The Trust Sketchbook: When Trust Fails

I shared some early ideas for a ‘coffee time Sketchbook of Trust‘ earlier this week: i’ve worked up a few more pages, so thought i’d share one today. I’m toying with releasing this as ‘half finished’ book, that you write in, draw in, and complete, with your own story of ‘what trust means to me’. It ties into the Landscape of Trust research, although not intended as part of the primary data gathering effort.

Sketchbook of Trust

I quite like the idea of people downloading or drawing in it, and sharing their ‘completed and coloured in’ book as part of an online coffee break. Early stage #WorkingOutLoud.

You can take part in the Landscape of Trust research here.

Sketchbook of Trust

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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7 Responses to The Trust Sketchbook: When Trust Fails

  1. gailradecki says:

    I do so much better reading things like this if I have something to do while I’m working my way through it. I resort to various colored highlighters and Post-it tabs when I read so I feel like I’m participating in the content, so something like this is brilliant!

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