Dan Roam's Visual Storytelling helps us to better understand and fight Covid-19

Dan Roam is one of the key thinkers in the field of Visual Thinking. 

His famous book "The back of the Napkin", published in 2008, is a must read for those who want to understand Visual Thinking. 

This week, amid the Corona Virus Crisis, Dan created and shared a very clear Visual Storytelling in order to let every one of us understand better what Covid-19 is and how to fight against it. 

Here's the Story:


Jeff said…
Hi Dan

I purchased your book years ago and enjoyed some of the simple stick cartoons that help with visual problem solving.

I was wondering if you and your team have done any work on comparing the “vaccinated” line of thinking with the “anti-vaccine” train. I thought it would be cool to see a graphic with 2 different stick figures comparing their philosophies.

I have friends and colleagues that are avid anti-vaccine or at least fail to see that there is common sense in getting it. These colleagues see that they possess the common sense because some statistics show that vaccinated people can transmit this virus as easily as unvaccinated.

The story I would like to see is one that illustrates both opinions so that we can more easily understand the other side.

Please let me know if you have something like this.