Sketchnotes books by Eva-Lotta Lamm & Mike Rohde

Sketchnotes books by Eva-Lotta Lamm & Mike Rohde

Although not free like Pixeltalks and Besquare, whose conference video collections ease the agony of not being in countries where these awesome events are held, these Sketchnotes books by Eva-Lotta Lamm are looking really good in my cart right now.

But don’t worry, you can still browse the hundreds of scanned sketches on Flickr, amongst lovely calligraphy to boot. Don’t you just love how the default instinct of the web industry is to share things with the whole world before making a buck?

Kirby Ferguson: Everything is a remix (contd) & Rob Giampetro: Building and Unbuilding & Mandy Brown: The Cut @ Build 2012

Kirby Ferguson: Everything is a remix (contd) & Rob Giampetro: Building and Unbuilding & Mandy Brown: The Cut @ Build 2012

Oliver Reichenstein & Joshua Davis @ Typo San Francisco

Oliver Reichenstein & Joshua Davis @ Typo San Francisco

Tristan Kromer: Hacking the Business Model Canvas @ Agile UX Meetup

Tristan Kromer: Hacking the Business Model Canvas @ Agile UX Meetup

Test print of my new #sketchnotes book arrived

Sketchnotes 2012

Also check out The Sketchnote Handbook from the original sketchnotes guy, Mike Rohde. Free sample chapter can be downloaded here.

AEA Minneapolis Sketchnotes: Jeffrey Zeldman - 01-02

AEA Minneapolis Sketchnotes: Jeffrey Zeldman

SXSW 2012 Sketchnotes: 07-08 Storytelling for Entrepreneurs

SXSW 2012 Sketchnotes: 07-08 Storytelling for Entrepreneurs

Nathan Reading The Sketchnote Handbook

The Sketchnote Handbook

Want even more? Visit Sketchnote Army.

My notes from @swissmiss' sxsw talk '11 rules I live by'

Tina Roth Eisenberg: 11 Rules I Live By at SXSW 2011

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