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Learn more about our creative and process-oriented approach to graphic facilitation, graphic recording, whiteboard animations, and infographics!

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5 Powerful Ways to Display Graphic Recordings

Nothing sucks the energy out of a conference room faster than a lack of windows and poor air circulation. Large bright windows and comfortable facilities allow people to work to their full potential in a productive environment.

If you have graphic recording, it’s also important to effectively display the graphic recordings so participants engage with the visuals and have a deeper discussion. At multi-day meetings, it’s powerful to walk into a room on day two and see yesterday’s work on the walls. It sets an immediate tone and productive environment for the rest of the session and prompts participants to reflect on the work — this is crucial in making new discoveries and sharing ideas openly.

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Break the “4th Wall” of Webinars

Not another webinar! (at least I can check Facebook on the side)

For teams that meet regularly via webinar, the cold virtual environment can be a motivation killer.

Webinars are a valuable tool in connecting remote teams, and certainly cut time and travel costs; however, in order to be effective, a webinar needs to make the best use of the team’s time and keep everyone on the line engaged and away from their emails. Not an easy thing to do when most webinars are hosted by a dull Power Point slide deck!

MEOPAR Ocean Acidification Conference

As a graphic recorder I get to “drop into” numerous conferences and strategic planning sessions happening both in BC and other provinces.  I also get a bird’s eye view on a variety of industries — from issues big organizations are struggling with, to very complex scientific discussions, to mapping patient journeys in health care.

In February, the Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response network hosted an international conference to discuss the current research on ocean acidification, and I graphic recorded the information rich panel discussions. (I can now say I’m an amateur expert in ocean acidification!)


Your organization has spent months perfecting the details of a strategic plan – it has a clear vision and mission, and maps out the next five years… but it’s 45 pages long. Would you read through a 45 page strategic plan when all you need is a bird’s eye view? Will the public?

An infographic is a powerful way of communicating a large plan or detailed information; it’s not a replacement for a strategic plan, but a high-level visual tool to encourage people to dig deeper into the strategic plan document. Typically designed on computer, infographics can show the steps in a municipal application process, the journey of an organization over the years, or a corporate profile of a company… to name a few!