Talia Lancaster

I have always been a “compulsive note-taker”. In meetings, training and conferences I have always used this as a way to concentrate and understand certain topics. Over the years this doodling has evolved into more of a visual note-taking technique, or sketchnoting. I love that this form of note-taking activates the four modes of learning: audio, read-write, visual and kinaesthetic / movement. Thus people reading them will hopefully remember the presentations more vividly, and those who missed it have access to some of the ideas. The skill of visual thinking has helped me add value as a Scrum Master, which is my profession in the Agility team at IQ Business, and whenever I get a chance I am a Sketchnoter…


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