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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.

Binaebi Akah, curator: Sr. UX Designer, sketchnoter, author, living in Ohio.

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Sketchnoter's Stories you may like

What make a Sketchnote a good Sketchnote?

This is a good question our friend Marc Bourguignon posed about 2 weeks ago.


As usual the prolific Sketchnoters Community didn't take to long to respond. Following there are all of the responses I found on Twitter. If I missed someone please, let us know through or submission form .












Palliative Care Sketchnoted by Susan Newton

EOL Professionals

Today we feature the work by Susan Newton .

She wrote:

I am a palliative medicine doctor. I draw simple sketchnotes for patients, carers, and health care professionals, in order that the care of the dying is a little less mystifying and a little better in practice.

Don't miss other Susan's sketchnotes on her Flickr Album

Not an easy topic at all and I really love these crisp and clear sketchnotes.

I'm impressed Susan.

Thank you for sharing with us.

- Mauro 



Sketchnoting books: Pavel Cerny

Here is the sketchnoted summary by Pavel Cerny of Dan Roam's book BLAH BLAH BLAH. 

I like the idea of a radiad structure and the clockwise flow.

Well done Pavel!

- Mauro 


"Guest Orientation" training by Joanna Schippee

Here is a great example of radial structure by Joanna Schipper.

She wrote:

A sketchnote designed for new hotel staff who may be pondering what exactly implies "guest orientation". The sketchnotes mentions a few specific features of it.

I like the visual elements underlining each section and the bigger lettering for the key concepts.

Well done, Joanna.

- Mauro


Tapestry Conference for Data Storytelling captured by Catherine Madden

Today we feature  the beautiful work by Catherine Madden .

She wrote:

This is a series of sketchnotes I created to document the great messages from the speakers at the 2016 Tapestry Conference for Data Storytelling. This is my favorite conference of the year because it is small, and the content is right at the sweet spot of my skills and interests. This day was pretty exhausting because I was also presenting a lightning talk on the power of drawing in visual storytelling  and I was struggling to keep up by the end of the day. Luckily, Nick Sousanis provided a fantastic closing keynote with many great visuals to include. I use Paper by FiftyThree on an Apple Pencil and iPad pro.

You can see the slides here: .

Great work!

Thanks for sharing Catherine.

- Mauro

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