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The Sketchnote Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking By Mike Rohde,

  • Title: The Sketchnote Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking
  • Author: Mike Rohde
  • ISBN: 9780321857897
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • This gorgeous, fully illustrated handbook tells the story of sketchnotes why and how you can use them to capture your thinking visually, remember key information clearly, and share what you ve captured with others Author Mike Rohde shows you how to incorporate sketchnoting techniques into your note taking process regardless of your artistic abilities to help you bThis gorgeous, fully illustrated handbook tells the story of sketchnotes why and how you can use them to capture your thinking visually, remember key information clearly, and share what you ve captured with others Author Mike Rohde shows you how to incorporate sketchnoting techniques into your note taking process regardless of your artistic abilities to help you better process the information that you are hearing and seeing through drawing, and to actually have fun taking notes The Sketchnote Handbook explains and illustrates practical sketchnote techniques for taking visual notes at your own pace as well as in real time during meetings and events Rhode also addresses most people s fear of drawing by showing, step by step, how to quickly draw people, faces, type, and simple objects for effective and fast sketchnoting The book looks like a peek into the author s private sketchnote journal, but it functions like a beginner s guide to sketchnoting with easy to follow instructions for drawing out your notes that will leave you itching to attend a meeting just so you can draw about it.
    The Sketchnote Handbook The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking This gorgeous fully illustrated handbook tells the story of sketchnotes why and how you can use them to capture your thinking visually remember key information clearly and share what you ve capture

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    1. Quick review for a quick read I ve recently discovered the process of taking sketchnotes after getting into the habit of bullet journaling Bullet journaling is a simple system as created by Ryder Carroll to keep track of tasks and organization, but many people have adapted the process to their own needs and creativity I ve done likewise It was from a number of references that I came across this book.I really liked how easy this book was to follow along and start getting into the process of creat [...]

    2. I used mindmaps than anything else to get me through my Masters degree, and so I have a natural predisposition to visually representing information I also have a good friend who does animated mindmaps see chalksmart , which I also love So, sketchnoting was largely a known idea to me, but I did pick up some new techniques and ideas here It is also completely illustrated, so it is very quick and easy to read 1 2 hours and digest.

    3. Love the layout and style of the book I really like the work book part where you get to practiseI like that the book is easy going, an easy and fun read I feel that the material is rather thin, so there s a lot of repeating going on and many included parts feel very unnecessary like a lot is included to fill it out so it can be classed as a bookSummed up I liked it, it was a fun read but I really wanted some depth and knowledge going in to it.

    4. This book is A WE SOME.It was a great complement to The Doodle Revolution Not only it makes a great point about why to make sketchnotes, but it is full of practical things one can do in order to improve It also has some great examples.It s not a traditional book instead of just text, it is organized as a sketchnote itself Not only you get to use them as a medium, but you also see great example.Seriously, greatly recommended to anybody into visual thinking.

    5. Book Blurb This gorgeous, fully illustrated handbook tells the story of sketchnotes why and how you can use them to capture your thinking visually, remember key information clearly, and share what you ve captured with others There are things I liked about this book, and things I did not I am a really good note taker not bragging, this is just a fact , and I refer to my notes often I am however not a visual note taker I do not have sketches or diagrams in my notes Arrows, and some key notations [...]

    6. Marvelous book I read it in just a few hours and all my notes were sketches The key takeaway is practice, practice, practice, and you will be on your way to sketchnoting everything Listening is also part of that takeaway I recently took a course on drawing for work and notetaking This supplements that very nicely Great fun Mike Rohde practices what he preaches The entire book is sketched BTW this is only available as PDF for those who like their books electronically I assume the heavy graphics i [...]

    7. Yes the book is too short and too expensive and too repetitive but, it is perfect.I love that he gives examples from than 10 other sketchnoters for a variety of how people do what they do I love that they show what they do with mistakes, and that the author shows the difference between a doodle and a high quality sketch.YOU can just doodle You CAN What you draw is individual and unique to you In a world drowning in words, a little doodling and sketching is what we need.TIP To see of what peop [...]

    8. Instructions with clear examples to followReally help to take advantages of your creative right brain s resources

    9. Not that much substance Some good guidelines and drawing tips Like the inclusion of exercises to start building a library of icons and practise drawing simple objects Understand that the objective is to encourage everyone that they have the ability to produce sketchnotes but the message felt too repetitive Maybe the workbook would be useful for me Some of the sketchnote examples were too overwhelming to follow granted, they show the variety of styles, etc.

