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Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 7 – Dita Goembira

By Bruno Winck on Sunday, December 9th, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

Dita Goembira is the furthest sketchnoter on the planet I know. She was the one I was less likely to ever meet. Yet I was intrigued. She too was in the fabulous Doodle Girl & Friend facebook Group. With her, with Ayoka, with Diane and others, we kept chatting and sharing drawings for a year. The magic […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 6 – Ayoka Kaiser

By Bruno Winck on Sunday, December 9th, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

Technically Ayoka is the first sketchnoter I met in real life. She paid me a visit on her way to the French Atlantic Ocean coast. I knew her from the “Doodle Girl & Friend” facebook group. The group Diane Bleck created for her students. I spent a lot of time in this group and gained […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 5 – Mike Rohde

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, December 6th, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

Of course, I heard about Mike Rohde, his books, his work as an illustrator for famous books Rework and Remote. At that time, I was a bit short cash and buying more books was not a priority. That postponed my encounter with the work of Mike. Finally, in 2017, I bought the books, read them […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 3 – Tammay Vora

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

I’ve never met Tammay, but I know we have 3 love in common. Tammay lives in India, he draws and he’s passionate about how people learn and share. I came across Tammay’s tweets illustrated with his sketchnotes late 2015. Has such he has been in my Personal Learning Network for Sketchnoting for a long while. […]

Sketchnote Advent Calendar: 2 – Sylvia Duckworth

By Bruno Winck on Monday, December 3rd, 2018 in Advent calendar, Visual Thinking. No Comments

Even if you don’t know her, you know her drawings. Sharp drawings made with bright colors explaining complex topics in learning or psychology. If I show you one, you’ll say “oh yes, I recognize this style”. Like this one, shared by my friend Diana Battery Life #ftw 👍(by @sylviaduckworth via @chboursin)#wifi#tech#humor pic.twitter.com/rJOJEIxj4t — Diana Adams […]