Sketchnote Army is dedicated to finding and showcasing sketchnotes and sketchnoters from around the world.

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, and lindy hopper, living in Ohio.

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Friday
Aug152014

SWOT Analysis Sketchnote: Ivan Seymus

A wonderful description of SWOT analysis by Ivan Seymus

He writes:

Story: I used to illustrate one of the visually most boring slides in a corporate presentation: the SWOT analysis. But at the same time the most sacred one! Discussions with CEO's, CFO's, etc. but finally they would agree on the sketched version. Now I do this exercise regularly for my own account. The confrontation is at the same time inspiring and sets me back on track. My desk is always the backdrop.

A great example of composition and visual hierarchy.

Lovely work, Ivan.

- Mauro

 

Hierarchy of informations is a topic covered in Mike Rohde's new Sketchnote Workbook launching in mid-August. Pre-order your copy now!

 

 

Wednesday
Aug132014

Jahrestagung Dynamic Desktop & Client Infrastructures - Berlin: Phillip Büchler

Philip makes great use of color in his iPad-based sketchnotes - the blue and red set off the black drawings and text nicely in these samples.

Great work Philip!

- Mike

Monday
Aug112014

Visual Notes blog: Wytze Veenstra

This is a sketchnote from Wytze Veenstra blog: Visual Notes

Wytze writes:

I LOVE to lower the threshold for people in order to get them to start drawing again. With this little blog (visual notes) I try to share my findings, learnings and hope to inspire people to start taking notes.

It's a really interesting blog!

Thanks for sharing, Wytze and Keep posting!

- Mauro

 

 


Friday
Aug082014

"mLearnCon" conference in San Diego captured by Jamila Breese 

 

Here is Jamila Breese's sketchnote of Karen McGrane's keynote captured on June 25, 2014 at the mLearnCon conference in San Diego, "Content in a Zombie Apocalypse." Signed by Karen at the top!

I like the use of color to highlight key concepts and create a hierarchy.

Don't miss Jami's Sketchnote board on Pinterest.

Thanks for sharing Jami!

- Mauro

 

 

 

Wednesday
Aug062014

"How to Give Virtual Presentations Without Freaking Out” seminar Sketchnote: Veronica Maria Jarski

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Here is a sketchnote Veronica Maria Jarski captured at "How to Give Virtual Presentations Without Freaking Out” seminar.

A noteworthy feature is the modular structure emphasized by colors.

You can see other Veronica’s world on her website.

Thank you for sharing, Veronica!

- Mauro

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