Today we feature the work of Mike Doherty .
I've always been a doodler, but recently I've consciously started creating a few sketchnotes here and there alongside trying to improve my graphic facilitation. I can't 'draw', but I find the process fun and I've also found it has helped me improve my handwriting which has always been terrible! Although I did have my first comment at this session how neat they were; so practise is paying off!I was at a 2 day Certified Scrum Product Owner course in London hosted by Scrum Alliance and the excellent Mike Cohn so I made a commitment to myself to take sketchnotes for the entire two days during the sessions. I usually limited myself to one page for an hour talk or so, and in the end I walked out with 8 small A6 pages. A mixture of key points and items that I think I need to follow up.Tools:I've settled on these the past few months so I can't get into too much detail, thus forcing me to capture only the key points:Pental Liquid Ink V Sign Pens (Black and Blue for emphasis) My current favourites.Orange Bloc Rhodia No 13 (I love the grid to assist me in being a bit neater and that it can fit in a blazer/suit pocket to take
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I love the use of color to highlight concepts and how these sketchnotes are informative while being "essential" and very readable.
Such a good job, Mike!