creativity and logic: The art of visual communication
December 12 @ 18:00 - 21:00
🤷Have you ever participated in a chaotic and confusing meeting?
🗣Do you find it difficult at times to get your points across?
📝 Are you annoyed with useless notes?
Then this workshop is for you!
🔑VISUAL COMMUNICATION is key. Our brains are hardwired to process visual information quickly – almost 50% of our brains are involved in the processing of visual data. Research has shown that visual communication is more effective in gaining and retaining the attention of your audience than any other form of communication. If you are curious about how working more visually can help you build your business or your career, this workshop is for you. ✅🎆
Åse Lindersen will introduce you to the Art of Visual Communication in this 3 hour workshop. Åse is an engineer and project manager at Making Waves.She is very interested in how to create teams with high level of trust and good cooperation skills in order to develop the best products. She loves the impact drawing has had on her workday, and has started her own company AaseTegner to teach others how to work in a more visual way.
You will have the following takeaways from the workshop:
🔸 What is visual communication and visual thinking and why you should use it
🔹 How working more visually provides clarity
🔸 How simple drawings can help in communication/getting your message through
🔸 The five basic elements of drawing
🔹 Draw your first simple icons
🔸 How to use drawing as a tool in your startup or workday
Some important things to note:
✍ This is NOT a fireside chat, but a workshop that will require your active participation
✍ You don’t need any knowledge about drawing from before (you might not have done it for a while, but there is no doubt: you can draw.)
✍ You will spend most of the workshop actually drawing and you’ll find out how simple drawings and visual icons can help you on your everyday work life.
✍ This is a costly workshop, but we offer it as gift 🎁 to our community (the small fee will cover food+drawing materials) #GiveFirst