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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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When a Sketchnote become a "Turning Point": Matt Stroud

Here is an interesting work by Matt Stroud

He wrote:

This is a sketchnote I took back in May about project management techniques. Reason I'm sharing this, and not a more recent one, is that this note seemed to mark a turning point where my colleagues began to appreciate the value of more visual note taking.

I'm happy Matt decided to share this sketchnote: it is important.

I think we all have a sketchnote that made the difference and reppresent a "turning point" like Matt says. There is something that "click" and we get the awarenes that sketchnote is not only for our personal notes and can be use to effectively communicate and share concepts. 

I would like to invite you all to share your "turning points" with us! 

Submit your sketchnote and it's story: What's your Turning Point?

Thank you for sharing this Matt! 

- Mauro


Assistive Technology and Sketchnote: Brian S. Friedlander

Here a few tips from Brian S. Friedlander, Ph.D. .

He wrote

I recently started sketch noting and creating infographics using WACOM Bamboo slate and bamboo paper. I find that I'm able to explain concepts around educational technology better using simple graphics it along with text. I plan on using some of these infographics and sketch notes with my college students next semester.

If you are interested in assistive technology, I suggest to visit Brian blog.

Thank you for sharing with us Brian.

- Mauro


Sketchnoting Books: Ocean Chin

Today we feature a work by Ocean Chin .

He wrote: 

I read a lot. The problem is, it really doesn't take long to forget what I've learned from each of the books, no matter how impactful it is when I first read them. And it is not possible to make available the time to reread whenever I need it.

After started sketchnoting, I naturally do it for the summary of the books that I've read. With that I can now capture everything that rings echo and impacted me. And whenever I revisit the sketchnotes, the memory and experience can be instantly relived. It just spells awesome.

I couldn't refrain myself to higlight one sentence and I can't agree more Ocean.

Well done!

- Mauro



Thames Valley District School Board Workshop captured by Sarah Chiarappa

Here is a work by Sarah Chiarappa .

She wrote:

This SketchNote was a small sample of my learning and listening styles! I was in a workshop for PBL (Project Based Learning) for the Thames Valley District School Board. These are a few ideas from that session!

Well done Sarah, thanks for sharing with us.

- Mauro


Alexander Nix's Ted Talk captured by Philipp Hieslmair

Here is a beautiful sketchnote by Philipp Hieslmair.

He wrote:

Hey, I sometimes do quick sketches on videos and TED talks I watch. Today I watched this talk of a guy called Alexander Nix on how they used big data analysis as a tool for the presidential election in the US. Scary. Thought this might be one for you guys. Cheers, Philipp

I' a B&W fan and this sketchnote is an excellent example: gray shadows to give depth, crisp traits and nice use of white spaces.

Great work Philipp!

- Mauro 

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