A former colleague of mine found it in the "leave a book/take book" pile in
the basement of her co-op. It's focuses more on the informal capturing of
information in visual form, but I think much of it translates to more formal
illustration as well.
I think it's used as a classroom manual at some schools because in Sept and
January it's priced around $35-50 but pretty much any other time of the year
you can find it on eBay for $5-10.
Anyone else on the list familiar with this book? I'm just curious if it's a
classic I missed or a new find.
> Subject: [IxDA Discuss] Learning how to sketch? > > > Dear all, > > I was wondering if anyone can offer some some suggestions on improving > sketching skills. > > I'm mostly interested in using sketching for (1) illustrating physical > concepts (e.g. the form factor of a device) and (2) drawing > short-scenarios illustrating use of a product/service etc. > > I'm currently comfortable at sketching basic block > diagrams/wireframes, i.e. mostly boxes & arrows. > > Would appreciate any suggestions for websites, books, or your > experience with following any short courses in this area. > >