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Wednesday
Mar012017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: GIRL POWER Season 3, Episode 7: Marianne Rady

Marriane Rady

Scrum master and sketchnoter Marianne Rady talks to us about agile, Scrum, and how they relate to sketchnoting, listening and working with teams. Listen in!

This episode was recorded before a live studio audience at the first Sketchnote Symposium at NIST, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, February 26, 2017.

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SHOWNOTES

MARIANNE’S 3 TIPS

  1. Use what you have! Just start drawing, fancy things later.
  2. Sketchnote the things you love anyway.
  3. Get in contact with the community for support and encouragement.

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