Visual Dictionary - a unique reference work of imagery with hundreds of successful icons in the easy to draw bikablo® technique. English/Spanisch
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Visualise! Say it ‘with flowers’ – (or with a bulb, a storm cloud, a signpost).
Work with the power of images in order to release tension, structure complex ideas, express difficult concepts, make abstract issues easier to understand and put the focus on decisive matters. Everyone enjoys pictures; they work on an emotional level and unite us while often communicating content better than words do.
The ‘original bikablo®’ (icon card block) is your entrance ticket to the world of visualisation: Martin Haussmann, illustrator, experienced visual facilitator and Managing Director of the bikablo® academy has collected hundreds of successful icons and thus created a unique reference work of imagery that has been especially adapted to the needs of trainers, facilitators and consultants.
Use the trainer dictionary of imagery to hit the nail on the head, even for complex issues. The drawings are kept so simple that you can easily trace or vary them and draw them on the flipchart even if you always thought you couldn’t draw.
The bikablo® 1 is also an essential addition to your facilitator toolbox!
Edition: spiral-bound, 128 pages
Dimensions: 21 x 10,5 cm / 8 x 4 inches
Language: English/ Spanish
Making dialogue visible. Thinking with your pen.
The age of visual thinking has begun. bikablo bildwerk facilitates your processes with Visual Storytelling, Graphic Recording & Visual Facilitation. bikablo akademie offers visualization training for beginners, advanced learners and specialists.
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Amazing source of ideas for presenters
Bikablo is one of the best resources for trainers and presenters. It has loads of visualizations for common symbols, situations, objects, etc. In the other words, all you need when you want to visualize even complicated concepts and informations in a simple, easy to understand and original way.
The only thing that I would find as space for improvement would be to insert few pages with tips and instructions for drawing, with few examples... For instance, how to get good proportions, from where to start with a drawing, etc. I am aware that Bikablo has workshops for this, but it wouldn't hurt to put some basics in the book.
Very explicit and full of good ideas to train into doddleling. I like the tips about the use of colors in presentations. Even my 7 year old daughter uses the models to draw.