UZMO: Thinking With Your Pen (English)

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Thinking with your pen ... now that's an idea!

Graphic Gear presents UZMO, a bikablo® visualization training book about presenting, documenting, and exploring visually.

It's 100% in English (there's also a version in German, but we're not sure you can read words like Beschleunigunggeschwindigkeit).

What's inside this Book:

  • More than 300 pages illustrated in full colour for newcomers and old hands.
  • Trends, fields of activity, models and strategies for visualisation and visual facilitation.
  • The 10 principles of the bikablo® visualisation technique and its visual vocabulary: script, basic shapes, graphic elements, pictograms, figures and colour.
  • Within the visualisation compass for orientation in the wealth of possibilities for visual expression there are: charts and diagrams, complex infograms, reduced key frames and many-faceted visual landscapes.
  • Creative techniques and layout templates to convert abstract content to diagrams.
  • Visual presentations on instructional, meeting and corporate communication.
  • Visual documentation with sketch notes and graphic recording.
  • Visual investigation with dialogue mapping and task cards.
  • Pass the pen around the group to facilitate participation.
  • Practical tips for using flip charts and pin boards, explanations of terms, books, links and apps.

It was written by a very smart guy called Martin Haussmann, class of 1969, Dipl. Designer fh, is the Managing Director of bikablo® akademie and inventor of the bikablo® visualisation technique. As a trainer, technical author and conference speaker he travels widely in Europe as an ambassador for visual thinking.

Edition: pocket book, 304 pages
Dimensions: 24 x 16,8 x 2,4 cm / 9.45 x 6.61 x 0.94 inches 
Author: Martin Haussmann
Publisher: Redline Verlag
Language: English
ISBN: 978-3-86881-688-4

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  • 5
    Fantastically useful

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Aug 2018

    Comprehensive, practical and easy to apply. Valuable to those who are completely new to visual presentation, and to those who have had some experience.