Jan. 31 10:00a – 3:00p
Feb. 14 10:00a – 3:00p
Do you admire visual note-taking? Do you swoon over people who can communicate with drawings and diagrams? Do you appreciate it when somebody fearlessly picks up a pen and illustrates a complicated concept?
Wanna be that person?
You’re in luck: Whiteboard Warrior is back! In this class, you’ll learn the building blocks you need to start your practice as a sketcher and visual communicator. By the end of the class, you’ll be able to confidently plan, create, and share visual notes. Our goal is to help you make your personal note-taking style way more awesome. We’ll also touch upon using visual notes for teaching, brainstorming, and group facilitation.
We’ll build your visual vocabulary; introduce you to the tools of the trade; practice, critique, and practice some more; and leave you with resources and communities that will help you continue your journey.
Learn more, and see examples of past work, at http://whiteboardwarrior.org.
We’re holding a few spots for people who are not Stanford students. If you’re not a Stanford student, please let us know a bit about what you do, and how you heard about this class, in your application. Apply here with the Pop-Up common application.
If you applied before and did not get in, please mention that in your application.
This class is a single 4-hour session. We’re running the class twice, since we’ve gotten a lot of applications in the past. On your application, just apply for the dates that work for you, and we’ll let you know which session you’re in.
Molly Wilson, Sliced Bread Design and d.school
Kate Rutter, Tradecraft & Intelleto.com