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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

How to create a high-converting email campaign - a sketchnote by Selina Wragg

I love this sketchnote by Selina Wragg .

She wrote:

This is one of my favourite sketchnotes! I created it after watching a joint webinar between Kissmetrics and Campaign Monitor, about how to create a high-converting email campaign. It lists some crucial points that every marketer should include on their checklist when creating campaigns, and it's really helped me in my job. I went into more detail in this accompanying blog post:

Well done Selina!

- Mauro


Ohio State Youth Convention of the Church of God - Sketchnote by Joe Watkins 

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Today guest is Joe Watkins .

He wrote:

This is one of four sketchnotes that I did live at the Ohio State Youth Convention of the Church of God. It was my first time ever doing sketchnotes as a hired artist. I was also given the opportunity to teach two classes on sketchnoting, and we didn't have enough space for all the kids who wanted to be a part of it.

Woohoo! Seems it was a great event.

Thanks for sharing with us Joe.

- Mauro



"Boxes and Connectors are Important ": Nick Hood 

Today we feature a sketchnote by Nick Hood .

He wrote:

I've been taking notes from seminars and readings recently using a sketchnote approach. I find it a very quick and visual way to capture essential concepts and ideas. I'm no artist, so no fancy cartoons or fonts but boxes and connectors are important for structure. Two colours for shading help lift the structure off the page.

Completely agree, Nick!

You ca see more of Nock's works on his website.

- Mauro


"Avoid Stupid, Unleash Awesome" talk captured by Talia Lancaster

Here is a sketchnote by Talia Lancaster .

She wrote:

I did this sketchnote of a talk by a colleague of mine, Renesh Moodley - the talk was entitled "Avoid Stupid, Unleash Awesome". He's creating a DevOps South Africa website, the logo for which is a ninja cat riding a unicorn (so much material for sketchnoting)! It was all about empowering teams with true autonomy and trust - definitely something we can all learn to do more of.

I made this sketchnote at the Regional Scrum Gathering in South Africa, which was organised by SUGSA. Some of my colleagues and I took a trip down to Cape Town, what an awesome experience!

Very Interesting Talia!

Thanks for sharing with us.

- Mauro




"Sketchnotes help me focus": Samantha Rabino



Today we welcome Samantha Rabino .

She wrote: 

It's very liberating to have a teacher who encourages sketchnotes. Usually I'm the student at the beginning of the year who has to tell my teachers, "If I'm drawing while you're lecturing, I swear I'm paying attention! Doodling helps me focus!"

This made me smile Samatha! I bet we all passed through this!

Well done!

- Mauro


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