Just had to interrupt regular programming for this. The first-print of our #visualfacilitation playbook has arrived! We’re really excited about sharing this with you as my passion, if you’re joining us at our visual facilitation open space this Fri, 9 March 2018! RSVP here: https://goo.gl/ca4tB1
What do you do when your graphic recording subject is not just highly politicised, but deeply emotional and accompanied by a rankled crowd?
We call BS.
What kind of pictures do people play? What makes a big picture effective? What, in the way ideas are seen, would help make your big ideas seen? Enjoy this slideshare, that visualises the concept of visual hierarchy. Excerpted from the upcoming Pictures People Play visual facilitation playdeck developed by #picturepeopleplan founder, Kailin Huang. Read More
After months of squirrelling ideas away, my first and latest #visualstrategy book “Let’s Draw, Draw Out, and Draw Together!” is finally BIRTHED! Read More
This surely ranks as one of the top FAQs for new (and even some seasoned) visual practitioners. Should I work for a FEE (what would be right?), for FREE, or just FLEE from the job that’s offered to me? Here, we share three perspectives on what’s worked for us. Clients, this article is just as well for you if you’re wondering what you’re paying for, and what you are getting.
Nearly every graphic recorder takes photos of his/her work. So do participants who love the output. However, many a times, the photographs aren’t always of the most ideal quality for circulation. But fret not, here are three quick tips that will help you make your next graphic recording photo better.
This was the question for participants at our recent #SoYouThinkYouCantDraw workshop to answer. They were asked to graphic record, of all speeches, President Trump’s inauguration speech.
Guess what happened? And what did we learn as visual facilitators?
All work all day makes the Graphic Facilitator/Graphic Recorder worth his/her pay? Let’s get real – there’s a real price to pay for both the Visual Practitioner and the Client when there are great expectations for Volume of output. Read More
Here’s what we learned about High Performance Teams while Graphic Recording at the recent World Institute for Action Learning (WIAL) Regional Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Surprise: It has little to do with the star players, or even the team leader!)
It was balik kampung and “homecoming” of sorts working on this graphic recording at the recent #TechTarik conversation with Mr Philip Yeo and Mr Tay Lai Hock.