Visual dictionary – Small characters with big feelings completely revised in a new design
Visual storytelling for better understanding: Figures in emotional situations are ideal tools for uncovering group dynamics, bringing the unspoken to the table, expressing needs and reaching a common understanding.
bikablo® founder Martin Haussmann, has developed two new, systematic figure types for this visual dictionary – one very simple and one more complex. They are designed to carry out activities, to stand up to complex interpersonal situations, and to represent a wide variety of emotional situations. With the emotions figures you can represent actions, emotions and situations so simply and accurately that they will quickly become your constant companions – in coaching, training, mediation, projects and team development. All templates are designed in the systematic and easy-to-learn drawing technique that bikablo® is legendary for.
The new edition of this visual dictionary also presents itself in a handy A5 format with an unusual half-linen look.
What's in it:
- Step-by-step instructions on how to systematically draw and vary the figures
- Visualisation and colouring techniques for flipchart and pinboard
- Emoticons, emotional symbols and speech bubbles
- Positive and negative emotional worlds, represented by the simple and more elaborate emotion figures (e.g. relaxed, grateful, overloaded, disoriented)
- Human needs according to Marshall Rosenberg (e.g. autonomy, physical well-being, connection)
- Emotional challenges paired with their resolution (e.g., "falling out" and "reconciling")
Edition: half-linen, 128 pages
Dimensions: A5 landscape format (21 x 14.8 cm / 8.3 x 5.8 inches)