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How to Overcome the Forgetting curve

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, May 30th, 2019 in How we Learn. No Comments

Script of our last video: How to Overcome the Forgetting curve to avoid the Fear of Losing what you learn Did you know we forget half of what we learn in the first 24 hours? You are a constant learner, you learn a lot on different topics. Don’t you fear you miss it the moment […]

Upcycle your Questions!

By Bruno Winck on Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 in How we Learn, Methodology. 4 Comments

As adults, we start learning with questions. We can upcycle those questions to increase our retention. “Upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value. ” Src: Wikipedia Did you ever forget soon […]

Visual Library Design Process – Step 2

By Bruno Winck on Monday, February 4th, 2019 in Journal, Programming. No Comments

I went a step further on the design of the Visual Library App. This post was describing the preceding step. I did a detour to try new tools. Trying MarvelApp Makayla told me about marvel app. I gave it a try. Trying Adobe XD I discovered Adobe XD during a training with Sarah Drasner at […]

Visual Library Design Process – Step 1

By Bruno Winck on Sunday, February 3rd, 2019 in Uncategorized. No Comments

This is an app I’m working on. It’s a visual library app. It will help to build a habit of drawing every day quick sketches. Day by day you grow your visual vocabulary. I’m using UX sketching for the design. Mind that it’s app for my own company and I’m not a designer per say. […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 13 – Makayla Lewis

By Bruno Winck on Friday, December 21st, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

I met Makayla on Twitter in the form of the #SNHangout hashtag. I could see this hashtag popping up regularly. I knew nothing of her. Her full name is Dr. Makayla Lewis. She has a PhD in Human Computer Interaction (HCI, near UX and HIM) from City University London. View this post on Instagram Another […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 12 – Andrea Brücken

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, December 20th, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. 1 Comment

“Steampunk” was totally unknown to me until I followed Andrea on Twitter. Steam was powering all the machines of the early industrial revolution. Like Wifi is essential to our always-connected life. From what I got, Steampunk consists of reproducing atmospheres where the bruteness of steam time machinery juxtaposes extravagant costumes of the new middle class […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 11 – Diana Soriat

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

Diana is the third of the Fab Four in this advent calendar of Sketchnoters. The Fab Four is the group of German Women Sketchnoters who mastermind he International Sketchnote Camp in Hamburg in 2017. I met Diane Siorat twice. At the International Sketchnote were she was an organizer. In Lisbon for ISC18LX. I attended her session on bullet […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 10 – Katharina TheisBröhl

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

Katharina is the second of the Fab Four in this advent calendar of Sketchnoters. The Fab Four is the group of German Women Sketchnoters who set fire to the International Sketchnote Camp in Hamburg in 2017. The rocket is now heading to Paris in 2019 after Lisbon in 2018. In her professional life, Katharina is playing with neutrons and […]

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