Why use Graphic Recording?
I show you what you've said.
Graphic Recording is a real time process of making words and ideas visible through the use of drawings, color, and typography.
Use of color and images on the chart stimulates whole brain thinking and participants often make connections and gain deeper understanding than would be achieved in a meeting that relied on power point or only verbal conversation.
Achieve greater retention, more creativity, and greater understanding through using my services. The amount of brain space dedicated to visual processing is 10 times great than used for auditory processing. Imagine how much more powerful meetings are when participants use more of their brain!
Workforce Development: Future State
One of several charts condensing a 90+ page report into 6 charts for a presentation to Montgomery County Council. See also: Workforce Development As Is, Institutions and Money
Workforce Development: As Is Institutions and Money
One of six charts condensing a 90+ page report to be used for a presentation to Montgomery County Council. See also: Workforce Development Future State
Summation and DOI for scientific paper - an example of visual synthesis.
World Food Program
Live Capture of presentation. This was one of several charts for a two day conference. After the conference was over, I produced "Feeding the Planet" a summary document of the entire two days, also on this website.
Feeding the Planet
Summary of a two day conference. Individual charts were captured live and this chart was done in studio following the conference. One of the live captured charts was "World Food Program" also on this website.
Morning Introduction to Re-Defining Creativity learning community day conference at George Mason University Organization Development and Knowledge Management Program February 28, 2015.
Digital Promise Report Outs
Live capture of report out from committee conversation.
Networking Tips: Jill Hinson
Barb Siegel Interviewed Jill Hinson and produced this document in advance of a conference. This was paired with live crowdsourced document:
Crowdsource Live Capture
For a networking event, Barb Siegel asked attendees to share their "Best Networking Tips." This live capture was paired with Jill Hinson Interview so conference participants could compare crowd source vs. expert from a meta perspective.
Mel Schnapper: Metrics of Innovation
Russ Miles: Ace Conference Sketchnote
Sketchnote for book published after the conference that took place in Poland. All work done was done virtually and was treated as a gallery for multiple sketchnote artists.