Visual Explanations

 

Client WTS Portland
Project
[2011] A picture is worth a 1,000 words… That’s a lot of typing!
Here’s an opportunity to add clarity to your emails, reports and presentations. Joshua Cohen, owner of Fat Pencil Studio, will show you how to create visual explanations using simple screen capture software. These utilities (i.e. Skitch, Jing, Print Screen) are available for little or no cost, and allow you to add arrows, text and other highlights to online maps and images.
This event was offered on June 8th, 2011. The course notes are available here. If you are interested in bringing this workshop to your organization, please contact us for more information.
Praise
“I enjoyed the course, and am looking forward to putting the tips to good use.
Thank you!”

- Isabella Bejarano, Supervising Civil Engineer @ PB
“I really liked seeing easy programs for quick turnaround time.”

- Kim Bria, Airport Designer @ WHPacific 

 

 

An informative graphic illustrating new bike parking zones.
This illustration is proof that informative graphics can be made quickly and easily!