    10. I enjoyed reading illustrated book, I am not sure if I am going to take my notes this way, but it was really useful to know the options of taking notes I kind of mix the visual note taking with words, it depends on what kind of lecture or talk i am attending.

    11. This books is 80% on importance and structure of sketchnoting, and only 20% deals with teaching actually how to sketch That being said, the way the book develops is organic and the works of sketchbookers are inspiring If you want to get into giving time into sketchnoting, then this is a good go to book I am still looking for a better book on note making though

    12. It s a curious thing to read about a technique that you ve intuitively employed for years without realizing that someone has put a name to it As an educator, I appreciate the way in which Rohde has synthesized the components of this note taking technique and presented them as a platform, not a prescription.

    13. This review was originally posted on my blog at MatthewBogart I don t like to write I m a terrible speller, and I have terrible sentence structure, I use punctuation haphazardly because I don t truly understand it I usually embarrass myself when something I ve written gets published Like, perhaps, right now When people say, I don t know how to draw, I m not an artist I understand I don t know how to write, I m not a writer With all that being said, writing is simply too useful for me to not do i [...]

    14. Ke pozn mkovanie nie je pr a ou, ale bav Vydavate stvo Jan Melvil publishing je esk vydavate stvo literatury osobn ho rozvoje P in me sv m ten m d le it t mata, kter se mnohdy teprve klubou na povrch a jejich v asn znalost ovlivn v sp ch v budoucnosti S ich knihami som sa zozn mil v aka Zen a hotovo a S stredenie Lea Babautu Za al som odobera ich aktuality a cielene som si pre iel zoznam doteraz vydan ch kn h A hne som si pozna il nieko ko k skov, ktor ma zaujali Pr ru ka ske noutingu je prv z n [...]

    15. This illustrated guide to visual note taking explains how sketchnoting is about breaking away from the compulsion to capture every detail of the meeting, instead tuning into the bigger picture, expressing CONCEPTS with drawings, type and text.Rohde s book is a series of sketchnotes explaining what they are, why they are a brilliant way of engaging your mind in meetings and how to listen for big ideas It is also a handbook in the truest sense, outlining different types of sketchnotes and techniqu [...]

    16. The information and skills taught in this book could probably be compressed into a single blog post but then you wouldn t have the beautiful illustrations and diagrams that are the whole point of sketchnoting If you ve been doing visual note taking for a while like I have then you will find this book provide you not just the techniques and frameworks but the inspiration to step up your game.If you like Mike Rohde s books then check out Eva Lotta Lamm s annually published collection of sketchnote [...]

    17. If you doodle incessantly when you take notes, you might already be a sketchnoter I had no idea my visual note taking style all boxes, callouts, doodles, and arrows had a name until I laid eyes on this book It was sort of interesting to read a bit of the psychology behind why I m drawn to visual note taking, and this book even provided some ideas for how to get better at it It s good.

    18. A good quick read for anyone who thinks and learns visually The concepts presented in this book fit right in with the principles of accelerated learning that I use in safety training so it was well worth my time and I will probably go back to it for ideas in the future Thanks to my friend Bharat for recommending it

    19. Cute little book Let it give you permission to draw instead of write if that s what you prefer and let it help you to do those sketchnotes that look so amazeballs on the interwebs fun and inspiring.

    20. Lots of sometimes overwhelming examples of great sketchnotes and useful tips and tricks to start doing some sketchnoting myself I found it quite inspiring, it got me to actually start sketchnoting rather than admiring others work I hope the inspiration will last

    21. Ud lat z prdu 200 str nek, ale na druhou stranu p kn ch str nek Dal ho hodnocen se zdr uju, proto e jsem dost nevizu ln typ, v obr zk ch se ztr c m a pamatuju si sp zvuky A v prvn t d jsem odm tala st obr zky mezi textem

    22. Sketchnote in pretty new concept to me A new form of note taking but with an element of fun and a lots of creativity that improves over time The book was a quick read and informative too Introduced the sketchnoting process in a fun and an intuitive way.

    23. Wow this book is now in my top most liked books Probably the first book I read, which was so visually pleasing 3I would love to request all the readers here to suggest me books on art design illustrations Thanks

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