Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

Meet the ImageThink Team – Amanda Melnick

Meet the ImageThink Team – Amanda Melnick

Amanda Melnick was our previous Project Manager for a number of years.  Her background is in peace studies, speech, and language pathology. Regarding peace studies, Berkley describes their program; “Peace & Conflict Studies (PACS) introduces students to the study of peace, conflict, and world order from social, economic, political, historical, and ecological dimensions. Integral to […]

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How to Draw The Cloud in 5 Easy Steps

How to Draw The Cloud in 5 Easy Steps

Did you know? 1. Around 90% of Microsoft’s R & D budget is dedicated to cloud computing strategies and products. 2. One of the most rapid expansions to the cloud came in 2009, when Amazon was able to launch over 50,000 virtual personal computers within 24 hours. 3. Cloud computing is a rapidly growing solution […]

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Meet the ImageThink Team – Nora Herting

Meet the ImageThink Team – Nora Herting

Nora Herting is one of the principal owners of ImageThink and is a shining star in the world of graphic recording. She has also given many workshops over the years and trained a number of successful graphic recorders. That’s our fearless leader! Her Face of Brooklyn project is a thought provoking masterpiece of a collection. The […]

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Vote for ImageThink at SXSW 2015!

Vote for ImageThink at SXSW 2015!

Please vote for ImageThink to present at SXSW! We are proposing a talk As well as a workshop   We’ve enjoyed successful sessions at SXSW in the past, including the immensely popular workshop we gave at SXSW 2014. Please vote for us, we are eternally grateful! Thank you!

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ImageThink in the desert for CompTIA ChannelCon

ImageThink in the desert for CompTIA ChannelCon

Those aren’t mirages, they’re ImageThink’s Graphic Recording towers for CompTIA ChannelCon in Phoenix, AZ! From Wikipedia concerning mirages - “A mirage is a naturally occurring optical phenomenon in which light rays are bent to produce a displaced image of distant objects or the sky. The word comes to English via the French mirage, from the Latin mirari, meaning “to look at, to wonder at”.” […]

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