Create User-Friendly Journals & Workbooks for Your Audience
In this class we’ll explore the difference between Journals and Workbooks, and you’ll get tips on how to easily create publications for your audience.
- A journal provides ways to capture activities and memories.
- The pages or sets of pages typically repeat themselves.
- They can be generic or they can be on specific topics such as: productivity, health, meditation, course creation, plumbing.
- A workbook typically walks people through a process.
- You can include some training in the workbook or it can be a companion to a book or course.
- It can provide ways to record answers and results.
- If inspired – please share a class review (optional yet appreciated.)
- You’ll find the handouts via the “class project” tab.
- Also – to make the most of this learning opportunity, share your class project. Great way to gain exposure on Skillshare and benefit from what you’ll learn in this class!
What we’ll cover:
- How to come up with an idea for a journal or workbook.
- The differences between journals and workbooks.
- Examples of journals and workbooks.
- Ideas for types of pages you can include in your publications.
- Action Steps.
What Students Are Saying (From the Reviews of This Class)
“A great class that simply describes the differences between workbooks and journals. The class also introduces the student how to get started creating workbooks and journals using Canva. I highly recommend this class to anyone looking for a quick, yet thorough overview or introduction to workbooks and journals.”
– William McPeck