Andrew Oakley - IWMW2012

19 Jun 2012 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Iwmw12 Iwmw Live

Key Information Set Data

Neil Allison - IWMW2012

18 Jun 2012 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Iwmw12 Iwmw Live

Experiences in User Centred Design

Kevin Ashley - IWMW2012

18 Jun 2012 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Iwmw12 Iwmw Live

Data and the Web Manager

ILM Sketchnotes

21 Mar 2012 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Lectures

A selection of sketchnotes from a series of ILM sessions I did in work.

DISAG Day presentation sketchnotes

05 Dec 2011 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Presentations

Collected sketchnotes from the DISAG Showcase

Team Meeting

02 Nov 2011 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Meetings

Notes from a meeting

Pentrych Ride

31 Aug 2005 in Rides Tagged:

At the bottom of a long drag of a hill that I tackled before work. It was far easier than I remembered it. Long, but a lot steeper in my mind. Once at the top there was a great fast bit, where I reached 50km/h and wasn’t stopping to take pictures

The numbers for the ride: Distance 31km Time 1:21:01 Average speed 22.96 km/h

Abercynon through the trees

25 Aug 2005 in Rides Tagged:

Bike ride

@media2005 Sketchnotes

13 Jun 2005 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Live

Looking back, through some very old things on the site I found some drawings from @meda2005 - my first conference, and as I see now the start of me drawing during talks. This it what I wrote at the time.

You are here

29 Mar 2005 in Tagged:

I was “there”: at the exhibition about information design. It was my first trip to the Design Museum, and I had mixed feelings. It was smaller than I’d imagined, perhaps I’ve been spoilt by the scale of other museums, but was a reasonably acceptable building and interior. The shop was gratifyingly well stocked, espcially with current design mags and the coffee was good. I wasn’t suprised to see that minimal white was the overiding aesthetic, as seems always to be the case when someone wants to invoke the designer voodoo, but at least it was broken up a bit by some ‘digital baroque’ illustrations.

The exhibition that I’d come to see provoked mixed feelings. The exhibits were mostly familiar as the same examples appear frequently in discussions about information graphics. “Minard’s”: masterpiece is there along “Harry Beck’s”: famous underground map. It was fascinating to see some of these things in the flesh. The “Isotype”: work was especially fun, with one poster illustrating the respective risk of contracting TB amongst working groups such as bankers, farmers, waiters (who were at most risk!). The section that included various underground maps was good in showing the different problems of layouts around the world, and how New Yorkers didn’t take to “Vignelli’s”: 1972 design.

Having said that I then wanted an example of the info graphica that is currently doing that job. This is where I think the exhibition feel down. The sense of a theme to the different areas of the show was absent. I almost feel that the types of examples chosen and the range of activity covered meant that the show was too ambitious.