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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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Friday
Feb172017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: GIRL POWER Season 3, Episode 5: Diane Bleck

Diane Bleck

Diane Bleck is an innovation strategist, graphic recorder and facilitator, and the founder of the Doodle Institute. In this discussion we walk about her work in the visual thinking world as the Doodle Girl!

Learn about the work Diane is doing, her tools and how we both think there is a ton of opportunity for everyone in the community. Listen in!

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Show notes

DIANE’S 3 TIPS

  1. Doodle and doodle something every day for creative ideas.
  2. This isn’t about art, it’s about ideas. Unicorns eat Gremlins!
  3. Draw with a child for a magical experience.

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Monday
Feb132017

Jakarta to Komodo Islands Travelogue: David Leuliette

Extreme sketchnoting during my travel

Today we feature our friend David Leuliette

He wrote:

Soldier David to report! I traveled 30 days in Indonesia, from Jakarta to Komodo Islands and I amm still aliiive. All the best ❤️

David is an experience traveler and we already had the pleasure to have him here with his travelogue 100 days across South America : Lima to Ushuaïa .

I suggest to visit his Flickr Album for the whole travelogue.

Thank you for sharing David, can't wait for the next adventure!

- Mauro

 

Friday
Feb102017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: GIRL POWER Season 3, Episode 4: Katharina Theis-Bröhl

Katharina

Katharina Theis-Bröhl is a physicist who loves to sketchnote scientific ideas, like solar energy, as well was a passion for teaching others to sketchnote.

A colleague and friend of Rob Dimeo, she shares her experiences finding sketchnotes, using digital and analog tools and her 3 tips for sketchnoters.

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Show notes

KATHARINA’S 3 TIPS

  1. Take part in challenges to learn more and get better.
  2. Don’t stress yourself out! Keep it fun!
  3. Publish your work for the community!

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Friday
Feb102017

When a Sketchnote become a "Turning Point": Matt Stroud

Here is an interesting work by Matt Stroud

He wrote:

This is a sketchnote I took back in May about project management techniques. Reason I'm sharing this, and not a more recent one, is that this note seemed to mark a turning point where my colleagues began to appreciate the value of more visual note taking.

I'm happy Matt decided to share this sketchnote: it is important.

I think we all have a sketchnote that made the difference and reppresent a "turning point" like Matt says. There is something that "click" and we get the awarenes that sketchnote is not only for our personal notes and can be use to effectively communicate and share concepts. 

I would like to invite you all to share your "turning points" with us! 

Submit your sketchnote and it's story: What's your Turning Point?

Thank you for sharing this Matt! 

- Mauro

Monday
Feb062017

Assistive Technology and Sketchnote: Brian S. Friedlander

Here a few tips from Brian S. Friedlander, Ph.D. .

He wrote

I recently started sketch noting and creating infographics using WACOM Bamboo slate and bamboo paper. I find that I'm able to explain concepts around educational technology better using simple graphics it along with text. I plan on using some of these infographics and sketch notes with my college students next semester.

If you are interested in assistive technology, I suggest to visit Brian blog.

Thank you for sharing with us Brian.

- Mauro

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