Thoughts about (sketching) practice

Thoughts about (sketching) practice

Pick a particular aspect you want to explore in your practice. This could be exploring size, spacing, colour, contrast, posing, exaggeration, stroke thickness, or anything to focus on and play with during practice. If you pick playing with size, for example, try to change up the size of things you are sketching in your practice. (more…)

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Basic-Guidelines-to-Product-Sketching

Basic Guidelines to Product Sketching

To be skillful in something, it requires a lot of effort and time which is not an exception when it comes to product sketching. The most important thing to know before you start sketching is to actually understand whether you are really interested in this subject. You have to feel excitement and joy once a pen/pencil is in your hands. (more…)

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sketchnote

Raphael Sketchpad is a simple drawing editor

Raphael Sketchpad is a simple drawing editor that you can easily include with your forms. It is similar to Mai’Nada.net’s InputDraw, but does not require Flash. It is built on top of the Raphael Javascript vector graphics library. Raphael Sketchpad requires these Javascript libraries: Raphael, jQuery, and JSON.stringify. (more…)

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Sketching-user-interfaces

Sketching for user interfaces

It’s happened again. You’ve decided to make something, but you’re not sure what exactly it should look like yet. You pull out your favourite tool for wireframing, and spend a few minutes doodling. Sometimes that works, but sometimes it doesn’t. Quite often, you run right into a wall. Damn. Stuck again. (more…)

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