The legendary Scriberia sketchnote depository

You can't have failed to notice that we love a sketchnote round these parts. So we've decided to turn that passion into something of a public service. Keep your eyes peeled on social media for the latest in our series of #sketchnotes, designed in the studio to share the most valuable nuggets of wisdom we can find.

Seven signs that a tyrant is trying to hijack democracy, by Robert Reich. Source: Salon


How to raise a brilliant child without screwing them up, by Oliver James. Source: The Guardian

How to raise a brilliant child without screwing them up, by Oliver James. Source: The Guardian



Arianna Huffington's tips for a better night's sleep. Source: ariannahuffington.com

Arianna Huffington's tips for a better night's sleep. Source: ariannahuffington.com


The Firework Safety Code. Source: London Fire Brigade

The Firework Safety Code. Source: London Fire Brigade


Grayson Perry's Lessons in Creativity. Source: The Drum 


How to recognise a fake news story, by Nick Robins-Early. Source: Huffington Post

How to recognise a fake news story, by Nick Robins-Early. Source: Huffington Post


How to be an ally to the women you work with. Source: Leanin.org

How to be an ally to the women you work with. Source: Leanin.org


How to be a better listener, by Mike Myatt. Source: Forbes

How to be a better listener, by Mike Myatt. Source: Forbes


What is worth your worry? Source: You Can Master Life by James Gordon Gilkey via Brainpickings

What is worth your worry? Source: You Can Master Life by James Gordon Gilkey via Brainpickings


Sketchnotes are a fantastically powerful way to capture and communicate important information. If you'd like to know more about how to use them or how to create them yourself, check out our sketchnote page.