In the third episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, I talk to visual practitioner Catherine Madden about her journey to sketchnoting, her love of data visualization, the story behind her two Skillshare classes, and more. Check the podcast show notes for links!
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- Catherine Madden’s site
- - Graphic Facilitation
- Tableau Conference 2014 Sketchnotes
- What a difference a year can make!
- Rise of the DEO
- Skillshare: Visual Thinking: Drawing Data to Communicate Ideas
- Skillshare: Visual Thinking: How to Create Sketchnotes to Capture and Synthesize Content
- iPad Pro 12.9
- FiftyThree's Paper
- Apple Pencil
- FiftyThree's Pencilil
- Adobe Draw
- Ray of Light Design
- Moleskine Smart Writing Set
- Catherine on Twitter
- 5 Things from Catmule - Email Newsletter
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Today we feature John Young .
"I discovered sketchnoting recently when I attended a couple of conferences in the UK for designers (DiBi conference and Smashing conference).
Some people were tweeting their sketchnotes after each speaker and I was so impressed with the quality of the notes and the speed they were online!
I decided to give it a go myself and I created this sketchnote while editing an episode of my podcast, Be3rcast.
The note basically just contains the episode title, subtitle, names of the beers plus the info and ratings then just some of the other stuff we were talking about.
I'll be doing it this way from now on!"
Well done, John! Cheers!
Here are a couple of Sketchnotes by Andrew On Yi Lai .
Sketchnoting to me, is a way of creatively expressing my thoughts and ideas through the traditional method of pen on paper. I love pulling my sketchbook out in a room full of tech!
I am currently a Multimedia and Visual Arts educator based in Sydney sharing my love for sketchnoting with students, colleagues and other educators in Australia. Shoutout to my dear friend @jcfiction who initially inspired me, he is an awesome sketchnoter : )
The above sketchnote is one of my recent efforts to read, learn and visually interpret the book 'The New Health Rules' written by Frank Lipman. The overwhelmingly supportive responses and retweet from the author himself took me by surprise! Looking forward to sketching well into the future!
I noticed Andrew's works on Twitter some times ago and I'm very glad we can feature his sketchnotes here.
Love the limited colors palette and the well defined structure.
Thank you for submitting Andrew!