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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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Wednesday
Sep302015

6 Rules of Change by Esther Derby Video Sketchnote Capture: Tanmay Vora

Here is a beautiful sketchnote by Tanmay Vora.

Thi is part of a nice posta on his blog: 6 Rules of Change by Esther Derby .

Truly love the structure and the use of separators.

Well done Tanmay.

- Mauro

Monday
Sep282015

A Sketchnote about Social Media ROI: Larry Leone

This is a sketchnote by Larry Leone on an article by Kevan Lee on Buffer Social about Social Media ROI.
Like the main title in the centre of the page!
Thanks for shariong with us Larry.
-Mauro
Friday
Sep252015

Design Thinking Workshop in Mumbai: Sachin Maheshwari

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Here is a sketchnote by Sachin Maheshwari.

He wrote:

This was sketched during an engaging workshop on design thinking, in Mumbai, India. An introduction to design thinking and how to tackle critical challenges. Used a ball-point pen to doodle on a sketchbook.

Nice work, Sachim!

- Mauro

Wednesday
Sep232015

First Sketchnote: Ansgar Trecksel

This is how Ansgar Trecksel started to sketchnote: sketchnoting what sketchnote is!

Such a great start, Ansgar!

- Mauro

 

Monday
Sep212015

How Splash and Dashes work: Guenter Hengsberg

A great sketchnote by Guenter Hengsberg .

He wrote:

I used to be rather embarassed about my notebooks which tended to be full of tiny sketches and doodles. So I made an effort to suppress the urge to sketch and visualize my thoughts to keep my pages clean (yeah, I know…). Until recently when a dear friend inspired me with her own sketchnotes. I delved into the topic, and now there is no stopping me from sketching away and I actually take pride in what I now consider as legitimate work of mine. I am a trainer for the service staff at my company and in order to keep the colleagues informed I developed the Splash and Dash-format the principles of which I explained sketchnote-style.

Interesting story Guenter!

- Mauro