David Brittain - SE08 / EP09

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In this episode, I talk with David Brittain, a co-founder of the powerful drawing tool, Concepts. We talk about David’s path into programming, the philosophy and origin story of Concepts for tablets. If you haven’t considered Concepts before, this discussion will give you insights into why Concepts works the way it does.

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RUNNING ORDER

  • Intro: Who is David?
  • David’s path into visualization
  • Transition and integration points
  • Moving from gaming into visualization
  • Collaboration with co-founder Ben Merill
  • The process Concepts uses for feature development
  • Quality software over release dates for release sake
  • The philosophy behind Concepts
  • The benefits of a vector-based drawing tool
  • The Concepts object library feature
  • New features: Align and Snap-to-Grid
  • New features: Export Selection
  • New features: Presentation Mode
  • Tools
  • 3 tips
  • Outro

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3 TIPS

  1. Warm up before you sketchnote
  2. Use our learn to draw series of videos to improve
  3. Get feedback from others on how you can improve

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