/ OpenIDEO Challenges

These are sketchnotes, doodles and sketches I did as part of by stint with OpenIDEO throught their challenges in 2019 as a Community Fellow.

A collection of scribbles, scribing, sketch-notes, mind-maps and doodles. Moonlighting as a Doodler I capture conversations, delightful moments and people in their element.

Doodle Doo!

/ Webinars: Live scribbing

These are live scribbed sketchnotes of webinars, podcasts and conference talks. I use it as a way of retaining information and a way of thinking with the talk.

/ DoodleType

For the 36 Days of Type Challenge, 2019 I experimented with sketchdoodles to create Letter forms. Each Letter form is a sketchnote of explaining a term or concept or topic.

I picked the topic from recently heard podcasts, books I read, technology terms to trending concepts. The 36 Type forms are informatic sketchnotes covering things like Augmented Reality, Cannabis, Genome, Jazz, Quidditch to 3D-printing.

/ The Year in Doodles

Summing up my yearly journey in a single doodle is a beautiful way for relfecting and being grateful.

/ Faces in Scribbles

A project I started while in commute, scribbling first and then observing people around to draw out faces in the scribbles. 

/ Research+Doodles

Doodling is a great way to jot down large chunks of information into visual forms, buidling on mindmaps, conventional persona mapping & scenario mapping.

/Recipe doodles

This is  a recent development in my doodle, where my love for food meets my obsession to bring method to madness.

/ Persona Doodles

I often tend to draw people when I am sitting through classes or conversations, some animated instances and other funny anecdotes then become birthday doodle gifts for my friends and family.

Be it a thank you note or a process or an idea or just sharing a thought across a remote call, sketching creates a tangible piece and a global language that makes communication seamless within cross-disciplinary groups. I say sketching or doodling, because it is a quick way to express oneself unlike drawing which is meticulous and well planned. I use the phrase “Doodle Do”: Do it to make the idea come to life and to make it actionable.

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