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Who is behind Sketchnote Army?

Mike Rohde, creator: Designer, author of The Sketchnote Handbook & Workbook, and illustrator, living in Wisconsin.

Mauro Toselli, curator: IT Director, sketchnoter, author, living in Italy.

Binaebi Akah, curator: Sr. UX Designer, sketchnoter, author, living in Ohio.

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Sketchnoter's Stories you may like
Friday
Jun242016

More than Scribbles: Dorina Simeonov

 Here is a nice exercise by Dorina Simeonov .

She wrote:

 My coworker lent me The Sketchnote Handbook by Mike Rohde and I read it over the Easter long weekend. I was blown away that with some practice and concentration, the doodles I was making at meetings could become a little more than scribbles. Below is one of the first exercises from this book which was a lot of fun. You have to draw these items from your imagination using basic shapes. I did it on a sketchbook because the book was not my own. I struggled with some of the images – the minivan looks more like a bus for example.

You can find more about Dorina and her works  on her blog https://dorinasimeonov.wordpress.com/  .

Very interesting, Dorina!

Keep going!

- Mauro

Wednesday
Jun222016

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 1, Episode 6: Nikki McDonald

Nikki McDonald

In the sixth episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, I talk to Nikki McDonald, the editor of my two bestselling books: The Sketchnote Handbook and The Sketchnote Workbook. We discuss book origin stories, and why we think their timing, structure and design details helped them resonate with readers so effectively.

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Friday
Jun172016

Agile and Sketchnote: Nagesh Sharma

Today we feature the work by Nagesh Sharma .

He wrote:

I am very passionate about visualizing the ideas into sketchnotes. My sketchnotes are primarily targetting Agile, Leadership, Change and teamwork.

You can find more sketchnotes by Nagesh on his website .

Well done Nagesh, thanks for sharing with us!

- Mauro

 

Wednesday
Jun152016

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 1, Episode 5: Catharine Mi-Sook

Catharine Mi-Sook

In the fifth episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, I talk to Catharine Mi-Sook, who is new to sketchnoting and loves Japanese papers and pens. She offers a fresh perspective on sketchnoting and our community.

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Friday
Jun102016

Discovering Sketchnotes: Greg Lee

Here is a sketchnote by Greg Lee.

He wrote:

"I discovered sketchnotes while watching a fellow attendee at a conference doing it. I was fascinated because I'd been doodling and drawing symbols and shapes in my notes for a long time. As soon as I got home from the conference I picked up Mike's book and devoured it.

Now I'm more focused in meetings (I'm listening, not checking emails or texting), enjoy taking notes and I retain and remember more when I review them. Plus my co-workers look forward to how I turn meeting notes into fun drawings!"

We are always to hear this kind of stories!

Thanks for sharing Greg!

- Mauro