Why ImageThink?

ImageThink’s team of graphic recorders helps organizations to communicate clearly, engage audiences, and unlock creative potential. Our graphic recorders illustrate your key points, make it easy to share content, continue the conversation and create a lasting impact. Do you want to have your content actionable as well as infinitely more memorable? Visual Notes are a powerful way to synthesize and organize complex topics. Let visual summaries, hand drawn infographics and whiteboard animation videos tell your story.

  • ImageThink graphic recorders are pressure tested with a wide range of experiences.

  • We understand your unique session and objectives, and we will fit the right talent from our team on your event.

  • Based in New York and San Francisco, we have supported thousands of sessions across 15 countries.

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Talks About Us

"Heather Willems and Nora Herting — two female artists who founded ImageThink, a Brooklyn based company that makes meetings more engaging by translating complex ideas into real-time visual summaries, while the meeting is in session."

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"For New York-based ImageThink, the burgeoning sector has allowed two artists to join the corporate world, one meeting at a time."

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"Willems and her company have helped create visuals for large meetings and conferences, but she said drawing a live television broadcast was a first for the company."

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"We're living in a world where we're constantly distracted with these little computers. Having an actual person in the front of the room actively listening really helps to keep people engaged in the conversation."

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"People are more likely to understand and retain complex information if it is presented visually rather than in a purely verbal form."

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"[ImageThink is] a leader in its field."

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"Heather Willems and Nora Herting — two female artists who founded ImageThink, a Brooklyn based company that makes meetings more engaging by translating complex ideas into real-time visual summaries, while the meeting is in session."

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"For New York-based ImageThink, the burgeoning sector has allowed two artists to join the corporate world, one meeting at a time."

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"Willems and her company have helped create visuals for large meetings and conferences, but she said drawing a live television broadcast was a first for the company."

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"We're living in a world where we're constantly distracted with these little computers. Having an actual person in the front of the room actively listening really helps to keep people engaged in the conversation."

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"People are more likely to understand and retain complex information if it is presented visually rather than in a purely verbal form."

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"[ImageThink is] a leader in its field."

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DRAW YOUR BIG IDEA

In this increasingly visual age, images speak louder than words. Studies show that images also help people think. Visual note-taking such as doodling increases memory retention rates by nearly 30 percent, and opens creative pathways, strengthens focus, and inspires self-expression. Driven by these groundbreaking findings, entrepreneurs Nora Herting and Heather Willems founded ImageThink, a graphic facilitation firm that has helped an elite roster of clients—from Google to Pepsi to NASA—visualize their ideas and transform their creative processes using simple drawing techniques that anyone can master. Draw Your Big Idea presents their sought-after guidance and more than 150 drawing exercises tailored to brainstorming, refining, and executing ideas in the home, design studio, and office. With this workbook, readers will learn to beat creative block—for good!

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Works With Us

  • “Based on this experience, I would give the highest recommendation possible for anyone to spend an afternoon with ImageThink to learn about how each of us is truly, deeply, already a visual thinker.”

    Jean Tabaka

    Agile Fellow, Rally Software

  • "Having a graphic facilitator present creates an active atmosphere, which results in participant excitement and curiosity. People become receptive to new information, and they retain what they learn."

    Jordan Berkowitz

    Executive Director of Creative Technology at Ogilvy & Mather