Sketchnoting is about combining simple images and keywords to synthesize information. With its help you can create personal visual notes that support you in your life and work.
Sketchnoting helps you to understand a topic deeper, to create effective visual reminders, to highlight connections and to structure ideas. Using visual notes increases your productivity.
No matter if you are a student, a teacher, if you work in a big company or you are a freelancer: sketchnoting unlocks your creative potential and helps you to get organised on all walks of life. It also facilitates teamwork and enhances collaboration.
Be careful: once you get started, you won't be able to listen to a presentation or take part in a meeting without sketchnoting and doodling. You will want to take your notebook everywhere you go.
Good atmosphere is guaranteed!
The workshop will be held by local sketch-expert, Réka Livits. Réka is a professional graphic recorder and visual facilitator, working with organisations of diverse profiles in Hungary and internationally. She does live visual recording on conferences and other events, accompanies trainings and group processes and supports individuals as a visual coach.
Absolutely not! Don’t be held back by thinking “I can only draw kindergarten-style”. You will build up your sketchnoting practice step by step and unlock your creative potential with the help of magic markers.
Nothing. You will receive professional equipment: a notebook and 4 different kinds of markers to get started on your sketchnoting journey. Of course you can bring along your favourite writing and drawing tools and try how they work while sketchning.
You can register for the workshop by filling in the form below. Upon registration, you will receive an email with the payment data.
The idea is that both international and Hungarian sketchers can participate in the workshop. We will see on the spot if translation is needed, if so, we will work in English and in Hungarian paralelly – don’t worry, it will go fluently 😉
If you have further questions, just drop Réka an email to firstname.lastname@example.org