UX Australia – Getting sketchnoted myself

Usually, I am the one quietly sketching along to interesting speeches on stage. It's a rare treat when my own talks get sketchnoted by other people. I was lucky enough to have some really talented people sitting in the audience when I talked about 'Visual Literacy and Visual Fluency' at this year's 10th anniversary edition of UX Australia. Below are what they made of my talk.
Thank you, sketchnoters. It's so  interesting to see which details you captured!

 Sketchnotes by Alan Chen –  @fable_us

Sketchnotes by Alan Chen – @fable_us

 Sketchnotes by  Cindy WM Chong –   @bravescribbler

Sketchnotes by Cindy WM Chong – @bravescribbler

 Sketchnotes by Gerard Hogan –  @   g_hoges    ‏

Sketchnotes by Gerard Hogan – @g_hoges

 Sketchnotes by Inna Fourer –  @innshki

Sketchnotes by Inna Fourer – @innshki

 Sketchnotes by Krijstelle Liao –  @notjustapotato

Sketchnotes by Krijstelle Liao – @notjustapotato

While over here, we also did a little meet-up and mini-workshop for the design community in Sydney. My awesome designer friend Buzz Usborne took care of all the logistics and announcements and the lovely folks from ustwo were kind enough to host the event and make it a really welcoming and fun experience for me and the 70 attendees.
And again: I got lucky as Ben Crothers was in the audience, capturing what I said and what we did in his beautiful clear style:

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Sketchnotes by Ben Crothers – @bencrothers

 Unfortunately I can’t find the name of the person who did this anymore. If it’s you, do let me know. I love your style :)

Unfortunately I can’t find the name of the person who did this anymore. If it’s you, do let me know. I love your style :)