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A morning at UX Week and three days in San Francisco

I had the pleasure and honor to give my How and Why to Start Sketchnoting talk at UX Week last Tuesday. Though I only was able to stay for the first morning’s sessions, I can tell you that it was a … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Why and How to Start Sketchnoting, IA Summit 2012

At the 2012 IA Summit, I had the pleasure of presenting “Why and How to Start Sketchnoting” to a fantastic audience. [Addendum: If you missed this talk at IA Summit, you can watch a (refined in presentation but very similar in content) … Continue reading

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Sketchnoting User Focus 2011 and Mobile UXCamp DC 2011

Many of us in the DC area turned one-day events User Focus 2011 (a conference by UPA DC) and Mobile UXCamp DC 2011 (a barcamp put on by @glennette and crew) into a two-day conference. I took advantage of the opportunity … Continue reading

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Hello Sketchnoting

Last week, I decided to give sketchnoting a try. Notetaking and sketchnoting have essentially the same purpose: succinctly capture what the speaker said. But sketchnoting, of course, does it with more flair. I heard of sketchnoting only a few months ago. … Continue reading

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