Let’s Sketchnote! at MidwestUX 2012

This morning I had the pleasure of co-leading a workshop with Binaebi Akah and Charlene McBride.

We had a fantastic group at the workshop, with lots of great participation and questions and most of all, great sketchnoting! I am especially thankful to those folks who brought up their notes to share with the group. What courage and candor and fabulous work.

The slide decks, yo

The slides are pretty minimal; the action was in the workshop. But, here they are anyway, both the workshop slides and the “Organizing Sketchnotes” notecards from my portion of Act 2.

Let’s Sketchnote!

Organizing Sketchnotes

Resources

If there’s something we mentioned that isn’t here, let me know, and I’ll add it.

Tools

Two folks (Charlene and a gent from the audience) sketchnoted with iPads. They used the following styli and apps:

That’s all for now…

If you’re here with us at MidwestUX, I look forward to meeting you (perhaps again) during the weekend. Say hi!

And otherwise, keep sketchnoting and be sure to share your notes with us. Use the #sketchmwux hashtag this weekend, and the #sketchnotes hashtag as you continue to practice.

Cheers!

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About Veronica Erb

Designs, researches, illustrates, and writes code. Plays ukulele. Dances Balboa. Grew up in a geodesic dome, and hasn't gotten over it.
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3 Responses to Let’s Sketchnote! at MidwestUX 2012

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