Then, what you don’t know that you will know later, is that those stories, and those characters will connect to your audience more than anything else.
When you think about comics, more than likely some of the first things that come to mind are superheroes like Spiderman or Batman in full-color comic books you might find in bookstores or comic book shops. Or maybe you think about “funny pages”, the once popular color inserts in Sunday newspapers with comic “strips” like Peanuts and Garfield.
Well, comics have evolved in many ways. From graphic novels with adult themes to what this TLDCast is about: Instructional Comics. And our guest for this episode is one of the globe’s leading instructional designers producing instructional comics, Kevin Thorn.
Check out this TLDCast and listen to host Kristen Hayden Safdie as she talks to Kevin about one of his most current instructional comic projects. They talk about the project dynamics, how Kevin produced it, what he ended up with, and how it was received.
You’ll also get some great conversation on the evolution of how he started producing instructional comics and why.
Heading to DevLearn? Make sure you attend Kevin’s session Comics for Learning: Use Case in Cultural Awareness.