Wednesday, October 15, 2008

GTD: 22 visual side notes more!

Here are some drawings that I missed in previous posts. I've realized a few of them are repeated, but most of them are completely new. These are visual side notes sketched on the margins of the Getting things done book, but I traced them on three layout paper sheets for a cleaner appearance (and less scanning work!)
Soon I will post bigger versions and individual comments for the drawings. Meanwhile, take a look: find them at my Flickr page, together with other samples of my artwork.

See more of my artwork in my Flickr page!


Jean-Michel said...

Excellent Drawings!
I am a visual person and I'd like to thank you for your blog: you should monetize it and put a "donate" paypal button: I would give you 5€!!!

One question, could you share your blogger template pls? or at least the skeletton? I also have a blogger blog and I am not happy with my current template.

Mine is here:

JM from Barcelona

dave davison said...

Joan I found your GTD drawings very apt and as you can see I used one in this post.Thoughts Illustrated: "filtering on the way out"- David Weinberger
When I tried to retrieve the other GTD drawings from your archive I got a "not found" reply.

Are the GTD drawings available on the web - how do I find them?

dave davison said...

Gmail - Yi-Tan Tech Community Call 180 - Getting Things Done - 1:30pm EDT, Monday May 5, 2008 -

Joan if this link works you will find an invitation to join a YiTan call on Monday where my friend Jerry Michalski will talk with David Allen. Maybe you would like to join the call.

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1000 Heads: the book

1000 heads, my illustration book

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My GTD (Getting things done) illustrations

I conceived this blog basically to share my visual side notes of the Getting things done process. My most recent posts about GTD software and related topics have “masked” the original posts.

You can access most GTDrawings in the archive of december 2005 and january 2006.

Here's a miniature with most of my sketches: this is what you will find, commented and in larger sizes, in those previous posts.

See also the article about GTD drawings.

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