A graphic recording is a a process drawing made in real time during a meeting or event to capture key ideas and concepts, using a combination of text, images, typography and numerous other visual elements. Graphic recording helps to make connections between ideas, see emerging patterns and provide clarity and equality during discussions.
City & Guilds Skills Development Fund Learning and Evaluation Workshop: This graphic recording was designed to capture key information as 6 projects supported by the fund were brought together to share their learnings over the past 6 months - to create a shared body of learning, and a record that can be used to document and compare the changes and developments over the coming year and beyond.
Key players from the UK forestry industry came together to voice their differing opinions on subjects relating to renewable forestry. This document was created to capture these ideas and narratives, to create further discussion, and to be presented to the UK government as part of a poposal on renewable forest power.
This graphic recording was designed to capture the essence of the Brighton Summit 2016.
This was one of a series of graphic recordings created during the University of Staffordshire's Get Connected conference - capturing the information from keynote speakers as well as participatory breakout workshops.
We also apply our scribing skills digitally for online webinars, Zoom meetings and group calls.
Rich Pictures are the 'slow' version of a live scribe. These are either made using the live scribe produced on the day as a basis, or as a separate entity, made using information and stories provided by you.
These are more polished images, done in our studio, which are a great way of sharing the story of your company or project and to spread your ideas and mission in a visually engaging format.
Created in our studio, this Rich Picture captures the values and journey for the Hatch London's WEGA women's entrepreneur incubator programme.
We also create bespoke graphic facilitation for your team building days, strategy development sessions and hack days. We use graphic facilitation combined with Art of Hosting methods such as World Café, Open Space Technology, to dig deep and get to human centred solutions and unlock collective knowledge.