The Sketchnote Handbook

Taking notes during presentations helps me stay focused and to remember the content. Visual notetaking aka sketchnoting is more fun and the result is more interesting to others.

If you’ve never tried sketchnoting, check out “the sketchnote handbook” for a head start.

The book practises what it preaches and is very visually engaging. I especially enjoyed the guest sketchnotes at the end of each chapter. They introduce you to a range of styles and elements. Very interesting!

Published by Corinna Baldauf

Corinna Baldauf has filled every Scrum role there is and then some. Currently she spends most of her days writing and occasionally facilitating retrospectives. She's interested in lean, agile, coaching, leadership & UX. You can follow her on Twitter, subscribe to her (Retromat) newsletter and buy her books.

2 replies on “The Sketchnote Handbook”

  1. I’ve only recently taken up Sketchnoting, and it really is a powerful memory tool! Where only two years ago I could usually only tell that a conference had been good, now I can easily talk for an hour about all the things I’ve seen based on my notes.

    1. Great to hear! I hope to get into a habit of sketchnoting. Not quite there, yet. I usually remember I wanted to sketchnote a good ways into a talk :/

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