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Issue № 370

Bah to endless requirements documents. Feh to tedious reports. See how you can start using comics to communicate in your work.

See What I Mean

by Kevin Cheng18 Comments

We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Kevin Cheng’s new book, See What I Mean: How to Use Comics to Communicate Ideas, available now from Rosenfeld Media.

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