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In this episode, Scott H. Young, author of Ultralearning, talks with us about how he uses visualization techniques for his learning, memory and critical thinking. Special thanks to Xina Gooding Broderick (Guest on Season 8) for connecting Mike with Scott! Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concept…
 
Connie Yang is a design leader with experience in consumer and fintech, and is currently the Head of Payments Design at Stripe. Previously, she led design at Coinbase and created products for platforms and global at Facebook. She enjoys asking questions and finding the bits of magic that surround us in everyday life. CONNECT WITH CONNIE YANG Twitte…
 
In this episode, sketchnoter and teacher Chris Wilsontalks about language learning with sketchnotes and his use of obsidian to connect his sketchnotes together in an interconnected way. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts. An infinite canvas sketching app built for tablets with a stylus, l…
 
Michael Riddering ("Ridd") is the founding designer at Maven and the creator of Figma Academy—a new online course that teaches advanced design tactics directly within Figma. He's been designing products every day for over a decade and is passionate about improving the way we learn online. LOOKING FOR ADVANCED LEVEL COURSE ON FIGMA? Take your Figma …
 
In this episode, William Warren, founder and CEO of The Sketch Effect, shares how he went from an aspiring cartoonist to a marketing executive to founding a graphic recording and sketchnoting business. Hear how he founded his company then organically grew from a team of 1 to a team of 19. Learn how William and his team adapted to the 2020 pandemic …
 
Tanmay Vora has integrated visuals deeply into his leadership training and business consulting through visual co-creation, helping businesses visualize ideas worth sharing. In this episode he shares what that looks like in his everyday practice. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts. An infi…
 
Graeme wrote his first line of code aged 8, in 1992 on a Commodore 64, and built his first website in 1998. He's solved design problems for clients such as VW, Johnson and Johnson, the British Royal Family and the UK Government. His expertise spans many disciplines including user research, service design, UX / product design, and creative direction…
 
In this episode, Lai Chee Chiu talks about her use of drawing to define and improve processes and how drawing is a secret superpower in her solopreneur business. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts. An infinite canvas sketching app built for tablets with a stylus, like the iPad Pro, Micros…
 
In this episode Kris Neckelmann shares how getting fired from a bank job inspired her to go full-time into visualization. You’re going to love this passionate interview! Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts. An infinite canvas sketching app built for tablets with a stylus, like the iPad Pro…
 
Aashish Dalal is the founder and former CEO of ParkWhiz. In 2008, Aashish created the company to simplify the parking experience by connecting drivers with an open parking space. Since then, ParkWhiz has become the nation's top booking platform, conducting millions of transactions on its apps, saving drivers time and money. Under his leadership, Pa…
 
In this episode, agile visualizer Adrien Liard shares how his lifelong obsession with drawing led to a brief career in graffiti which became a foundation for Adrien’s agile development career and his live, graphic recording practice. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts. An infinite canvas …
 
In this episode we’ll hear from Franziska Schwarz, a science communicator, PhD in nutritional medicine, and graphic recorder who visualizes science ideas. Franziska shares how falling asleep in university classes led her to explore visuals as a way to communicate scientific ideas in a new, refreshing way. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the S…
 
Billy got into marketing in 2010, when he left his career to run his home beer brewing website. Since then, Billy has been the marketing brains behind some of the top online entrepreneurs and course creators. His clients include David Perell, Tiago Forte, Kimberly Snyder, and Ryan Deiss. LEARN HOW TO GET MORE PROSPECTS TO SAY YES TO YOUR PRODUCT Si…
 
Andreas Gaertner — illustrator, professional graphic recorder, author — shares lessons he’s learned on his journey from tattoo artist to professional visual thinker that draws live for large companies and teaches others to draw live too. Listeners: You have access to a special discount code sketchnoteArmy2022 for a 35% discount on Andreas’ Graphic …
 
In this episode, Zsofi Lang journeyed from NGOs and international development in Brussels, Belgium — into live sketchnoting, illustration, and mural-making. She shares what she’s learned from transformative, team-building exercises where she guides teams to create large-scale murals together that map their culture and values. Sponsored by Concepts …
 
Dave is a Design Practices Lead for IBM's Cloud and Cognitive Software division. He recently published a Business of Design field guide and worked with IBM's chief design officer to create business of design resources and workshops for their over 600 designers. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BUSINESS OF DESIGN Read Dave Huber's article to learn how to articu…
 
In this episode, Andy McNally, an illustrator, designer, and sketchnoter, shares how he creates sketchnotes of Apple technology events, has added digital to his analog sketchnoting toolset and more! Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts. An infinite canvas sketching app built for tablets wit…
 
