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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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Sketchnoter's Stories you may like

First Sketchnote: Todd Sattersten @toddsattersten

Here is a work by Todd Sattersten .  

He wrote:

I attended the 2017 Association of Talent Development Summit this year. There were several great sessions and I decided to create my first sketchnote covering my favorite learnings on employee development, positive psychology and executive education.

Well done Todd! Keep going and keep us informed n your progress!

- Mauro



Customer Centred Approach: Tracey Ferreira @spark0ver

Today's guest is Tracey Ferreira 

She wrote:

Having a customer centred approach is mission critical for today's marketing leaders. This #fieldnote provides a one page summary of thinking on the topic by

Good work Tracey!

- Mauro


Sketchoting in Church: Dawn Pope @Doodlesbydawnp 

Here is a beautiful work by Dawn Pope .

She wrote:

"This is a sketchnote that I created on my iPad with the Apple Pencil and the Procreate App. I completed most of the work live during the service. I have been taking sketchnotes in church for 2 years now and I find it highly rewarding."

I like the clean 2 columns structure and the gentle color palette.

Good job Dawn!

- Mauro 


"World of Tanks" by Steve Silbert @SteveSilbert

Today we are very happy to welcome an old friend of ours: Steve Silbert 

He wrote:

As an agile coach I'm always looking for new ways to connect software developers with agile concepts. In my case, the teams I was working with were all video gamers. So I made an excuse to take up my XBox controller and play hours of World of Tanks. What I found was that the technique of mob programming is very similar to what I observed while playing the game. What better way to teach the programming technique than to make a sketchnote showing the parallels and facilitating a conversation with the developers. The teams were able to make the connection and immediately begin to put their discoveries into practice.

Very interesting, as usual, Steve!

Thank you for sharing with us.

- Mauro 



Sketchnoting about Neurodiversity: Raffaelina Rossetti @DenkflowRR 


Un post condiviso da @denkflowrr in data: 28 Mag 2017 alle ore 05:45 PDT


I particularly love this sketchnote by Raffaelina Rossetti.

Here is her short but powerful quote:

This Sketchnote is dedicated to neurodiversity. Let's value minds of all types!

Great work Raffaelina, I love your style.

- Mauro

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