You don’t have to be a good copywriter to know how valuable words are when describing your work, but how do you break free from writer’s block when it happens? This worksheet will show you the steps we take to get the descriptive language flowing.Sign up for free
Your design work looks great, so how do you present it? What do you call it? The Visual Vocabulary Worksheet will help you take any image and create a palette of colorful language that you can use to describe your work. Through a series of exercises, you’ll learn how to look at your work through a few different lenses: sights, sounds, feelings, tastes.
If you’re new to us, then you’ll learn very quickly how important writing with a pen and paper is to our team. In fact, it is very rare to see any of us without these tools, and the saying “the pen is mightier than the sword” speaks so much truth to us.
That’s where this worksheet becomes handy.
We’ve created these modules to help you unlock words you may have forgotten and better illustrate the creative you produce. By tapping in to stream-of-consciousness writing, you’ll see just how powerful the smallest revisions to your words will have. Enjoy this meaningful break away from the digital world, and get reacquainted with that old pen of yours. You’ll be glad you did!
This isn't about being a great writer as much as it's about making subtle tweaks to the descriptive language you use to enhance the presentation of your brand, and it all starts by developing your visual vocabulary.
This is a narrative style that is intended to capture the natural, unfiltered thoughts that pass through our mind, and by letting your pen flow to paper, you'll improve your communication and critical thinking skills that your clients need.
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