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Mike Rohde, creator: Designer, author of The Sketchnote Handbook & Workbook, and illustrator, living in Wisconsin.

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Wednesday
Nov012017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 2: Ryder Carroll

Ryder Caroll

In this episode I welcome Ryder Carroll, creator of the Bullet Journal to the show. We talk about the origin of Bullet Journaling, and how sharing his approach to help a friend opened his mind to the power of his methodology.

Listen as Ryder talks about being reflective about the things we want to do, and that sometimes this reflection might reveal we don’t need do some things at all.

Enjoy this crossover into analog productivity!

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Listen to Season 4, Episode 2 of the podcast on SoundCloud:

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https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sketchnote-army-podcast/id1111996778

RUNNING ORDER

  • Intro
  • Intro
  • What is bullet Journaling? And Ryder’s superhero origin story
  • ADHD
  • Sharing with a friend
  • Putting the Bullet journal online
  • Gained from other sharing, so he shared
  • Picked up on Lifehacker
  • Simplified to basics
  • Not everything took off “Is this something I want to exist?”
  • Removing friction and making things to make things a little easier
  • The limits of Analogue and the Bullet Journal App
  • Process and Product benefits of Bullet Journaling
  • Try it for 2 months
  • Sketchnoting & bullet journaling together
  • Being the doodling kid & Education
  • Ryder’s Three Tips
  • Ryder also can’t match Pinterest bullet journals
  • Get out of it whatever you can

RYDER’S THREE TIPS

  1. Keep it simple
  2. Make it your own
  3. Be patient with yourself

LINKS

PAST PODCAST SEASON LINKS

Special thanks to Christopher Wilson for the show notes!

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Monday
Oct302017

Launching Innovation in Schools MOOC course captured by Alice Gentili @MonaLisaLvsHeah

Here is a sketchnote by Alice Gentili .   

She wrote:

These SketchNotes were created to absorb and reflect on the Launching Innovation in Schools MOOC course with Peter Senge and Justin Reich through MIT last spring. They represent a general approach to launching innovation in schools and my launch personal action plan.

You can find the whole sketchnote collection on Alice's Behance profile .

Very interesting Alice. The use of shaded background and geometric shapes cought my eyes!

- Mauro

Thursday
Oct262017

Teachers and Sketchnote: Bonnie Grover @bvgrover

Today's exciting story is from Bonnie Grover.

She wrote:

After a year of practicing, I decided to share my learning with someone other than 5th graders. Instead of waiting until I was really ready, I went for it "cannon ball style"! What a fun, fun class! We had teachers from many different grade levels and disciplines. One teacher said, "I feel terrible because last year I got mad at a student for drawing. I really want a do-over." I hope our students are as excited and as engaged as their teachers were to begin using sketchnoting in their classes.

Thank you so much for sharing this, Bonnie.

We always do LOVE to hear stories about how sketchnotes are use for Education.

Keep up the good work and, please, keep up posted about your sketchnoting in class activity.

- Mauro

Wednesday
Oct252017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 1: ISC17 Recap

ISC17 Recap: Mike, Gail, and Mike

In this episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, Mike is joined by two very special guests. His wife Gail and Professor Michael Clayton as they recap the first International Sketchnote Camp in Hamburg. Listen in!

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The Sketchnote Army Clothing Collection! A variety of t-shirts and sweatshirts available for sale at Teespringthat support Sketchnote Army and look fashionable at the same time! http://sketchnotearmy.com/t-shirts


Listen to Season 4, Episode 1 of the podcast on SoundCloud:

SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES:

You can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sketchnote-army-podcast/id1111996778

RUNNING ORDER

  • Intro
  • Michael Clayton’s experience
  • Breakdown of the events
  • Gail’s experience
  • Turkish food at Mr Kebab!
  • After the conference
  • Michael at the Berlin VizThink
  • Michael Clayton’s perspective of the event
  • Gail’s experience of the event
  • The post event dinner on the feuerschiff
  • Saying goodbye
  • Planning for the next conference
  • Parting thoughts
  • Name change?
  • End credits

Special thanks to Christopher Wilson for the show notes!

INTERNATIONAL SKETCHNOTE CAMP LINKS

NIST MEET UP

THE FAB FOUR

PEOPLE MENTIONED

SATURDAY CAMP

DINNER

TOOLS

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Thursday
Oct052017

Goodnotes App tips by Neil McManus @neilm2 

Here is a work by Neil McManus

He wrote

I'm just getting started with sketchnoting on my iPad Pro. I'm not a designer so sketchnoting for me is more about working through ideas and plans than illustrating. I've tried a few programs, including Paper 53, Notability and Procreate. I've settled on Goodnotes for a few reasons I list in this sketchnote.

Good job Neil! 

Thank you for sharing with us.

- Mauro