Graphic facilitation is a process using words and images to summarise and conceptualise a meeting, workshop or conversation. In a live session the creation of the images and the visual connection to the discussion will stimulate participant interaction. Ideas take shape and meaning. Making the meeting more creative and productive.
The visual map or diagram then forms a powerful record, defining the decisions reached and the goals and directions to be undertaken.
We use a digital capture process, which means that the record of outputs can be produced and communicated in a variety of formats. For instance, a series of static images can be used as a storyboard. However, a far more powerful format is an animated whiteboard video, where a story unfolds automatically. This can be produced with just the visual content, or include a voice-over commentary.
Examples of our work can be seen at: http://www.youtube.com/c/VisualthinkingCoZa
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