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The Size of Your Writing Has Meaning

✍🏼 This is going to sound obvious, but I’m still going to say it: Change the size of your writing to reflect the importance of the information. The relative importance of information is called hierarchy, and here’s the simplest way to show it: Write big ideas BIGGER. Write smaller ideas normally. Write supporting details smaller.🖍 Sometimes you […]

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One of the Best Things About Sketchnoting is it\’s Practically Zero Cost to Start Up!

When you’re starting something new, it’s common to feel like you need to go out and buy special supplies in order to do it properly. I’m here to tell you that you absolutely do not need to do this. That voice is perfectionism, and we don’t have any time for it here!That’s it. Seriously 😁 It’s

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Overlap & Intertwine Info and Drawings in Your Sketchnote

When you sketchnote, you’re using your visual language and your written language together to communicate meaning. And you can unite these two languages even more smoothly by overlapping and intertwining them. Overlapping and intertwining are completely optional. They’re just more nuanced ways of grouping elements and information without keeping everything individual/static. In other words, they

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