Sketchnote: Jared Spool’s opening keynote at UX Toronto 2014 on Building Winning UX Strategies Using the Kano Model November 21, 2014 ~ Andrea Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Published by Andrea Designer, problem framer, coach at andreaop.com. Underwater photographer at scubagirl.ca. Sailor. Misfit. View all posts by Andrea
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Love these! Are you using an app to create these sketchnotes?
Yes! I’m using Inflow (http://www.qrayon.com/home/inkflow/) with this Adonit stylus: http://www.adonit.net/jot/pro/
I’ve tried a bunch of different apps and styluses, and this is, so far, the best combo for what I’m trying to accomplish.
Did you ever try the Pencil stylus? http://www.fiftythree.com/pencil
I’m still using paper and pens, but it might be time to try this format. Looks like so much fun.
Thanks again Andrea
No, I haven’t tried the Pencil stylus. I had tried the Fifty Three sketching app but was so unimpressed by the early product that I never went back.
I still love paper and pens…in fact, I just bought a new Moleskine and can’t wait to play with a bunch of pens I received as a gift from my brother. For conferences, you can’t beat the speed and convenience of digital for sharing. It took me a while to get used to it, but I eventually did.