Friday, November 14, 2014
Friday Reads: The Sketchnote Handbook by Mike Rohde
The book is filled with plenty of examples of sketchnotes - some easy to understand, some nearly unintelligible - but I found myself glossing over those pages because I knew this was going to end up being something specific to my own style and I wouldn't be copying someone else.
Because of the sheer number of examples - the book took me less than an hour to read. I feel like it failed to hit the mark as an intructional guide, but it did work as an inspirational one. I am now working to incorporate sketchnoting into my personal and work notebooks - even if it is just a little at a time. I Just ordered the Sketchnote Workbook on DVD because I have a feeling it will go more in depth on practical application than I could get from a book. Guess we'll see.