Mike Rohde is a designer, teacher and illustrator with a passion for visualizing ideas and teaching people how to think visually and be more creative. INTERESTED IN TAKING VISUAL NOTES? Buy the best selling Sketchnote Handbook and learn how to incorporate sketch noting techniques into your note-taking process regardless of your artistic abilities -…
 
In this episode, hear from Renée Stevens an interactive and immersive designer, educator, author, and speaker focused on innovative to use Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Extended Reality (XR). Renée shares how sketchnoters and visual thinkers are needed to contribute their creative vision and skills in these mixed reality spaces …
 
In this first episode of season 11, I talk with Paul Mignard who creates the popular Sketchy Sermons series on Instagram. Learn how Paul got into his work, his process, and more! Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts. An infinite canvas sketching app built for tablets with a stylus, like the…
 
Sketchnote Army Podcast Season 11 starts next week! Hey, It’s Mike Rohde, and I’m here to announce season 11 of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is launching on Tuesday, February 15th, 2022. This season we’re adding YouTube videos for every episode so you can hear the podcast episodes — or watch them! Special thanks to this season’s sponsor, Concepts, t…
 
Samantha Berg is an award-winning design leader with nearly 15 years of experience envisioning, creating, and shipping next-generation consumer products. She leads and motivates teams with proven success across a variety of environments, including large-scale tech companies, mid-sized design consulting firms, and venture backed start-ups. She is pa…
 
Rob Hope is a South African born web designer, developer and Maker who runs One Page Love, Email Love and Yo! After a decade freelancing, he finally took the leap to work on his side projects full time. When not building online he loves to surf, bird watch and listen to 90s punk rock. STRENGTHEN YOUR LANDING PAGES Buy the Landing Page Hot Tips eboo…
 
Andrej Berlin is the co-founder and CEO of Deep Work. He has been involved in the design of over 100 different products and services from open source teams, start-ups, enterprises and fortune 500 companies. He is an advocate for mental and physical health and considers work as an integral part of a meaningful life. WORK REMOTE ON PAID WEB3 PROJECTS…
 
Amit Patel is a Toronto-born product designer/manager, now living in London, United Kingdom. He is the founder and currently Creative Director of Experience Haus, a digital skills training provider and consultancy. He has worked in product management and product design roles across many industries and in various sizes of companies, from startups (i…
 
Michal Malewicz started designing back in 1999, initially for fun, gaming related projects. Back then a web designer was the person who both designed and coded the front-end, so he had to quickly learn to code too. He worked in a couple of agencies and in 2013 started his own design agency HYPE4. He also teaches design at SWPS University in Poland,…
 
In this final episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast for season 10, Alec and Mike have gathered all the tips: from this season and have added an uplifting music soundtrack to them. We hope this unique listening experience will inspire you as you reflect on this year and prepare for the new year ahead. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketc…
 
Rik Lomas is the founder and CEO of SuperHi, a company that helps creative people all over the world learn the skills they want to learn. Their mission is to provide the highest quality education as accessibly as possible. Over the last four years, SuperHi has taught tens of thousands of creative industry professionals in 90+ countries learn skills…
 
In this episode, hear from Anh Bui, a graphic recorder and illustrator who lives and works independently in Germany. Hear Anh’s story of discovering graphic recording, and how a wise manager graciously facilitated the opportunity for her to develop skills as a graphic recorder. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is br…
 
In this episode, branding and storytelling expert Marc Gutman shares how he uses images and words together to tell the stories of brands for entrepreneurs and businesses. Learn about Marc’s unique visual task list and how sketchnotes have integrated themselves into his life, in this interesting interview. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the S…
 
In this episode, Mina Legend shares how she connects the dots from tango dancing moves and bartending skills to make her visual thinking unique. Hear how she and her visual thinking firm, Big Brain Agency, provide live scribing and visual facilitation for small and large customers in Sweden, Europe, and worldwide. Sponsored by Concepts This episode…
 
Brian Lovin is a designer, podcaster, writer, and software tinkerer. He is currently building native mobile apps at GitHub. Before GitHub, he co-founded Spectrum, a platform for large-scale communities to have better public conversations. Spectrum was acquired by GitHub in November, 2018. Before Spectrum he designed payments experiences at Facebook…
 
In this episode, Michael Geiß-Hein, better known as “Mister Maikel” from Germany, shares his journey from analog-only to adding digital graphic recording and sketchnoting to his company’s options. Mister Maikel also talks about his experience creating his new book on sketchnoting, “Sketchnotes, Dein Workshop” or “Sketchnotes, Your Workshop” where h…
 
In this episode I talk with Ben Norris, a software developer, sketchnoter, mental health advocate, blacksmith, a loving husband and father of 7. Ben shares his passion for mental health, and how sketchnoting is a meditative practice he’s used to support his own journey with ideas for you too. Journey along with us on this thoughtful discussion. Spo…
 
