The London Financial Times, brilliantly we might add, has published an article called “The simple power of the doodle” by Ian Sanders. This article is one of many we collaborate on in order to spread our passion of Infodoodling and share with others the powers it offers all of us to think differently. You can read it on the Financial Times website or download a PDF of the article.
You know the Doodle is starting to come into it’s own when CNN reaches out for ANOTHER interview with our resident Doodle Guru, Sunni Brown. This time they discussed the value of doodling in the workplace, in the classroom, and the future of visual literacy. If you’re unfamiliar with Sunni’s philosophies on Doodling (shame on you!), then this will be a great introduction. It’s very much in the same vein as Doodlers, Unite! (her TED talk), and gives a great description of what this Doodle[...]
Our very own “Dr. Doodle” was recently requested by the folks at Connecticut Public Radio to weigh in as an expert visual thinker for their program titled appropriately, “Just Doodle It.” Chief Infodoodler Sunni Brown was happy to toss in her two, um, markers on the very topic her forthcoming book, The Doodle Revolution: Unlock the Power to Think Differently is all about. Sunni was joined by an excellent host who clearly does his homework, John Dankosky, and by Constanza Segovia (Designer at[...]
Rachel Emma Silverman, the reporter who interviewed me and several of my visual-thinking colleagues for her article in the Wall Street Journal, totally gets the Doodle. Her description of what companies are doing to elevate visual thinking accurately reflects the crazy uptick in the market trying to understand its applications. It will be a long journey, but eventually, organizations will thread sketching and doodling into their thinking and will recognize its powerful effects. Until then, there is always The Doodle[...]