Introduction to Sketchnoting Workshop with General Assembly, 21 October

I’ll be running my introductory workshop on sketchnoting again on Monday evening, 21 October at General Assembly’s London campus in Farringdon. Ticket prices start at £20 for super early birds and go up to £30. The class is limited to 20 people.

The workshop is aimed at helping newcomers understand the strengths and benefits of sketchnoting and pick up practical methods to get going. It’s interactive, intense, and participants will get their hands dirty with opportunities to reflect on improving their notes and developing their own style and approach.

Materials will be provided – you’ll get to take home a tombow ABT dual brush pen and a MUJI gel-tip pen, as well as all the sketching paper you need to to get you started.

Here’s are some comments shared by previous attendees:

“really useful insight into structuring note-taking…”

“enabled me to improve my approach to sketch notes with better precision… an excellent job at distilling all aspects and even covering tools”

“highly recommended”

You can get tickets via the General Assembly site: Introduction to Sketchnoting for Improved UX Design

A sketchnote produced by a former workshop attendee


  1. Hi Boon, I found out too late about the workshop on sketchnoting. I am interested, will you be repeating the class any time this year?

  2. Hey Sami – I might be in Dec / Jan timelines. Watch the space.
    Evlia – I’m glad you enjoyed that one. The GA ones are better due to more quality time and Q&A.

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