This talk about the history of death and dying in New England was presented by a doctor and organized by the group I volunteer for: Spirits Alive at the Eastern Cemetery.I found a way to get my notes on talks and lectures out there so that others can learn from all the great presenters I hear!
I think I might have been sketchnoting for years, and I didn't even know it. I'm not good enough at it to do it LIVE, but someday, I hope to get there.
Thanks to all you other sketchnoters out there (especially @avcrofts and @jesch30 and @soupiset) for inspiring my fun.
One of a series of Sketchnotes Andrew Montpetit captured at Lenten retreat held at Camp Blodgett, MI on the shores of Lake Michigan. The theme was "Do You Believe?"
I like the use of different container, slightly overlapping to give depth.
You can see all other sketchnotes he took on his Facebook post.
Great work Andrew!
Here is an interesting sketchnote by Chiu-Ki Chan .
I was intimidated by sketchnoting because I can only draw very few things. But it got much easier once I look at it through an engineer's eyes. I phrased it as a constraint satisfaction problem, to express ideas with a small toolbox. And as an engineer, I am extremely good at that!
You can find other Chiu-Ki works on her blog.
Very interesting, thanks for sharing Chiu-Ki!
Here is a beautiful sketchnote by Mark Simmons.
I'm a freelance illustrator and cartoonist who's just getting into sketchnoting. By way of practice, I'm experimenting with putting more infographic content into my sketchbook drawings. These are some annotated pages from a recent visit to San Francisco's Aquarium by the Bay, and a friend suggested I send them your way. Hope you enjoy!
More sketchnotes about San Francisco Aquarium are published on Mark's blog
Of course we enjoy, Mark!
Thanks for sharing.
What started as a 30-day learning exercise (2 years ago) continues to pull me in and evolve. Inspired by Mike Rhode's Sketchnoting Handbook, I immersed myself in this artform. In my case, I focused solely on digital format, real time notes using my iPad, and a limited color pallette. The PR AND Social Media Summit at Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) is an incredible wealth of knowledge and made for great sketchnoting. I hastily synthesized data during the sessions, and tweeted out the notes right there during the session. Much coffee was involved ;)
I continue to hone my skills by sketchnoting onscreen during sermons at our church. (Thankfully it's a pretty creative lot!). As a visual learner, I believe this medium helps others like us secure a better understanding.
Do not miss her Storify feed about the event.
Great work Jen!