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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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Monday
Aug022010

Agile Training Day Sketchnotes

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Very nice set of sketchnotes by Tim Malbon, co-founder of the London firm Made by Many. His sketchnotes capture the firm's recent Agile training day in just 10 pages. Great work Tim!
Friday
Jul092010

Influencer Project Sketchnotes


Have a look at Michelle Malot's sketchnotes from the Influencer Project.

Here's her brief description:

HDYI created these sketchnotes during the Influencer Project conference. Influencer Project is the shortest marketing conference featuring 60 thoughts leaders in 60 minutes.

Read her post Influencer Project Sketchnotes to learn more about the project.
Friday
Jun182010

Tufte Sketchnotes

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A nice set of sketchnotes by Christopher Knaus from an Edward Tufte appearance in Portland.

Christopher writes "viznotes from the Tufte course in PDX. I find when presentations are visual my notes wind up being more text - and vice versa."

Be sure to check out Christopher's viznotes set as well.
Tuesday
Jun012010

Near-Life Experiences Sketchnotes

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I love these 'Near-Life Experience' sketchnotes by Lea Hernandez. Check out the full set on Flickr.

Lea sent a note last week, sharing how doing sketchnotes helped free her from creative block. I asked it would be cool to share her story and she agreed. Here it is:

"I used to do something very much like sketchnotes, a comic called Near-Life Experience, where I wrote down what was in my head, with drawings and words. The response was good. And then I choked. I started to over-plan. The comics became a chore. I put enormous pressure on myself, I vapor-locked and I couldn't draw the comic any more.

Fast forward to less than two weeks ago. I meet sketchnotes, and I'm enchanted and excited. I have a pen, and a 3.5 x 5.5 Moleskine. I take them to the pool, and start writing and drawing and before I know it, I have four effortless pages of drawing and writing (and an endearingly dreadful drawing of the pool). And I feel great, the best I've felt in months.

Funny, all I had to do was call them something besides comics, take them out of this place full of self-inflicted unhappiness and pressure, and I'm drawing happily again."


Thanks Lea for sharing your work and your story!

- Mike

Thursday
May272010

Facebook Developers Garage Sketchnotes

Facebook Developers Garage Sketchnotes
More beautiful sketchnotes from Lucy Spence, this time from the Facebook Developers Garage in London at Dare captured on the 26th May 2010.