder of just how r'' valuable my family, friends, colleagues, and community are. Without them, I'm certain The Sketchnote - Handbook would not have happened. N SAIL, you are the first and most important person on the list. Even though you were expecting a baby, you encouraged and supported me on many late nights and weekends. Thanks for sharing the vision with me. I love you! NATHAN, LINNEA, AND LANDON, thanks for supporting me during the creation of the book and video. As your dad, I hope my work makes you proud. VON GLITSCHKA, you get credit for sparking this book over Thai food in Portland. Thanks for believing in me and pitching my book idea just minutes a f t e r dinner. NIKKI MCDONALD, you've been behind me on this book from the beginning to the end. Thanks for considering my book idea, selling it to your team, and keeping me on track and encouraged through the long, hard creation process. Most important, thanks for helping me create something truly unique and different. ANNE MARIE WALKER, you've been a fabulous editor, challenging me to make the book better. Thanks for keeping me on my toes and making my prose look so good. AMY VAN VECHTEN, thanks for providing excellent direction and feedback on the video project. Thanks for trusting me and Seal Team Sketchnote as we worked. PEACHPIT, your team has been ajoy to work with. Everyone was professional cknd so easy to work with. Thank you Nancy, Glenn, Katerina, Mimi, Lupe, Charlene, Eric, Liz, and James for making my f i r s t book experience a great one. DAVID FUGATE, thanks for your expert guidance through the book contract process. I couldn't have asked for a better agent. vi BRIAN ARTKA, you're a great friend and an amazing videographer. Thanks f o r capturing my vision and helping me "Be Mike" for the camera. DELVE WITHRINGTON, thanks for creating fonts of my hand lettering. Your typefaces have saved me many long hours of drawing every letter by hand. GABE WOLLENBUR6, you have a great knack for timing. Thanks f o r making the video script happen when I hact no idea how to even begin the process. FEATURED SKETCHNOTERS: Binaebi Akah, Creighton Berman, Boon Chew, Veronica Erb, Jessica Esch, Alexis Finch, Michelle George, Eva-Lotta Lamm, Gerren Lamson, Matthew Magain, Timothy Reynolds, Francis Rowland, Chris Shipton, Paul Soupiset, and kyle Steed, thanks for your contributions. STEPHEN MORK, thanks for creating an uplifting and cool soundtrack. Your music adds an important richness and positive vibe to the video. MARK FAIRBANKS AND CYNTHIA THOMAS, thanks for sharing your Translator space f o r the video shoot and f o r your encouragement throughout the project. JON MUELLER, thanks for speaking on the video and allowing my sketchnotes of your talk to become such a key p a r t of the book and video. I've been honored to call you a friend and appreciate your guidance in the creation of my f i r s t book. FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES , thanks for your reviews and feedback about the book and video in production. This is (A better book because of your help. TOTHE SKETCHNOTING COMMUNITY, thanks for your support through the years. I'm excited to see where our community will go and how it will grow once this book reaches new readers and viewers. vil ABOUTTHIJ LITHOR MIKE ROHDE has a passion f o r simple and usable design solutions. That passion, along with his lifelong habit of recording concepts and observations through sketching and doodling, inspired him to develop sketchnotes—a practical art that translates simple and complex ideas into easily recalled bits o f information. Professionally, Mike focuses on user interface, user experience, visual design, and icon design f o r mobile and web applications at Govnoll Research + Design in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As a sketchnoter, Mike provides live, real-time sketchnotes of events, meetings, and experiences in venues across the United States. In his illustration practice, Mike uses his unique drawing style to amplify and clarify ideas. His work has been featured in REWORK, the best-selling book by Jason Fried and David Heinenleier Hansson; The $100 Startup, a best-selling book by Chris Guillebeau; 11 CI The Little Book o f Talent b9 Daniel Coyle. Community and sharing are important cornerstones of Mike's philosophy, as evidenced by the creation of The Sketchnote Army, w e b s i t e dedicated to finding and showcasing sketchnotes and sketchnoters from around the world. Mike has also shared his thinking, design process, and samples of his design and illustration work at his personal website, rohdesign.com, since 2003. Mike lives with his wife, Gail, and