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Graphic recording: What it is, how I do it, and why
[This animated whiteboard explainer video was originally created for my Master’s of Fine Arts (MFA) Thesis Exhibition at Indiana State University, October 2020]
As a visual communicator I listen to people talk, and capture conversations as they happen in real time using pictures, words and color.
This can be done on a large, analog scale using markers on paper – where I am up in front of a room, or digitally for remote experiences such as virtual meetings, as participants watch the drawing take shape on a screen.
This kind of work is referred to by many names: graphic facilitation, visual note-taking, scribing, and even visual harvesting. I most often use the term graphic recording.
Blog I talk and write about graphic recording and visual practice every chance I get because I love it! My thinking →
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