Book of the Week: The Napkin Sketch Workbook

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They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, and anyone who’s ever had to map out a work flow or describe a new idea knows how true that is. People tend to think visually, and no matter how skilled we are with words, sometimes the only way to get a point across is with a visual explanation.

Writer/designer Don Moyer understands this. His terrific Napkin Sketch Workbook proves that you don’t have to be a great artist to create a visual explanation that conveys a lot of information in the simplest possible way.

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Getting down to basics with stick figures, boxes, and arrows, Moyer leads the reader through an easy-to-follow course that covers style, structure, how to show timelines, connections and comparisons, and just about anything else you might need to convey in a sketch.

For further inspiration, check out Moyer’s earlier Blurb book, 64 Drawings. You can learn more about Don Moyer at his website, www.thoughtformdesign.com

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