The annual Elearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference & Expo was recently held on November 18-20 in Las Vegas, Nevada. DevLearn is the premiere event in the Learning & Development industry and one I anticipate the most. Three days of learning together with friends and colleagues by discovering new techniques, products and innovative technologies. DevLearn is also a great place to practice your sketchnotes!
As an avid sketchnoter and graphic recorder, I’m always excited about the keynote lineup at DevLearn. While I would love to do sketchnotes of every session, I try to focus on the keynotes based on my schedule and one or two concurrent sessions. This year I was able to capture two keynotes and one session.
By combining the craft of sketching and dedicating more time to post-production for details, I used the Procreate app on iPad Pro which records the entire process.
These are more detailed than typical with a few hours from the initial sketch to final product. Nonetheless, I enjoyed making them and hope you enjoy them too!
Below are the final renderings and videos recorded from Procreate.
Keynote Sketchnotes: The Magic of Storytelling and Learning – Penn Jillette
The making of – The Magic of Storytelling and Learning
Keynote Sketchnotes: Creativity and Problem Solving at Pixar – Tony DeRose
The making of – Creativity and Problem Solving at Pixar
Session Sketchnotes: Microvideo: Making Every Second Count – Josh Cavalier
The making of – Microvideo: Making Every Second Count
Like any skill, practice equals proficiency. I still have a weakness of trying to capture too much and worry about visualizing rather than simply listening for key concepts. Efficient, these are not due to the post-production time. Keep practicing, right?!
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