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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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"Think Clearly with Paper for iPad" Giveaway: Mathias Vestergaard (closed)


We're teaming up with Mathias Vestergaard who is generously giving away 10 iTunes Promo Codes for his new book Think Clearly with Paper for iPad.

His video-based, interactive book, will teach you to get the most out of the Paper-app for iPad.

Fill the form below and submit a link to one of your best sketchnotes. Matthias will randomly choose the 10 winners from those who register before the giveaway closes on June, 4th at 7:00 AM Central European Summer Time (00.00 CDT).


IIBA webinar Sketchnote captured by Sebastian Schneider

Here is a sketchnote Sebastian Schneider captured from IIBA webinar.

Make sure to check 2 other sketchnotes on his website.

Good work, Sebastian! - Mauro 


First Sketchnotes: Ally Hill


Here is the first sketchnote from Ally Hill. She is graphic design student at Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL. Nice use of color and different typeface.

Keep going, Ally! - Mauro


"It’s sketchy & notey" Sketchnote: Valerie Lord


Here some great sketchnote from Valerie Lord. She learned about the practice at a UX Bookclub in SF meetup led by @katerutter.

Beautiful work, Valerie! -Mauro 



Sketchnote in classroom: Stewart Hudnall

Check out how my friend Stewart Hudnall is adapting sketchnote techniques to his classroom.

 He wrote:

Here is my first attempt of combining Sketchnotes and Teaching. I used the skills I learned in Sketchnoting and applied them to my classroom. I turned off the typical PowerPoint and rolled up the screen and handed out blank sheets of paper.
I told them that we were going to do notes a little different today. I tried this on my two rowdiest classes and it was wonderful to see how the kids reacted to the change. All of a sudden they quieted down and were paying attention. They loved it!! Afterwards a lot of students told me we needed to do that more often and that they loved it. Thanks for all the help with your first book, I can't wait for the second one to come out.