It’s been a while since we launched our last ebook.
We’ve been busy travelling and trying to redesign our website and all of that stuff (I know, I know. It’s coming!).
However, we have some good news: 1) our latest ebook, UX Sketchnotes, is out now, and 2) it’s completely free for subscribers to our newsletter.
UX Sketchnotes is an illustrated collection of over 50 sketchnotes that I’ve created while attending various UX and web-related conferences over the last few years.
There are insights and tips in here from visionary thinkers like Donna Spencer, Jeff Gothelf, Dan Szuc, Steve Portigal, Dan Willis, Kevin Hoffman, Steve Baty, Aaron Walter, and others. Plus there are a handful of random, fun sketches in there too—this really is a rich, diverse collection of illustrations and collective wisdom that will both educate and inspire you.
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Complete list of sketchnotes
ProBlogger Training Event
› Overcoming Obstacles & Road Blocks • Darren Rowse & Guests
› Is There a Place for Entrepreneurship in Product Management?
Web Directions South
› We Are the Makers of Things • Hannah Donovan
› Lanyrd: The Accidental Entrepreneurs • Natalie Downe & Simon Willison
› Interaction Design Bauhaus • Rahul Sen
› All the Small Things • Relly Annett-Baker
› Connected UX • Aarron Walter
› How the Internet of Things Changes How We Design • Alex Deschamps-Sonsino
› Stiff and Static Sucks • Pasquale d’Silva
› People, Not Users • Rachel Binx
› Creating Good Content for an Imperfect Web • Relly Annett-Baker
› Context, Multi-Device, and the Future of TV Browsers • Rod Farmer
› Nerd, Know Thyself • Heather Gold
Web Directions Code
› What Everyone Should Know about REST • Michael Mahemoff
› Design for Innovation • Turi McKinley
› Designing a Healthier & Smarter Life • Dan Szuc & Josephine Wong
Hargraves Institute Innovation Summit
› Innovation: A Global Perspective • Jo Gray and guests
› Innovation: The Future Inspired by Our Past • Phil Kwok
› Innovation in Action • Natalie Pavuk
› Living the Innovation Program at AMP • Munib Karavdic
› How a Million-Dollar Accounting Firm Invested in Design Thinking • Maureen Thurston
› The Recipe for Innovation Success at Baxter ANZ • Marise Hannaford
Leaders In Software and Art
› Lightning Talks: Alessandro Ludovico, Celement Valla, Blake Carrington & Claire Bardainne
› Lightning Talks: Elisa Giardina Papa, Gabriella Levine, Jake Lee-High & Lauren McCarthy
› Lightning Talks: Josh Davis, R. Luke Dubois, Miral Kotb & Shane Hope
› Lightning Talks: Sophia Brueckner, Steve Di Paola, Toni Dove & Yucef Merhi
› Anton Sher, Rod Farmer, Dan Naumann, Sally Bieleny, Dan Szuc & Joe Sokohl
› Microinteractions • Dan Saffer
› Designing Successful Experiences for Bald Apes • Dan Willis
› Getting UX Done • Ian Fenn
› Improv Talks • Donna Spencer, Dan Szuc & Steve Baty
› Better Product Definition with Lean UX & Design Thinking • Jeff Gothelf
› Designing Meetings to Work for Design • Kevin Hoffman
› How to Run an Effective Cultural Probe • Matt Morphett & Rob McLellan
› From Faith-Based to Evidence-Based Design • Miles Rochford
› Our Billion-Dollar Baby: From Greed to Good • Chris Paton
› Design at Scale • Greg Petroff
› The Neuroanthropology Of “Us” • Stephen Cox
› Can You Wireframe Delightful? • Ben Tollady & Ben Rowe
› The Cadence of Great Experiences • Michelle Berryman
› Epic Fail: Takeaways from the War Stories Project • Steve Portigal
› Change Aversion • Hendrik Müller
› Describing the Elephant • Eric Reiss
› Finding Simple • Jason Bayly
› Graphic Facilitation: See What I Mean? • Luke Chambers
› Lightning talks: Nova Franklin, Kimberley Crofts & Jay Rogers
› Attributes & Aesthetics of Experience • Xin Xiangyang
Random Sketches & Illustrations
› Hospital-bed Sketch
› One of Those Days
› Grossly Informative