children, Nathckn, Linnea, and Landon, just outside of Milwaukee. He's an avid Green Bay Packers fan. Learn more about Mike at rohdesign.com. ix CONTENTS WHAT E SKETCHNOTES? • Sketchnotes Were Born of Frustration% • How Are Sketchnotes Created? • Can I Create Sketchnotes? • %decks, Not Art% • One Step at a Time • • WillY SKETCHNOTE?26 • Sketchnoting Eng M i •• Sketc a g e s Your Whole Sketchnoting Creektes ot Visual Map n d hnoting Helps Your Concentrtio a n • Sketchnoting Taps Your Visual Language Sketchnoting •• Creating I sis Relaxing Is Dynamic and Fun! LISTEN UPI 'of • The Ke9s to Listening • M9 Listening Approctch • practice Your Listening Ski IS ErcHA P OE torlive • c Resectech S S • Gather Materialis • Arrive 41,9 • Cr'eate G . • SketchnoteTit/ • Photograph • Scan, Tune er Post • Anatomy °fa Sketchnote to Pinish • A Sketchnote from Start 56 SKETCH4OT mo. APPROACHES, 1HIE RCHY, AND PERSONALIZATION122 NG te PES OF • ge atti me s k 0 e t c h n o t i n 9 t I n k A proach E I C I H N O T E S 8 • Two-stage Sketchnoting • Two-stage Penc • Style Plus Thinking • Two-stage Rough to Refined Approach • Structure, Then Style! • Creatiny a Hierarchy • The Art & Structure Scale • PerSOnaliZO,tiOrt • Sketchnotiny Patterns • Commentary • Linear • Humor • Radial • Whims • Vertical • Path • Modular • Skyscraper • Popcorn • Patterns Are Startin g Pointsy KILLStelt TEClitgliQUES SOT COWING • Sias &Techniques of u A •i c StetentS D r a n t • 5 Basic elements EXerCiSe •ht r a t t i n g PeOpte e• Drawing People exercise 5• Praying faces e• tordOing f aces exercise s • Drominglype n • Drawing 'Type exercise l • Penmanship e • Drawing Visuat elements t .130,11aavistwayubrar9 EXerelSe • Visual Ubrox s • Drawing Metaphor loots for SI(etchnoting • • S g INT OEY ' T O N \ IT WAS THE WINTER Of 2006 AND I COULDN'T TAKE I I I- was done. Fed up. I vowed not to take another note with a mechanical pencil or ANYMORE. with a giant notebook until I'd found a better way to take notes. Thinking back, I'm not sure how note taking had become such a burden. In high school and college, I enjoyed expressing ideas visuallti—easily blending words with drawings, diagrams, cknd typography in my notebooks. Somewhere in the process of growing up and getting ajob, I lost my way. The relaxed, visual note-taking approach from my college days had morphed into a fanatically detailed, text-only death march. Ironically, I became a great note taker who couldn't stand taking notes. The solution to my note-taking problem was a blank pocket Moleskine, stacked neatly on my bookshelf. I'd bought it on Ck whim (A few months before and I realized t h a t its small size, paired with an unerasabte pen, could be a perfect way to challenge my overly detailed, note-taking mind-set. In January 2007, I brought my Moleskine and a gel pen to Chicago f o r a conference to try sketchnoting. Could I take fewer but better notes? If I focused on quality, could I live with seeing my mistakes in pen? Would adding drawings to my notes bring back my joy of note taking? Could taking notes become fun again? The answer to these questions wcks a resounding yes! As I captured my f i r s t sketchnotes, I was able to stow down and listen f o r big ideas. I loved the no-turning-back attitude of using a pen. Best of all, I had ck great time taking notes again. Ever since that mind-altering experience, I've been working hard through my Wog, The Sketchnote Army, and at live presentations and workshops to share my passion for sketchnoting. I take great pleasure in talking (About why sketchnoting enables you to take better notes, explaining how to create sketchnotes, and persuading people to give sketchnoting a try. This passion f o r sketchnoting is xii what drove me to spend hundreds of hours writing, illustrating, and designing this book. I want you to enjoy taking notes as much as I do, and I hope that by the end of this book you will. WHO IS THIS BOOK FOR? Whether you believe you can or can't draw, I'm here to tell you that anyone who can make marks on paper can benefit from this book. Sketchnotes Ckre about hearing and capturing meaningful ideas, not how well you draw_ Take it from me, you can create sketchnotes• In this book, I will show you how to draw simple objects, create custom lettering, and use other hand-drawn elements to help you express your thoughts visually. Even if you can't draw a straight line, you can learn to sketchnote with a little practice. cfrifoos3ANG? Use Pyiptc,p(es• c 4c+Iiav1 1 ç ; re‘pIe pctAet.us l e e t T W O -SlyDAJG'• 1,144a4 imi5sC11-kue • k raiNc191 E ' W 1 e e g p e e , , p k e . 0 Pi/5R T R i . 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