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19 October 2014

SKETCHNOTE: Pebble Blog Post

by Steven B. Combs, Ph.D.

Description: Before creating my blog post on the Pebble watch recently purchased, I decided to perform a quick sketchnotes brainstorming session. I broke out a small pocket notebook I found on clearance at Barnes & Noble and my trusty Pilot pen. I use this notebook to capture ideas while I read and this was the first time I used a single page to capture several thoughts I wanted to make in my blog post. This sketchnote became a kind of pictorial mind map. While there is no structure to my doodles, I did use the sketchnote to ensure I captured all the key points.

Reference URL: bit.ly/my-pebble Type: Brainstorming Journal: Ecosystem Pocket (3.5” x 5.5”) {Clearance rack at Barnes & Noble} Pen: Pilot Precise V5 RT

Sketchnote: Sketchnotes - Pebble Blog Post Brainstorming