Drawn Out – a short course in visual note-taking [October]


Visual note-taking has been named a ‘must have’ skill for the 21st century. Learn to draw quickly and easily for work or study.

This course runs as 4 online sessions from 9am to 11am on:

20/10/2020             22/10/2020             27/10/2020              29/10/2020




Across this short series of 4 facilitated Zoom sessions, Learn the 21st century skill of visual note-taking from the comfort of your own home. We will break down the basic skills and components of visual notes, equipping you with a toolkit of doodle basics, and then put them back together again into some hands on practises.

Dive inside the mind and discover how pictures work. Explore the connections between story and visuals and how you can use this to create visual notes that people can connect with and you will remember better.

Your notebook is like an external hard drive for your mind, why not make it something you enjoy looking at? Start putting visual notes to work for you with this hands on, practical online series. You will walk away ready to start using this new skill at work, study or at home.

Organiser: Hayley Langsdorf At Thoughts Drawn Out

Organiser of Drawn Out: a short course in visual note-taking for work or study

Hayley has been practising the art of visual note-taking for close to a decade. She has live scribed events across the country including Myriad Festival, TEDxUQ, Automate 2018 and many others. Following the release of her book, Drawn Out: A guide to visual note-taking for work, study and life, Hayley is hell-bent on spreading the love for the craft she has been honing. 

Hayley is the Chief Doodler at Thoughts Drawn Out, a Queensland-based consultancy who are are on a mission to inspire the world with beautiful visual stories.


Event Details

Day 1: October 20, 2020

Day 2: October 22, 2020

Day 3: October 27, 2020

Day 4: October 29, 2020

Start time: 09:00 a.m. AEST

End time: 11:00 a.m. AEST

Venue: Online Zoom sessions

Phone: 0477 366 272

Email: hayley@thoughtsdrawnout.com.au

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