Talking with Wacom about iPad styli and sketchnotes

sam bradd, vancouver, canada, what is graphic recording, what is graphic facilitation, sketchnote, visual note taking, visual note taker, vision, visioning, public engagement, conference,  knowledge translation, knowledge transfer, illustration, union, unionized, illustrator, best practice, lettering, best practice, visualization, visual learners, infographic, graphic design, mind map, mind mapping, visual practitioner, creativity, sketch noters, facilitator, graphic translation, conference mapping, conference visuals, conference drawings, dialogue map, dialogue mapper, flipcharting, flipchart artist, graphic capture, group graphics, idea capture, information murals, keynote drawings, keynote artist, live illustrator, live illustration, meeting visuals, scribe, scribing, visual notetaker, visual notetaking, visual thinker, visual thinking, visual notetaking, visual translator, visual synthesis, visualizationSuper excited to join Wacom this Wednesday on G+ to talk about styli and iPad sketchnotes.

Styli are the digital pens you use on a tablet for drawing and note-taking. With a stylus and iPad, writing + drawing is portable and sharable in new ways. This could be sketchnoting, graphic note-taking, handwriting notes, and different types of visual thinking – it’s all ways of getting your ideas out.

I’m a big fan of having the right tools for the right project – and learning about new ones. Come ask questions and I know we’ll all learn from each other.

When: Wed Sept 10, 10am PST, on G+ Hangout

*updated: link to watch recording on YouTube:

To learn more about the Bamboo Stylus Fineline:

To learn more about the Intuos Creative Stylus 2:

More details:

“What’s up with Wacom’s new stylus line? Which iPad art apps are the best? What the heck is sketch noting? Get your questions answered about the new styli, including the Bamboo Stylus fineline and the precision Intuos Creative Stylus 2.  On Wednesday September 10th  at 10am PT, the Wacom team will be live on G+ Hangouts on Air in conversation with Sam Bradd and Renee Busse answering your questions about the new styli, the software they work with and why and how you’d use them.  We’ll go over pressure sensitivity, use cases and the magic you can create with these digital pens.” 

Talk to you then!


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