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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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"A Crash Course in Urban Sketching" Sketchnoted presentation: Wes Douglas

A great sketchnote by Wes Douglas about Barbara Weeks presentation he used for the course in tandem with her:  "A Crash Course in Urban Sketching" .

He write:

I sketched these notes using a Sharpied Fine Point and a few highlighter markers for color in a generic, spiral-bound sketchbook. This was part of a workshop entitled "A Crash Course in Urban Sketching" and these were a few of the tips passed along to the attendees. 

I would like to encourage everyone to read carefully this sketchnote: it is very helpful for us sketchnoters as well.

Thank you for sharing, Wes!

- Mauro





Fighting for What You Love with Mike Rohde

Don't miss the new episode of The Mindful Creator podcast with Mike Rohde.

Mike discusses with his host, Brett Henley, the evolution of our creative processes and how to push through when real life struggles threaten to pull you under.

You can play the episode here  

Or from Fighting for What You Love webpage.

Happy listening!

- Mauro



Critical Thinking & Decision Making: Edwin Stoop

A good example of sketchnote mapping by Edwin Stoop .

Do not miss other Edwing works on his website Sketching Maniacs

- Mauro 



Idea Mapping with Sketchnote is a topic covered in Mike Rohde's new Sketchnote Workbook

 Order your copy now!



100 Days Project: Mike Dickison

Here is a sketchnote from Mike Dickison  who wrote:

My third-ever sketchnote, drawn at a visiting tech guru's keynote address. He was perfectly happy with my caricature of him, and posted it to his team's blog.

This sketchnote is part of Mike's 100 Days Project : he is trying to draw something everyday for 100 days.

Great project Mike, keep it up!

- Mauro






Susana Salgado works

Well, it took me almost a year to be brave and send you my work. Oh...
I don't call it "work", I call it fun! They are just experiments.
Maybe one day they will be more than that! :)
Well, Susana, we are very happy you felt brave enough to share your works with us!
Please, call them Works and keep sketchnoting!