On Wednesday 4th November, I will be running my 99 minute workshop on sketchnoting and visual facilitation. How did I prepare for this talk? I decided to complete my 99 second sketchnotes from TestBash Manchester.
The 99 second talks are a popular feature of the Ministry of Testing conferences. They are a great way to practice and build confidence as a public speaker. Some like to use them as a way to try out new ideas for a conference talk and see how people respond. I find listening to 99 second talks a great way to practice note taking. At TestBash Manchester, I took rough notes while listening to the talk. The trick is to identify the key message in each talk, rather than try to write everything down (which is almost impossible). I then adapt these notes into sketchnotes.
Here are my sketchnotes from the 99 second talk round at TestBash Manchester 2020.
Test Bash Manchester 2020
- Recording of the 99 Second talk round
- Other talks from this years TestBash Manchester
- Pre-TestBash Sketchnotes
- Sketchnotes from the final day of TestBash Manchester
Details about my Visual Facilitation and Sketchnoting workshop: