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Graphic Recording


The process of creating real-time visual summaries at scale.

Also known as visual facilitation, graphic facilitation, and live scribing - we are experts in listening and synthesising content.

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Turn Complexity to Insight

We are analysts first, artists second.

During speech and discussion we filter insight from noise¹, no matter how technical the conversation.

By summarising context with speed and nuance, our visual summaries provide structure and clarity – which delights, deepen, and drives engagement with key ideas.

 
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1 | Delight Audience

Part performance, part craft, graphic recordings disarm and charm, creating pockets of safe space for meaningful conversation.

Graphic Recording Ture Deepen Retention

2 | Deepen Retention

We learn best with visual representations² for active sense-making³. Graphic recordings are effective memory aids for pattern-finding.

Graphic Recording Deepen Retention Asia Singapore

3 | Drive Engagement

We create versatile content with rapid speed. Turn graphic recordings into digital GIFs content, emailers, and reports – or physical posters, printouts, and wall murals.

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References

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When information is dense, complex, and ambiguous, information overload occurs, compromising people’s ability to assimilate information effectively.

Eppler, Martin J., and Jeanne Mengis. “The Concept of Information Overload: A Review of Literature from Organization Science, Accounting, Marketing, MIS, and Related Disciplines.” The Information Society 20.5 (2004): 325–344. Crossref. Web.

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“Vision trumps all other senses”

Medina, John. Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home and School. Pear Press, 2014

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Learners build meaningful connections between words and pictures, thus learning more deeply than with words or pictures alone.

Mayer, R. E. (2009). Multimedia learning (2nd ed). New York: Cambridge University Press

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