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Sketchnotes for "Getting Started with Redux"

dance2die profile image Sung M. Kim Originally published at slightedgecoder.com on ・2 min read

Recently read The Sketchnote Handbook by Mike Rohde.

One of the benefits is to retain knowledge longer by helping you convert abstract knowledge into visual representations.

Here are my first sketchnotes created while watching Getting Started with Redux.

Sketchnotes

Here are the sketchnotes summarizing most of videos.

page 01
page 02
Page 03
page 04
page 05
Page 06
page 07
page 08
page 09
page 10
page 11

👍 Benefits

As mentioned above, I was able to understand “why”s behind each method in Redux.

👎 Downside

So far, my drawing skill is quite lacking thus it took over 5+ hours to finish for the 2 hour course.

🧐 What I Learned

Coming up with visual way helped me to extract only the important part.
I need more practice and continuous effort.

👋 Parting Words

I’d not recommend if you are an auditory learner (but great for visual or kinetic learners).

but it wouldn’t hurt. 😎

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Dani Vijay • Edited

Seems cool! BTW, what about using an app like office lens to scan photos? And I think a notebook without lines will be better. Keep the good work up 👍

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Sung M. Kim Author

Wow, Thanks Dani.

Office Lens knows the boundary and clips it automatically.
(also enhances the colors)

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Sung M. Kim Author

I am wondering if there is a better way to post a list of images on dev.to... 🤔