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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.
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- Intro: Who is Eleanor?
- Eleanor’s origin story
- The influence of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Tetris on sketchnoting practice
- How Eleanor’s visual pivoted to digital in the pandemic shift was like jumping in the deep end
- What changed with Eleanor’s clients to open up digital work
- Eleanor’s UN digital sketchnoting story
- What’s helped Eleanor remain positive during the pandemic?
- 3 tips
- Eleanor’s website
- Eleanor on Instagram
- Eleanor on Twitter
- Eleanor on LinkedIn
- Debbie Baff on using sketchnotes to earn a PhD - SE09 / EP06
- Eva-Lotta Lamm
- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
- Ben Felis
- The United Nations (UN)
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