Month: April 2016

Sketchnotes – or how to make HackWeek #3 visible

I’ll do this introduction the hackneyed way: “A picture is worth a thousand words.” (That said I’m already almost done with my article. That was easy!) – So what was my last hackweek about? I’ve learned to do sketchnotes. Which is in the first place a way to memorize talks and meetings better, by less writing and more drawing your notes.

If you’ve ever been to any conference, you know what usually happens: there are many interesting talks and you try to listen and you write your notes and one week later you can’t remember what those interesting talks were all about and you cannot read your notes anymore (too boring, bad handwriting etc.). – Do you recognize that? The