The Doodle Revolution

If you ever find yourself doodling during class or in a meeting, don’t feel

17 Ideas for Content Creation, by Veronica Maria Jarski

guilty. According to Sunni Brown, it’s one of the most productive things you can be doing. An avid visual literacy advocate, Sunni is best known for large-scale strategic doodles and Gamestorming, a book that outlines visual thinking techniques for business. She is also a TED speaker and conversationalist.

The Doodle Revolution website features examples of large scale doodles done organizations such as the Rockefeller Foundation and TEDGlobal 2011 in Edinburgh, as well as a toolkit, information on bootcamps and webinars, and a doodle showcase. I found the toolkit to be especially informative, as it contains lists of books, videos, articles, and slides that direct users to more information on visual thinking and visual literacy. While I have been thinking of visual literacy in terms of interpreting meaning from an object that someone else, such as Jacob Riis, has created, I neglected to realize that one’s own ‘doodles’ can be important forms of scholarship and communication.

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