Google’s daily Doodle shouldn’t be the only doodle we see. From children in math class to Hillary Clinton at the UN General Assembly to landscape architecture design meetings, doodling needs a seat at the table.
Even in our digitalized world, we present our clients with hand-drawn graphics. This allows us to keep ideas flowing, and our clients feel we haven’t put a hard line under our ideas.
“People who doodle retain 29 percent more information,” Doodle enthusiast Sunni Brown shares in a TED Talk. Sketching aids in concentration and information retention by inviting our minds to be more engaged.