“Ugh! This doesn’t look like
what I pictured!”
“I don’t know if I can
share this chickenscratch ~
I have zero art talent”
There’s a gap between what you see in your mind’s eye – and what you are able to draw. To learn how to communicate visually, you need just 2 things, (neither of which is art talent!)
The first is how to draw the various icons and symbols (as easy as learning to draw the letters of the alphabet) and the second is how to arrange those visual icons into spatial structures that best capture the type of content you want to communicate.
It’s my guess that a million years ago, you loved drawing – but at some point you became frustrated and let it go.
Well, now you can unleash that dormant passion and reaquaint yourself with the power of visuals. And best yet – you can use those visuals to help make things clear, fun and engaging for the people you work with every day.
Sign up now to be the first notified when the course launches, and get my FREE “All Caps + Quirky” lettering video and workbook.
Whether your goal is to get clear on your own thoughts or to work towards clarity with a client or group, it’s a huge differentiator to be able to use drawing as a thinking tool. When you can do that, you’re able to easily diagram out systems and processes, create journey maps, and make abstract ideas tangible.
All of which engages people and speeds up collaboration.
I’m a firm believer that anyone can learn to draw for visual thinking. And I’ve taught a lot of people to do it, even people who said, “I can’t draw!”
This type of drawing is not about fine art – it’s a symbolic language that you use to quickly communicate ideas. There’s a whole bunch of easy techniques and step-by-step building blocks I’m excited to share, to shift you from being anxiously cautious to joyfully confident!
Sign up below to get on my list and be the first to know when the course launches. And, when you sign up, you’ll get to download my “All Caps + Quirky” lettering video, as well as the accompanying 8-page practice booklet!
Laissez les Bons Temps Roulez!
You’re already a visual thinker – let’s springboard you to be a visual maker!