Sketchnotes from ACE! 2014

15 December 2014

agileillustrationsketchnotes

A few months back I was lucky enough to be accepted by Paul Klipp as one of the people to produce a sketchnote of a talk from the ACE! 2014
conference to be included in the conference proceedings along with slides and transcripts of the talks.

ACE 2014

Being one of the last to find out about this opportunity, I soon discovered that pretty much all of the talks had already been claimed. The one remaining talk was from Tom Gilb ‘s keynote. The main challenge was that Tom’s talks are always very information rich as a consequence of his data-driven approach to agile and process improvement. I went through 4 or 5 drafts of the sketchnote before I was happy I had all the main points in the right order. I don’t know what I would have done if I had to do it “live”.

Paul declared the project 99% complete today on leanpub so I’m going to share a lo-fi version of my sketchnote here.

Paul worked hard on organizing the conference and creating the conference proceedings so please donate to the cost of producing the ebook if you are able.

ACE 2014 - Tom Gilb

All of the talks are worthwhile listening to and the ebook not only has all the sketchnotes but comes with a transcription of each talk and many of them have embedded slides.

You can see the original talks on vimeo

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