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!
What Good Teachers Do and Why
Public meeting: panel discussion 2-20-14
Networking Tips: Crowdsourced
Information collected at an evening reception where I interacted with the attendees. This was a matched event to the expert (Jill Hinson) networking tips revealed the next day.
Networking Tips: Jill Hinson
Jill Hinson shares her strategies for building a smart network. This was a paired event at CBODN 2014 Conference. The evening before the conference reception attendees shared their tips.
Linked In Optimization
Recording of a talk given at Women's Power Conference 2013 by Kelly Leonard of Taylor-Leonard Corporation
Dr. John Ratey at Diamonds in the Rough 2014
Live capture of keynote speaker
Peter Jones at World IA DAY 2014
Live capture of speaker.
Graphics Off the Page: Plexus 2013
As the conference progressed, each talk contributed to the freestanding sculpture. Attendees walked around the developing artifact, finding new meaning in each talk as they compared the notes from one presentation to another.
Sketchnoting is done in a small moleskin notebook. The advantage of sketchnoting is it is portable and unobtrusive. Useful if multiple groups are discussing a topic. I can easily move from group to group to capture the flavor and ideas discussed. Images can be tweeted as they are complete.
A real time graphic recording of a podcast.
KIDS Museum Concept Banner
At a meeting of the Lazarus Fellows, the KIDS Museum presented their concept to the Fellows and the Fellows provided feedback.