In 2021, in the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wrote a book. Published by Wiley, "Digital Sketching: Computer-aided Conceptual Design" is a wide-ranging meditation on the ways and means of "sketching" as a tool for design in an age of digital media. Observing that digital tools are often thought of primarily as a means to automate design, they cause designers to leap to conclusions they might later come to regret.
Digital Sketching posits a better way to work, where digital tools, like their physical predecessors, are used to explore, to iterate, and remain open to delightful surprises when they happen for unexpected reasons.
I have some excerpts from the book published on Medium. Or you can buy the book (in physical or digital form) on Amazon (Digital Sketching: Computer-aided Conceptual Design)