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World Sketchnote Day 2019!

Grab your pencils, pens and sharpies & join the Sketchnote Army for today’s worldwide celebration of taking — and sharing — visual notes. Mike Rohde, author of the Sketchnote Handbook  and Workbook, coined the term for the method of note-taking … Continue reading

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Countdown Commencing…

Less than 2 weeks remain until I return to SXSWedu again. I’m excited about returning to what I describe as the “Land of A-Ha’s” where creativity and learning come together in a dazzling display of keynote talks, featured speakers, panel … Continue reading

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5 Folks I Follow

Admittedly I am an amateur in my endeavors in creativity. That’s why I look to others for inspiration and guidance. Here’s 5 of my favorite creative people I follow — take a look, and maybe you wan to follow them, … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Doodle…

On Friday, I’ll be hosting another round of ” ‘I CAN’T DRAW’ — a doodle playground” as a Creative Mornings Austin Field Trip for a second time. In preparation, here’s part of my opening piece, adapted from part of Sunni Brown‘s 2015 … Continue reading

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I STILL Can’t Draw!

That doesn’t stop me from doodling, though, as I’ve told you before. I’ve been doodling for a couple of years now, usually during various gatherings, conferences, or meetings. By sharing those doodles openly, I also seemed to have gained a bit of … Continue reading

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“How to Stay Curious (by Doing Something as Simple as Doodling)” — SXSWedu 2015

another deeper dive into my sketchnote doodles from SXSWedu 2015 At the start of SXSWedu 2015, I had been really looking forward to seeing one  presenter in particular: Sunni Brown. I had seen her present about Gamestorming previously and thoroughly enjoyed that playful approach to … Continue reading

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“I can’t draw.”

It’s a common refrain from most adults whenever you ask them to draw anything. Ask instead, “Do you doodle?” Confessing yourself a doodler embarrasses a lot of people. Many of us got in trouble for doodling in school and got the message … Continue reading

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