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Mike Rohde, creator: Designer, author of The Sketchnote Handbook & Workbook, and illustrator, living in Wisconsin.

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The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 1: ISC17 Recap

ISC17 Recap: Mike, Gail, and Mike

In this episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, Mike is joined by two very special guests. His wife Gail and Professor Michael Clayton as they recap the first International Sketchnote Camp in Hamburg. Listen in!


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  • Intro
  • Michael Clayton’s experience
  • Breakdown of the events
  • Gail’s experience
  • Turkish food at Mr Kebab!
  • After the conference
  • Michael at the Berlin VizThink
  • Michael Clayton’s perspective of the event
  • Gail’s experience of the event
  • The post event dinner on the feuerschiff
  • Saying goodbye
  • Planning for the next conference
  • Parting thoughts
  • Name change?
  • End credits

Special thanks to Christopher Wilson for the show notes!








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Goodnotes App tips by Neil McManus @neilm2 

Here is a work by Neil McManus

He wrote

I'm just getting started with sketchnoting on my iPad Pro. I'm not a designer so sketchnoting for me is more about working through ideas and plans than illustrating. I've tried a few programs, including Paper 53, Notability and Procreate. I've settled on Goodnotes for a few reasons I list in this sketchnote.

Good job Neil! 

Thank you for sharing with us.

- Mauro



First Sketchnote: Sarah van de Berg @adoorabell

First Sketchnote is the category of posts we LOVE the most.

Today we are happy to feature Sarah van de Berg   

She wrote:

So pleased to share my very first Sketchnotes, taken Thursday at an update on the Wigan Council transformation of Children's Services. I found that I'd not quite finished the double page spread when the briefing came to an end, so I added the picture of the speaker afterwards, all other notes and embellishments were done in the session.

Wow! looks like you're a "natural"!

Keep going Sarah and keep us posted about your progress!

- Mauro 


"Culture eats Strategy for breakfast" lecture captured by Sabine 

Here is a work by Sabine AKA Kensa.

She wrote:

"Hi all, For one year I read your book. I was really inspired. I try to use more and more Sketchnotes in meetings & events. I am really impressed about the sketchnotearmy to see how many people sketch and how we could illustrate a lot of ideas! thanks for sharing "

Do not miss other Sabine's sketchnotes on her website .

Thank you Sabine! The work and passion of those like you and other sketchnoters around the world is what motivate and inspire us!

- Mauro



Sketchnotes & Comics Workshop for Students & Teachers: Dr. Andrew Wales @andrewwales_

Here is an interestin sketchnote from Dr. Andrew Wales blog post  Sketchnotes & Comics Workshop for Students & Teachers .

He wrote:

"Recently I've had the pleasure of presenting workshops for teachers and kids on Sketchnotes and Comics. After an introductory presentation last week for teachers, we tried it with kids today at the Endless Mountains Writing Project camp for youth -- Writing with Power!

We've heard for years that the use of graphic organizers is an effective research-based teaching strategy. Both sketchnotes and comics provide simple tools students can use to create their own graphic organizers as they listen and learn."

This is truly great!

Thank you for sharing with us Andrew!

- Mauro

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