When you’re tight on space, or if you’re looking for a more discreet way to make scribing part of your event, sketchnotes are the ideal solution. Drawn in a sketchbook on the artist’s lap, or even digitally on a tablet, sketchnotes capture the big ideas at a manageable scale. Small but perfectly formed, these mini-scribes really come into their own as shareable summaries on social media.
The University of Oxford has a long and distinguished history of debate, in which the brightest minds of their generation interrogate the issues of the day and challenge the status quo.
Leading Design brings together a community of design leaders from around the world for a three-day conference, organised by design studio Clearleft. Creative leaders from some of the world’s best known companies are invited to share their experiences of finding talent, building culture and structuring teams.
Travellers’ Tales is a collaboration between Royal Museums Greenwich and four partner museums, examining the history of exploration from the Enlightenment era to today.
Dan produced these sketchnotes at the inaugural Think > Create > Do event in Nottingham. The day was organised and curated by Sarah King of We Are Unstuck, who has been a close friend and ally of Scriberia almost from the very start.