Visual Note Taking / Sketchnotes. The History of Graphic Facilitation. Designer Mike Rohde. IN JANUARY, the Summit Series team commissioned me to attend and capture sketchnotes at Basecamp, a meeting of 650 invite-only guests in Lake Tahoe's Squaw Valley.
I had a great time, met a variety of interesting people and enjoyed live-capturing my experience in sketchnotes during Basecamp weekend. Typically, I post sketchnotes online, or create a PDF of the sketchnotes for attendees of events. I this case I felt strongly that a booklet, created from the sketchnotes would make a great after the fact artifact of the event for the all of the Summiters at the event in Squaw Valley. Audrey and the Summit Series team loved the idea so we began the process of designing a booklet from my sketchnotes. Designing The Booklet Using the multiple pages of sketchnotes I'd scanned, Audrey and I made typo fixes, adjustments and additions to the content, preparing it for printing. Once the final art was approved, my production files went to Pinball Press for printing. Welcome Note and Packaging. First Look: SketchNotes for iPad. RSA Animate - Smile or Die.
Collection: Sketchnotes. SXSW Interactive 2010 Sketchnotes - Rohdesign. I'm back from SXSW Interactive in Austin, Texas and I took along my Moleskine and gel pen to sketchnote it.
This year I decided to capture the experience around SXSW, including my flight, food, music and other experiences (not just panels). Another difference this year: shooting photos of sketchnotes immediately after completion with my iPhone camera on Twitpic. I saw how popular this approach was during NaNoDrawMo and it was popular during SXSW. I enjoyed immediate responses from friends on Twitter, especially those who couldn't make it to Austin. Here is the full set — you can see higher resolution versions on Flickr. Thanks to everyone who encouraged me last week in my sketchnoting! Beacon Lounge Sketchnote Gallery My sketchnote gallery in the Beacon Lounge was well received. Photo by Samantha Warren Visual Thinking 101 Panel Thanks to everyone who came to the Visual Note-Taking 101 panel with Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, Austin Kleon and me.
Photo by Michelle Milla. Sketchnotes of Ezio Manzini at School of the Art Institute of Chicago. This past Monday evening, on an unseasonably warm night in Chicago, sustainability expert Ezio Manzini gave a thought-provoking lecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Mr Manzini is a Professor of Industrial Design at Politecnico Milano, and is a renowned expert in the application of strategic design for sustainability. His perspectives on systems and service design relate nicely to his core message of sustainability, yielding a compelling framework for a vision of the future city. Of course, as your resident sketchnote correspondent, I was there to cover his lecture in drawing-form; the scans of which follow below: Click for larger image Since a bit of time has passed since I last wrote for the Core77 Sketchnotes Channel, let me take this time to briefly revisit the concept of sketchnotes. Ezio's lecture was titled "Small Projects, Large Changes: Scaling Up Sustainable Solutions". What's especially interesting is the role that the designer can play in this scenario. Sketchnotes. Behavioural Dynamics Institute.
34 Design sketch notes. Sketchnotes 2009 & 2010 – A book by Eva-Lotta Lamm. RSA Animate - The Internet in Society: Empowering or Censoring Citizens?