In school or at university you’re always taking notes, have proper summaries but you still can’t keep the information in your head? Maybe you’re like me and sketchnoting will help you. Continue Reading
Today, we have some very special guests: the team of bikablo® macht Schule (literally translates as bikablo goes school) is visiting the Neuland headquarters. And since this is a rare occasion, we just couldn’t resist to grill them about their project, particularly if it’s such an interesting topic. In a nutshell, Sandra, Silvia, Christian, Frank and Karl are visiting schools to show teachers and students how to use visualization for teaching and studying. But the experts can explain it way better, so enjoy the interview we prepared for you! 🙂
“Back in the days, people knew what’s good” – it’s not a coincidence that you hear this sentence pretty frequently. ‘Cause things that used to be common practice often have their comeback a few centuries later. Just as chalk and everything that goes with it. But what can you actually do with chalk? Continue Reading
180 participants, 25 countries, 5 continents, 18 languages – all on one campus. This makes the 24th IFVP the first conference to be held on university premises, at Montclair State University. Pretty convenient, as the students were on summer vacation and the participants could stay in their dorms this year. You wanna know if the International Forum of Visual Practitioners was as exciting as in the previous year? We’ll tell you. Continue Reading
Most conferences take place in summer. If you don’t want to miss out on anything, this can be a quite expensive season. For this very reason, you should make the most out of every single conference and soak in all the impressions – make it an unforgettable experience! How? Continue Reading
„Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future”
Ryder Carroll definitely has her finger on the pulse as she brought the old school journal back to our lives. By putting a new spin on it, she managed to create a cool lifestyle around her method of Bullet Journaling. Continue Reading
It’s one of the best-known stories in German-language literature and is about the tailor Wenzel Strapinski, who always dressed well despite his poverty. In a foreign city he’s considered a count because of his appearance … and at the end of the story Strapinski brings it to great prosperity.