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New Name: Fuselight Creative

We’re so excited to announce that we have transitioned to a new name: The Fuselight Creative

We’ve outgrown the “Drawing Out Ideas” name. It doesn’t fully convey the mission we have for our work, nor is it very unique in our industry. Many graphic recording companies use the words “drawing,” “ideas,” and related words (ink, visual, image, lines, think…. you get the idea!).

The Art of Listening like a Graphic Recorder, graphic recording vancouver bc, graphic recording victoria bc, world cafe graphic recording, conference graphic recorder, live scribing vancouver bc, live illustration vancouver bc, the fuselight creative

The Art of Listening like a Graphic Recorder

How do you know what to listen for?”

It’s a common question I hear as a graphic recorder, and one that’s not always easy to explain! But over the years I’ve found there are key attributes to the art of listening in graphic recording or graphic facilitation.

These listening skills can be applied to a wide variety of situations beyond graphic recording. Discussions between co-workers; conflicts between spouses; reading the news and wanting to understand the full perspective… strong listening promotes deeper discussions and solution-finding.

So how does a graphic recorder listen?