Back of a Napkin
Back of a Napkin by Dan Roam
Dan certainly dives into the complexity of thought processes to allow problems to be solved and provides a scientific process that he has tried and tested to enable others to unpack their ideas and solve problems.
The book is a weighty read for those who have not utilised visual notetaking before. Those who are already visual notetakers may not have realised some of the processes they are using to deliver the results that they do.
Back of the Napkin provides further evidence of the importance of images to provide a common language for all those present in meetings or workshops. To connect ideas and produce outcomes that were previously thought unattainable.
Whether you are starting out with visual notetaking or are a professional, this book will give you some food for thought about your processes and how you can improve as well as providing you insight into connecting ideas.