Sketchnote Army is dedicated to finding and showcasing sketchnotes and sketchnoters from around the world, started in November 2009.

Who is behind Sketchnote Army?

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

Binaebi Akah, curator: UX Designer, sketchnoter, author, and lindy hopper, living in Columbus, Ohio.

How can I be showcased on Sketchnote Army?
Email a brief description and URL to your sketchnotes to us. It's as simple as that! We would love to feature your work.

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Brand Camp U Sketchnotes - Richard Shulman

Melinda "Small Biz Lady" Emerson at Brand Camp U

Here's an interesting take on sketchnotes from The iPad Junkie, Richard Shulman.

Typically Richard creates portraits with his iPad in the Brushes app, but when he attended Brand Camp U in Detroit this fall, he was inspired to turn his iPad portrait work into sketchnotes of the event and talks.

Check out the Brand Camp U set on Flickr and the article Richard wrote about the event on his personal site.


Change Management Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta

Loving the energy in these sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta from Online Educa Berlin 2011. It seems the event continues until December 2, 2011 so you might be able to see other sketchnotes later this week. Keep up with Linda's other sketches.


HasGeek GeekUp Sketchnotes - Rasagy Sharma

Web Standards & Accessibility - Rahul Gonsalves (View Large!) HTML5 Boilerplate - Divya Manian (View Large!) Check out these sketchnotes from Rasagy Sharma from HasGeek's GeekUp. The sketchnotes were captured from talks by Divya Manian and Rahul Gonsalves at the Indian event in October.

Sketchnotes from the 2011 Stir Symposium

The inaugural Stir Symposium in Columbus, Ohio recruited "visualizers" to help document the event. The event had think tank design sessions where the conference participants, from all industries and disciplines, came together to discuss world issues. Each breakout session had a visualizer to capture the team's creative process.

Below are the notes each visualizer took during the session. It's fascinating to see the different styles!

See more of Will Nickley's sketches
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See more of Binaebi Akah's sketches
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See more of Erik Evensen's sketches
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See more of Jeff Benzenberg's sketches
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Typo London 2011 Sketchnotes - Eva-Lotta Lamm

Dale Herigstad: Media Space. Where is what? What is where? & Nat Hunter: Telling the right story @ Typo London

More great sketchnotes from Typo London 2011 from the always amazing Eva-Lotta Lamm. Be sure to check out the full set!