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, living in Ohio.

How can I be showcased on Sketchnote Army?
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Tools for Assessing Complexity Sketchnote 

Tools for Assessing Complexity

Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson reached out a few weeks ago after reading The Sketchnote Handbook, mentioning that she was really digging sketchnoting. Next thing you know, she's publishing her work online!

Above is one of her latest pieces — a sketchnote of Tools for Assessing Complexity from Executing Complex Programs, Stanford Advanced Program Management.

Be sure to visit her website and Flickr photostream.

Keep going Jennifer!


Overheard in a Coffee Shop Sketchnote by @ChristianFreyCA

Overheard in a coffee shop

Christian Frey has taken the concept of sketchnoting in a little different direction - in this case capturing public conversation tidbits from others in a coffee shop.

Check out Christian's website, Tumblr, or follow her on Twitter.


Julian Kücklich's Map of the Media in South Sudan

Absolutely loving Julian Kücklich's brushy sketchnote style for this map of the media in South Sudan.

The blue detail showing the Nile River is so nice! Great job Julian! See more at their Flickr account.


Partnering Concepts Sketchnote - @gary_schroeder


Came across Gary Schroeder's latest post on Flickr — he happened to read The Sketchnote Handbook and gave sketchnoting a try to solve a problem he was encountering:

I just picked up Mike Rohde's "Sketchnote Handbook" yesterday. After reading through it last night, I almost inadvertently began using his process to brainstorm solutions to a web design problem. By golly, he's right! The action of drawing out what you're thinking actually does stimulate more ideas. I think I've found a new medium.

Thanks Gary — it's great to hear this approach it fitting your needs! Keep on going!


Sketchnotes for Task Management - @mikevardy

SketchNoted Tasks

Mike Vardy has read The Sketchnote Handbook and has been experimenting with using sketchnoting concepts with task management and has shared the process and a sample of his tasks for others to consider.

I love seeing creative uses applied to sketchnoting and this certainly is one of those.

Thanks for sharing, Mike!