There are several great sketchnoters in the DC club who captured my talk in sketchnote form. Three of these sketchnotes were posted today.
I've included their sketchnotes below with a little commentary on each one.
Carolyn was the mastermind behind my visit DC. Her style is type focused, with lovely shapes drawn loosely at the event, which are filled in with ink after the event. Her initial state appears below with the completed state on top. I love her organic type:
Jessica's sketchnotes are more minimalist, with more whitespace around her lettering, shapes and text. In my talk I put focus on listening for big ideas and Jessica is doing just that with these notes. She was so fired up, she captured sketchnotes from Eva-Lotta Lamm's sketchnote talk at WebExpo 2010 as well:
Erin's sketchnotes are a bit more sketchy. I love the texture she's achieved with her pen on these notes. I'm also digging the horizontal nature of the spread, use of graphical elements, separators and varied typography that make these notes so interesting:
Similar, Yet So Different
It's fascinating to see such different sketchnote styles emerge from the same talk, captured from three different perspectives. I love it!
Thanks ADCMW for the invitation to speak — I had a great time!Photo: Samantha Warren