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Illustrated Takeaways #4: Yves Behar, Scott Belsky & Soraya Darabi

Get insights on "holistic making," authenticity online, and how to get organized in these sketchnotes from the 99% Conference.

For our final sketchnotes installment from the 2011 99U Conference, check highlights from talks by leading industrial designer Yves Behar, digital media guru Soraya Darabi, and Behance’s own CEO and bestselling author Scott Belsky.


Behance’s own Scott Belsky led a 99U master class on Making Ideas Happen, sharing insights from his bestselling book on the three key forces that help us push our ideas forward: (1) Organization, (2) Communal Forces, and (3) Leadership Capability.

Our creativity and our ideas are not just an opportunity, but a responsibility.
Illustration by Nora Herting. Click to view a larger image.
Illustration by Nora Herting. Click to view a larger image.
Illustration by Nora Herting. Click to view a larger image.

SORAYA DARABI /// Co-Founder, Foodspotting + Digital Strategist

Soraya Darabi cut her teeth at the New York Times, leading the drive to integrate the Gray Lady’s content into the universe of social media. Now, as a co-founder of Foodspotting and digital media consultant, she’s at the leading edge of trends in social media. At 99U, Darabi shared her insights on “e-dentity disorder” and how we can conquer it.

E-dentity disorder = having fragments of your personality spread across many platforms.
Illustration by Nora Herting. Click to view a larger image.

YVES BÉHAR /// Founder & Chief Designer, FuseProject

From the $100 Laptop to a packaging system for Puma to a new chair for Herman Miller, industrial designer Yves Béhar regularly creates game-changing products with an eye towards sustainability. He shared his thoughts on thinking creatively about design at every single level – from the design itself to the business model to the product marketing.

Start with questions, not answers.
Illustration by Nora Herting. Click to view a larger image.
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