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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.

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Tenerife Travel Sketchnotes by @michalserwinski


Michał Serwiński from Krakow, Poland, decided to try sketchnoting a trip to Tenerife - otherwise known as the Canary Islands — his work turned out great!

Even if you can't read Polish, enjoy the fun way Michał has recorded his travel with drawings and lettering, combined.

Thanks for sharing Michał!


RWD Summit 2012 Sketchnotes by @benjaminsnorris

E4H RWD Summit sketchnotes page 1

Benjamin Norris has been busy doing some great sketchnote work at conferences lately, so I wanted to share some of his recent work for you to enjoy and learn from. Above is a sample of his sketchnote work from RWD Summit 2012 — check out the full set of these sketchnotes on Flickr and be sure to visit Ben's website too.


Happiness, Growth, & Public Policy Sketchnotes by @WilljHopkins

Sketchnotes from Happiness, Growth, & Public Policy

Will Hopkins captured a talk called "Happiness, Growth, & Public Policy" by Professor Richard A. Easterlin, Ph.D. I love the simplicity of Will's lines and imagery here, as they communicate clearly what he was hearing and thinking.

Be sure to see Will's Sketchnotes set on Flickr or his website for more info.


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.