Maybe nothing that’s sketched on a whiteboard will ever find its way into an art museum, but approaching whiteboard presentations with an artist’s eye is a winning strategy when it comes to effective communication.
Respect the medium. Memorable artworks seem ideally suited to the medium in which the artist chose to create them. Rodin’s The Thinker, say, wouldn’t be nearly as powerful done as a drawing, and Gaugin’s islanders wouldn’t have the same sensual appeal rendered in bronze. What does that have to do with whiteboards?