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The Sketchnote Workbook Update 2 - A Questionnaire

I'M WRITING The Sketchnote Workbook's table of contents right now, and I need your help. I want to hear how you use sketchnotes in your life.

Sketchnote Workbook Questionnaire

I've created a form to learn directly from you how you use sketchnotes. This will help me as I develop the Workbook. Use the link below:

Fill out The Sketchnote Workbook Questionnaire

It shouldn't take more than a few minutes, but if you have a bunch of ideas, take as long as you want to enter your thoughts.

No guarantees, but don't be surprised if I ask you to be included in The Sketchnote Workbook!



Reader Comments (2)

I'd love to see how Mike Rohde (and other "Sketchnoters") would handle a famous speech that we're all familiar with, maybe Kennedy's inaugural or FDR's Day of Infamy speech. It's nice to see examples of Sketchnote styles in the Handbook, but I can't really judge how well that person captured the presentation because I wasn't there. It'd be fun to see how different Sketchnoters would describe the same speech, what diagrams they made or what words they chose to emphasize.

December 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPaul Zieke

Interesting idea Paul. Thanks! I will consider it. :-)

December 20, 2013 | Registered CommenterMike Rohde
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