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Sketchnotes from the 2011 Stir Symposium

The inaugural Stir Symposium in Columbus, Ohio recruited "visualizers" to help document the event. The event had think tank design sessions where the conference participants, from all industries and disciplines, came together to discuss world issues. Each breakout session had a visualizer to capture the team's creative process.

Below are the notes each visualizer took during the session. It's fascinating to see the different styles!

See more of Will Nickley's sketches
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See more of Binaebi Akah's sketches
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See more of Erik Evensen's sketches
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See more of Jeff Benzenberg's sketches
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Reader Comments (4)

Im a sketch noter and I didnt even know it had a title. I have been doing this for years to explain my ideas and always likened it to freeform storyboarding. (I have an animation past you see). Im off to do some more research now so glad I found the blog :)

November 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHelenbeee

I am constantly decanting my thoughts onto A3 paper but none of them have ever looked THAT good. I am very impressed.

November 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSarah

Very unique and artistic idea! The sketches are very creative while at the same time providing insights to the symposium

November 11, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDenis Paxton

Great sketches. I just hope I could attend the next symposium.

November 15, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDenis Paxton

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