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RSD10 Sketchnote Gallery

by | Oct 2021 | RSD10, SDA blog

The RSD10 sketchnote gallery is a collection of rich, visual records that combine drawings, shapes, visual elements, writing and hand-drawn typography.

Sketchnote artists, aka graphic notetakers, capture the big ideas within a complex conversation. Graphic notes are also a rich source for collecting ‘weak signals’, a foundational phase of the foresight process.

Designer Mike Rohde set out a loose method in 2006 and has published two books; however, no two sketchnotes are alike, and there’s no right way to sketchnote. The technique can be very liberating for visual thinkers and helpful for processing design and systems thinking.

RSD10 sketchnote artists

This year, sketchnote artist Alazne Echaniz joins long-time contributor Patricia Kambitch. Alazne also contributed to RSD10’s social media cards and managed RSD10’s social media. 

RSD sketchnotes are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. This permits anyone to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or form according to the licence terms.


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