Wow! What a great couple days! There’s something about coming to Florida in early March that makes it even more betterest! I’m a big kid and I love Disney…to be in a Hotel just minutes from the Lego Store was way too cool.
As with any conference like this, it goes without saying that is a jam-packed event with a lot of information to decipher. As of this writing we still have half a day tomorrow, but I think I’m safe in saying there’s not a single person I’ve met that hasn’t gotten a full plate of great material, tips, takeaways, and advice thus far. Big kudos for all the vendors at the Expo, too. I hope their experience was as productive as the conference-goers.
I sat down tonight after having dinner and a leisurely stroll through downtown Disney with new friends to write about my last two days here. Like many, I’m toast and it’s a long day tomorrow along with traveling home. So, I’ve changed my mind and am updating my blog with this short post by shouting out to everyone who made this event successful.
I have to admit that I’ve secretly held an enormous amount of nervousness about presenting my thoughts and theories about communicating graphically and am glad everyone like it. What I learned is it seems to be a true “need.” Not only for practical applications in eLearning, but in general having the basic understanding of how we as humans interact and already communicate with graphic images.
I’m more inspired now that before and have a new level of energy to organize my ideas and work toward publishing something within the next year or two.
Not sure about how to go about that as I can draw better than I can write, let alone publishing anything I write. Anyone know how a “Toon Geek” can start this new journey?