UZMO – Thinking With Your Pen (English)

UZMO – Thinking With Your Pen (English)

A bikablo® visualization training book. Presenting, documenting, and exploring visually.
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UZMO – Thinking With Your Pen (English)

The German version „UZMO – Denken mit dem Stift “ and the French version “UZMO – Penser avec son stylobe” can be found under the respective item numbers: German (8500.0417) & French (8507.0417).

UZMO offer newcomers and old hands more than 300 pages illustrated in full color:

  • trends, fields of activity, models and strategies for visualisation and visual facilitation
  • The 10 principles of the bikablo® visualisation technique and its visual vocabulary: script, basic shapes, graphic elements, pictograms, figures and color
  • Within the visualisation compass for orientation in the wealth of possibilities for visual expression there are: charts and diagrams, complex infograms, reduced key frames and many-faceted visual landscapes
  • Creative techniques and layout templates to convert abstract content to diagrams
  • Visual presentations on instructional, meeting and corporate communication
  • Visual documentation with sketch notes and graphic recording
  • Visual investigation with dialogue mapping and task cards
  • Pass the pen around the group to facilitate participation
  • Practical tips for using flip charts and pin boards, explanations of terms, books, links and apps 

Author: Martin Haussmann, class of 1969, Dipl. Designer fh, is the Managing Director of bikablo® akademie and inventor of the bikablo® visualisation technique. As a trainer, technical author and conference speaker he travels widely in Europe as an ambassador for visual thinking.

Edition: pocket book, 304 pages
Dimensions: 24 x 16.8 x 2.4 cm / 9.45 x 6.61 x 0.94 inches
Author: Martin Haussmann
Publisher: Neuland GmbH & Co. KG
Language: English
ISBN: 978-3-940315-29-8