How To Make Sketchnote Videos

The Power Of Visual Storytelling

As human beings we’re hardwired to respond to stories. Through stories we make sense of the world.

As visual beings we’re hardwired to respond to visual stimuli. More of your brain is dedicated to the processing of visual information than any other sense.

So if you’ve got an idea to share or a story to tell, you’d be leaving a lot of potential unused if you don’t add some visual elements into your storytelling process.

Verbal To Visual Video

The Power Of Sketchnote Videos

When you bring static images into your process for sharing ideas, your audience with thank you.

When you add in video with sketchnoted elements, your audience will love you.

With video, you engage not only the eye but the ear as well.

And instead of being overwhelmed with the complexity of a completed visual, your viewers will get to see that visual come to life. They’ll get to see the progression from a blank page to a full set of sketched ideas.

Sketchnote iPhone Video - Pens

A New Online Course: How To Make Sketchnote Videos

The tools to create sketchnote videos like the ones you’ll find below have never been more accessible and affordable.

In this course you’ll learn how to use those tools. And just as important, you’ll learn the core principles that will ensure that the videos you create have the intended impact on your audience.

Course Overview

1.1 The Two Peaks (4:08)


1.2 The Four Styles Of Sketchnote Videos (5:39)


1.3 Course Overview (5:32)


2.1 What Story Are You Telling? (5:25)


2.2 The Brainstorm (4:42)


2.3 The Sketchnote (7:00)


2.4 The Script (6:28)


3.1 The Pros & Cons Of VideoScribe (7:02)


3.2 Building Your Sketchnote In VideoScribe (13:53)


3.3 Adding Custom Images To Your Scribe (35:16)


3.4 Adding A Voiceover Narration (15:59)


3.5 Adding Background Music To Your Scribe (10:34)


3.6 Taking Your Scribe To The Next Level (5:57)


4.1 The Pros & Cons Of The iPhone + iMovie Combo (3:11)

4.1 The Pros & Cons Of The iPhone + iMovie Combo

4.2 Pen & Paper Videos: The Setup (18:34)

4.2 Pen & Paper Videos: The Setup

4.3 Recording The Sketchnote (15:15)

4.3 Recording The Sketchnote

4.4 Recording The Intro, Outro, & Voiceover Narration (17:14)

4.4 Recording The Intro, Outro, & Voiceover Narration

4.5 Editing In iMovie (53:11)

4.5 Editing In iMovie

4.6 Room For Improvement (4:26)

4.6 Room For Improvement

5.1 The Pros & Cons Of The DSLR + Premiere Combo (6:07)

5.2 The Setup (20:23)

5.3 Recording Your Video (16:22)

5.4 Editing Your Video (1:46:45)

5.5 The Sky’s The Limit (7:16)

6.1 The Second Peak (3:22)

6.2 Process Over Product (5:17)

6.3 Keep Experimenting (6:05)

6.4 The Sketchnote Video Trifecta (4:01)

Practice What You Preach

At Verbal To Visual, the sketchnote video format has become my favorite way to share ideas. Here are a few examples:

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