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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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History of death and dying in New England: Holly Doggett 

Here a is a beautiful sketchnote by Holly Doggett .
She wrote:
This talk about the history of death and dying in New England was presented by a doctor and organized by the group I volunteer for: Spirits Alive at the Eastern Cemetery.
I found a way to get my notes on talks and lectures out there so that others can learn from all the great presenters I hear!
I think I might have been sketchnoting for years, and I didn't even know it. I'm not good enough at it to do it LIVE, but someday, I hope to get there.
Thanks to all you other sketchnoters out there (especially @avcrofts and @jesch30 and @soupiset) for inspiring my fun.
You can find other Holly's works on her Flickr set.
Excellent, Holly!
- Mauro

"Do You Believe?" Retreat Sketchnotes by Andrew Montpetit

One of a series of Sketchnotes Andrew Montpetit captured at Lenten retreat held at Camp Blodgett, MI on the shores of Lake Michigan. The theme was "Do You Believe?" 

I like the use of different container, slightly overlapping to give depth. 

You can see all other sketchnotes he took on his Facebook post.

Great work Andrew!

- Mauro






Sketchnoting: An Engineer's Approach: Chiu-Ki Chan

Here is an interesting sketchnote by Chiu-Ki Chan .

She wrote: 

I was intimidated by sketchnoting because I can only draw very few things. But it got much easier once I look at it through an engineer's eyes. I phrased it as a constraint satisfaction problem, to express ideas with a small toolbox. And as an engineer, I am extremely good at that!

You can find other Chiu-Ki works on her blog.

Very interesting, thanks for sharing Chiu-Ki!

- Mauro



San Francisco's Aquarium sketchnote: Mark Simmons

Here is a beautiful sketchnote by Mark Simmons.

He wrote:

I'm a freelance illustrator and cartoonist who's just getting into sketchnoting. By way of practice, I'm experimenting with putting more infographic content into my sketchbook drawings. These are some annotated pages from a recent visit to San Francisco's Aquarium by the Bay, and a friend suggested I send them your way. Hope you enjoy!

More sketchnotes about San Francisco Aquarium are published on Mark's blog

Of course we enjoy, Mark!

Thanks for sharing.

- Mauro


PR + Social Media Summit at MarquetteU: Jen Torres


Here is one of Jen Torres sketchnote she captured  at PR + Social Media Summit at MarquetteUni .

She wrote:

What started as a 30-day learning exercise (2 years ago) continues to pull me in and evolve. Inspired by Mike Rhode's Sketchnoting Handbook, I immersed myself in this artform. In my case, I focused solely on digital format, real time notes using my iPad, and a limited color pallette. The PR AND Social Media Summit at Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) is an incredible wealth of knowledge and made for great sketchnoting. I hastily synthesized data during the sessions, and tweeted out the notes right there during the session. Much coffee was involved ;)

I continue to hone my skills by sketchnoting onscreen during sermons at our church. (Thankfully it's a pretty creative lot!). As a visual learner, I believe this medium helps others like us secure a better understanding.

Do not miss her Storify feed about the event.

Great work Jen!

- Mauro




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