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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.

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

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Sketchnoter's Stories you may like

Sketchnoting during lessons: Douglas Wittnebel @DougtheArchitek

Here is a colorful work by Douglas Wittnebel .

He wrote:

My sketchnotes are active graphic responses during lectures and discussions about the topics of design and the future.

You can see more of Douglas works on his Behance profile.

Thank you for sharing with us Douglas.

- Mauro



Sketch + Notes about George Saunders : Andrea Joseph @aheavysoul

A beautiful sketch by Andrea Joseph .

He wrote:

I went to see/hear author George Saunders talk about his new book. I quickly sketched him whilst listening and grabbed some of his words, as he spoke, on the page too.

I love this: the ink traits, the colors, the unusual lettering.

Thank you for sharing with us Andrea!

- Mauro


Sketchnoting at Church: Krystal Whitten 



Here is a great work by Krystal Whitten .

She wrote:

Creating sketchnotes at church has changed going to church for me! I now pay attention better and remember what the sermon was about long after I leave the building. These sketchnotes were from a pre-Easter service. I have a popcorn style of note taking, and I love being able to look back at them and share them with others.

I can't refrain myself to highlight this sentence:

I now pay attention better and remember what the sermon was about long after I leave the building.

So true Krystal!

- Mauro




Sketchnote and rain barrels #genius : Andrea Wendt @AnFranky 

This is genius!



I love this idea by Andrea Wendt

She wrote:

At the moment I am painting our arbor in the garden. When seeing the finished white wall I got the idea to use that white area for a sketchnote. The content should fit to the location and situation so I was looking up some information for "rain barrel" (in German "Regentonne") and created that sketchnote. I tried to integrate the parts of the rain barrel by using arrows. So now there is a little bit education on our rain barrel wall 😉


Again, I LOVE this idea! I think we all will be inspired by this.

Thank you sor sharing Andrea!

- Mauro


The essence of Appreciative Inquiry - a #sketchnote by Divya Sriram @DivyaSriramdiv 


Here is a work by Divya Sriram .

She wrote:

This is a sketch note to capture the essence of Appreciative Inquiry as a tool to enable a positive change. My style revolves around a central icon to anchor the concept and then a neat navigation map to help the reader deepen the themes with a clear icon to convey the meaning.

Very interesting Divya. Thanks for sharing with us.

- Mauro