James Traf is a designer & entrepreneur, building simple digital products. Previously he co-founded Spoil (YC-backed startup, raised $500k) and is now building small, profitable internet products like Super a simple way to turn your Notion pages into fast, functional websites. He is forever distracted with side projects. TURN YOUR NOTION PAGES INTO…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I talk with Sheena Mays, a music teacher, sketchnoter, and lettering artist about her journey from music to sketchnoting to hand-lettering. Learn how hand-lettering as therapy for multiple sclerosis led Sheena to launch a hand-lettering and sketchnoting company — in the pandemic — and how this challenge strengthened …
 
In this episode, Matt Ragland, a productivity guide, creator coach, and sketchnoter, talks about how he integrates sketchnoting elements into his productivity practice. Learn how your abilities as a creative person can enhance your productivity practice, and why your bullet journal pages don’t need to be Instagram-worthy to be valuable to you. Time…
 
Saptarshi Prakash aka "Sapta" is an engineer from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Madras. He chose Digital Experience Designing as his profession because problem-solving can go well beyond the limits of engineering. As a professional, he has worked with some of the well known startups of India like Housing.com, Zeta and many other bi…
 
In this episode of the podcast, hear from Josie Dee — a sketchnoter, author, script-writer, and poet as she shares how she entered into visual thinking and continues to use Sketchnotes every day in unique ways. Josie found a niche at work where she captures sketchnotes that help clarify communications, and how initially it was a challenge to convin…
 
In this episode, I talk with compulsive sketchnoter and designer, Rasagy Sharma from India. Learn how Rasagy came into design and sketchnoting from computer science, coding and engineering. Hear Rasagy talk about the hard work of improving his handwriting and how that led to his sketchnoting practice. I think you’re going to enjoy this interview! S…
 
JT Grauke is a Brand Designer with a BFA in musical theater. Through strategy & story, he helps clients align their goals with the goals of their customers. He is married to his best friend Kelsey and together they live life to the fullest raising their two little boys. HIRE JT FOR YOUR BRANDING NEEDS Does your brand struggle to tell a story? Do yo…
 
In this episode, Ari Alvarez, a visual thinker, design thinker, and teacher from Mexico City, Mexico, talks about her shift from being an industrial design professor at university into full-time visual thinking and teaching. She shares how experiencing professional and person burnout led her to this radical change into full-time visual thinking. Th…
 
Martin Ringlein is a serial entrepreneur and active investor. He is currently help run, Gather, a personal financial management fintech startup. Prior, Martin was Global Head of R&D at Eventbrite, where Martin joined pre-IPO through the acquisition of his start-up, nvite, in late 2016. Martin’s first company, nclud, a research and design consultanc…
 
In this episode I talk with Dario Paniagua, visual thinker, coach, and ex-advertising agency veteran. Dario’s mission? Helping amateur scribes become professional visual thinkers with his courses and his coaching. You’ll hear about his journey out of the agency world into visual thinking. You’ll also learn about his courses that help you create met…
 
In this episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, I talk with Eleanor Beer, a Graphic Facilitator and Illustrator near Cardiff, United Kingdom. Hear Eleanor’s origin story of how she came into the visualization space as well as the challenges she overcame during pandemic by adding digital graphic facilitation to her analog work. Sponsored by the Sket…
 
We kick off season 10 with talented illustrator and creative leader, Alejo Porras! Alejo is creative lead at The Sketch Effect, a company that offers graphic recording and explainer videos. He’s a trained and talented illustrator and also works as an artist coach, helping artists reclaim their joy in art. He shares stories about his work at The Ske…
 
Mike discovered Improv when he lived in Chicago and started taking classes at Second City and iO (formerly improvOlympic). Improv taught Mike how to be present and more aware of the moment as well as how to listen and absorb information instead of just listening to respond. He also learned (and frequently witnessed) that a group can create more ama…
 
I have great guest interviews for your listening pleasure, including: Alejo Porras Eleanor Beer Dario Paniagua Ari Alvarez Rasagy Sharma Josie Dee Matt Ragland Sheena Mays Ben Norris Mister Maikel Mina Legend Marc Gutman Ahn Bui I think you are going to LOVE season 10! New episodes start next week Monday, September 6th, 2021 with Alejo Porras, so k…
 
Preet is the founder of DesignX – one of the largest UX & design communities in North America, and the curator, founder and host of renowned design conferences such as Design Leadership Summit, Remote Design Week, 5 to 9 Conference and more. Over his design career spanning 10+ years, Preet has had the privilege of working with clients including cor…
 
Brian Sullivan is the Director of Design Strategy for Sabre, where he applies user research and consumer insights with the latest technology to build new products for the travel industry. He is an expert in design thinking, user research, accessibility, usability, and innovation. Brian has led design thinking workshops with several Fortune 500 comp…
 
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