I’m running another sketchnoting workshop in Sydney later this month, and would love to see you there.
The workshop is in conjunction with the excellent Web Directions South conference, but you don’t need to attend the conference to attend the workshop. This is a unique opportunity to get hands-on training from myself, in a small-group format that allows for maximum interaction and conversation. Read on for details on how to claim your exclusive discount to this workshop and the main conference.
Who is this workshop for?
- Do you wish you were better at capturing your thoughts visually?
- Frustrated by not remembering information from meetings and conferences?
- Wouldn’t it be great if there was a better way to communicate ideas with colleagues and clients?
In this full-day, hands-on workshop, we’ll cover:
- what sketchnoting is, why it matters, and how it can help you become a better note-taker, designer, team member, and all-round communicator.
- the anatomy of a sketchnote
- shortcut tips for telling a story with your sketch
- how to apply a range of different techniques
and much, much more. Read the workshop program and register here.
You’ll also get the opportunity to practice a live sketching session—all in a supportive environment and with expert guidance. I’ll help you overcome the fear of showing your sketches to others, and tap into your inner child to unleash creativity that has been dormant for years.
As a bonus, exclusive to UX Mastery readers, use the code UXMASTERY when you register and you’ll receive $100 off this workshop.
And if you decide you’d also like to attend the main conference, you’ll receive another $100 off the price off your conference registration using that same code (a huge thank-you to John and Maxine from Web Directions for making this discount possible!)
This really is a unique opportunity to learn a skill that you can apply in all aspects of life, but don’t just take my word for it …
What others are saying…
I love teaching others how to do this stuff, and it’s a great feeling when someone gets excited about learning it. But I could not have anticipated the reaction that one of my students had earlier this year—she wrote a lengthy post detailing how much she loved my workshop, everything she’d learned, and how proud she was of what she’d created during the workshop. There are testimonials, and then there are champions of your work.
Rebecca is a champion. Read her incredible account of one of my workshops here.
Here are some quotes from other happy attendees:
Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed your sketchnoting class the other day. I got so much out of it, and loved the simple techniques you taught us. It’s been so long since I have done anything so remotely creative, and it was just such a refreshing change.
Loved the typography – it’s not something you normally think about but there’s a definite a benefit for our intranet in icons, headings and page layout.
Matt was great, engaging, excitable, personable.
Great class, great format, and have already started recommending it to others.