San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The BEING VISUAL is an 8 hour introductory workshop on basics of drawing. You will learn about composition, structures of drawing and apply it drawing people, objects, storyboard, icons and doing Visual Recording. Few theory and lots of supervised practice.
It is a workshop offered by Boana.
What you will learn?
PART 1 – VISUAL BASICS
The first module is focused on understanding the fundamentals of illustration. You will be instructed with easy frameworks that will enable you to scribble anything around you.
PART 2 - ICONS
After learning how to scribble, now it is time to translate ideas and concepts into simple visuals.
Create a vocabulary and tricks to express anything. This module is focused on creating strategies to communicate in teams and facilitate dialogue.
PART 3 - VISUAL STORIES
The final module is a deep dive on storytelling. How to create storyboards that can be used to convey more complex ideas. You will learn the principle of storyboard to pitch a project, service, product or idea and how to make it more powerful.
Don’t worry, it is not one of those visual thinking courses, it is a quick way to really start drawing well.
The event will be held in English.
Check out here how were the last workshops.
The workshop will take place at the inspiring JOSEPHS!. So, everything you need to get a boost on creativity.
Do you have ideas for new products and services? Do you want to share your feedback for the improvement and development of better product and service features? If you are interested in shaping the future of innovation, directly interacting with interesting firms and brands, then you should come and visit JOSEPHS!
At JOSEPHS, you can contribute your ideas and experiences already during the development of new products and services, so future offerings will fit your needs just right. JOSEPHS invites you to experience currently ongoing innovation journeys of established brans and brand new start-ups. In an open setting of a 400 m² shop floor, you can actively participate in the development, implementation and marketing of innovations.
JOSEPHS is a project of the Fraunhofer Center for Applied Research for Supply Chain Services (SCS) in cooperation with the Chair of Information Systems I at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg. It is funded by the Bavarian Ministry for Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology.