This year I decided to hold a sketchnote seder. I started by sketchnoting the fifteen major seder steps on a nine foot long paper on top of my dining room table. I placed two colored gel pens at each seat and only put out a water glass and a wine glass as the place setting. […]
At this year’s InnoVAte Virginia Jason Allen Ashlock (@jasonashlock on Twitter) gave the afternoon keynote on “The Storyteller’s Secret: How Narrative Intelligence Can Transform Your Organization.” A highly engaging speaker, he started with a hook, then told us he was going to talk about five types of story arcs that businesses use to tell a […]
On February 26 Mike Rohde, author of The Sketchnote Handbook and curator of The Sketchnote Army, interviewed Marianne Rady, a scrum master and sketchnoter. Listen to the Sketchnote Army Podcast on SoundCloud and learn about Marianne’s take on the intersection between Agile and Visual Thinking.
While at the Sketchnote Symposium last weekend I was fortunate to spend time with my friend Mike Rohde, author of The Sketchnote Handbook and the person who coined the term “sketchnote.” He’s a very down-to-earth, unassuming, and non-judgemental person with is a wonderful speaker and wholly approachable. I got him to share his pencil case […]
At last weekend’s Sketchnote Symposium Mike Rohde (@rohdesign), author of The Sketchnote Handbook, shared some pro tips for sketching on whiteboards in meetings. Below is my sketchnote of Mike’s talk. Do your homework. Learn the topic beforehand so you go into the meeting with a shared understanding of the content. Plan your layout. Plan ahead […]