For the designer, doodling is the best way to consciously and subconsciously develop the skills necessary to effectively turn a thought or vision into a tangible visual entity. An understanding of space, composition, texture, shape, contrast, and hierarchy is greatly improved by this valuable practice. Try to keep everything in one place (at least until it fills up). A sketchbook serves as an idea repository teeming with concepts both inchoate and complete. It’s always worth revisiting for inspiration, motivation, and a helpful reminder that any design conundrum can be solved by recalling the fundamentals honed through hours of doodling. It’s no surprise why flipping through the pages of a graphic designer’s sketchbook is a telling glimpse into the craft and process that goes into artistic creation.