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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.

Steve Silbert, curator: Agile Coach, sketchnoter, author, living in Virginia.

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

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Sketchnoter's Stories you may like

UPA 2010 Sketchnotes

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Beautiful sketchnotes by Amanda Jahn from UPA 2010 in Munuch.

Be sure to check out Amanda's full Flickr set too!

Blog Indiana 2010 Sketchnotes

My friend John Uhri did a sketchnote video promo (above) and captured sketchnotes at Blog Indiana 2010. Check out John's blog post and the complete Blog Indiana 2010 Flickr set.

Here's a sample of a session sketchnote by John:

Lets Talk: The Art of Conversation - Jason Falls

DrawCamp Sketchnotes Video

Here's a video my friend Pete Prodoehl captured of me sketchnoting and explaining my notes at DrawCamp Milwaukee in June, 2010.

Here are scans of the sketchnotes from this video on Flickr:

TED '08: Dave Eggers Sketchnote: 01-02
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Thanks Pete for creating and sharing this video!


House Industries ADCMW Talk Sketchnotes

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More great sketchnotes from Carolyn Sewell, this time captured at the House Industries' Rich Roat presentation for ADCMW (June 2, 2010) and mentioned on the House Industries blog by Rich Roat.

Love your typography Carolyn — keep it coming!

Austin Kleon's Reinventing Poetry TEDx Sketchnotes


My friend and Visual Note-Taking partner in crime, Austin Kleon just did a talk at TEDxPennQuarter and I just love how he explains his process of preparation for the talk:

The TEDxPennQuarter folks asked me to give a 10-minute talk around the theme of “reinventing,” with the (not-at-all-lofty!) title, “Reinventing Poetry.”

It started out like almost everything I do: with doodling.

Above is a sample of some sketchnoting/doodling he did to sort out the ideas for his slides and talk, which goes to show this idea of sketchnoting can be applied in so many different ways.

Be sure to watch the video on his blog post as well.