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Wednesday
Sep222010

Kyoorius Design Yatra Sketchnotes

Kyoorius Design Yatra - 2010 - page 12



Here's a wonderfully different and organic sketchnote style from Kyoorius Design Yatra by Ranganath Krishnamani — I love the Oscar Meyer Wiener-mobile! :-)
Wednesday
Sep222010

Unique Sketchnotes from Wil Freeborn

sponsors and some notes

I love these very loose and free-flowing sketchnotes from designer and illustrator, Wil Freeborn. Just goes to show you can take the sketchnote approach in so many different directions.

Thanks to my buddy Matt Balara for the heads up!
Monday
Sep062010

d.construct 2010 Sketchnotes

Marty Neumeier: The designful company @ d.construct 2010

Sketchnotes from d.construct 2010 in Brighton, by the ever-wonderful Eva-Lotta Lamb. Be sure to see the whole set!
Friday
Sep032010

Sunni Brown's Doodle Revolution



By pal Sunni Brown is tearing it up with doodles, popping up all over the place. Check out this Ignite talk from Sunni about doodling and if you like, here are some other places Sunni has appeared:

The Big Web Show Episode 16 - Serious Doodles

Sunni Brown: Sharpie Doodle Expert

Gamestorming (The Book)



Great work Sunni!
Wednesday
Sep012010

Sketchnotes: Doodling with a purpose

MebyCindi.jpgI gave a talk at the Milwaukee Likemind group on Friday August 20th and my friend Jim Raffel was in attendance.

He's written up his thoughts in the article Sketchnotes: Doodling with a purpose, in which he talks about the use of sketchnotes in his business practice:

"Doodling. For whatever reason holding my attention in a long meeting is a challenge. I’ve always taken notes because I could doodling aimlessly in the margins of my notes. Taking notes the Sketchnotes way allows me to doodle with a purpose.

I now draw keywords in large type and then instead of doodling I color in the letters when I find my mind drifting. Strangely enough I find I listen more carefully while my hands are busy coloring."

Thanks Jim!