ESPRESSO is one of my favorite things. I attended a Espresso 101 class at Stone Creek Coffee, and sketchnoted the entire 3 hours of learning. It was a fantastic experience. Highly recommended. See the full set of photos.
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches I want to say thank you. Thank you for subscribing to this newsletter. Thank you for purchasing and sharing my books. Thank you for the constant encouragement. I appreciate you.
My Interview with Officehours
Officehours is a free service dedicated to connecting their members with amazing people, for 10 minutes of free 1-on-1 advice. I was invited to answer some interesting questions about my background as a designer, book writing, and sketchnoting community now that I'm an Officehours Advisor.
Private Sketchnote Workshops
Did you know I teach private sketchnote workshops at places like Ross Business School at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, mcgarrybowen in NYC and Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC? I'd love to teach sketchnoting to your team too. Interested? Let's talk.
♥ Visual Note-Taking for Educators - My friend and Sketchnote Workshop Chicago student Wendi Pillars just released a new book for educators looking to integrate sketchnotes into the classroom. Go get it!
♥ The Incredible Creative Power of One-Minute Sketches - Inc. Magazine writer Ilan Mochari shares ideas on getting your colleagues to see what you mean, through simple, one minute sketches.
♥ The Problem with Fancy Notebooks - Austin Kleon shares a tidbit of wisdom from Merlin Mann's Back to Work Podcast on marking up blank pages in fancy notebooks. His solution? Make your notebook “a safe place, a place where you can go to make a mess.”
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