PTTOW! Brings Thought Leaders Together

PTTOW! Brings Thought Leaders Together

April 18, 2016

The president of Dunkin Donuts, the Dalai Lama, and Shaun White walk into a conference hall. That’s not the start to a bad joke, it’s something that can really happen at PTTOW!, a 250 member coalition of some of the world’s most innovative and influential thought leaders.  Founded by Roman Tsunder and Terry Hardy in 2009, PTTOW! was organized to give these thought leaders a space to come into dialogue and to cross-pollinate learnings from seemingly disparate industries.  PTTOW! members come together to collaboratively investigate what has made them a key opinion leader in business and in life.     ImageThink co-founder Heather Willems captured […]

ImageThink in Inc Magazine’s Women in Business issue

November 9, 2015

The recent issue of INC magazine is dedicated to women in business. Norm Brodsky talks about ImageThink’s Nora Herting and Heather Willems and how they integrate their creative practice as entrepreneurs.

GOP Debate Game "Who Said It Best?"

GOP Debate Game “Who Said It Best?”

November 3, 2015

ImageThink created visual notes during the GOP debate. We then took it a step further and hosted a twitter game “Who Said It Best”, having our community guess which candidate said which quote. Here are the images, can you guess who said what? Fiorina, Rubio, Trump, Kasich, Christie, Cruz, Huckabee, Paul, Carson, or Bush? Please remember to vote today! And stay tuned for more political visual summaries. For more information about ImageThink, please check out our site. Answers: 1) Kasich, 2) Bush, 3) Rubio, 4) Huckabee, 5) Christie, 6) Carson

David Chang Talks Tech in Food

August 25, 2015

At SXSW Interactive, restauranteur and author David Chang spoke with Matt Buchanan about his experience combining tech and dining. Today, almost all companies are tech companies, even if that is not their predominant industry. Tech has changed everything, but David Chang believes its value for dining should be ease for experimentation. He also talked about collecting customer data to enhance the customer’s dining experience. He discussed his new app Maple, which is a “lunchbox on demand” of the best food delivered to your door. Logistics, meal options and price were fine-tuned in a trial and error tech process. David, the self proclaimed “Normavore”, loves normal […]

IFVP 2015: The Aesthetics + Ethics of Visual Storytelling

IFVP 2015: The Aesthetics + Ethics of Visual Storytelling

August 10, 2015

We had the opportunity of graphic recording a compelling and informative talk at IFVP 2015 by some of the most credible visual practitioners in our field. Liisa Sorsa, Anthony Weeks, and Kelvy Bird shared the wealth of knowledge they’ve accrued throughout their many years of being graphic recorders and graphic facilitators during their conversation, The Aesthetics and Ethics of Visual Storytelling.      It was a challenging and unique experience to graphic record a discussion about how to effectively tell a visual story. We were actively listening, synthesizing, drawing and learning new information at the same time! Some of the biggest takeaways from the […]

ImageThink Graphic Records the IBM Roadshow, Chicago

June 30, 2015

This month, the ImageThink team was invited to graphic record all of the IBM Roadshow sessions in Chicago. This conference, focusing on “New Way To Work” attracted attendees who were actively participating in the conversation. Having us at the front of the room increased engagement at the event, creating a real-time imprint of the ideas discussed.     Over the years we have familiarized ourselves with topics such as data analytics, new workforce and reinventing brand stories–but as a team constantly evolving and learning, we are always trying out new ways to depict familiar concepts. Our setting was also remarkable as attendees, speakers, and ImageThink […]

SXSW2015 Speaker Spotlight: Eric Ries, Don Tapscott, Lawrence Lessig

March 11, 2015

SXSW is fast approaching, and we couldn’t be more excited to return to Austin, Texas! Three speakers we are particularly excited about are Eric Ries, Don Tapscott, and Lawrence Lessig. Eric Ries is the author of the book, The Lean Startup. Previously, he co-founded and served as Chief Technology Officer of IMVU. In 2007, BusinessWeek named Ries one of the Best Young Entrepreneurs of Tech. He serves on the advisory board of a number of technology startups and venture capital firms. In 2008 he served as a venture advisor at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. ImageThink has previously scribed Eric Ries’ […]

How to Draw The Cloud in 5 Easy Steps

September 4, 2014

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 for mobile devices.  In fact, a new cloud server is added for every 600 smartphones or 120 tablets in use. To learn more about ImageThink’s capabilities in illustration and graphic recording, visit our Services page for more information.  Check out Draw Your Big Idea for more great visual […]

Meet the ImageThink Team – Maria Delgado

July 29, 2014

Have you ever wondered, “Who are the people at ImageThink?” “Where did they come from?” “What is their favorite film?” We’re pleased to answer all of these questions (and more!) in the best way we know how: Infographics and Graphic Recording! We’re starting off with our Manager of Finance and Operations: Maria Delgado. Her background is in Medieval Manuscripts, which were an early form of Graphic Recording. Most of these were made on the best quality of parchment called Vellum. They are considered the best surviving specimens of medieval painting. Maria has dubbed herself the “Dark Mistress of Finance” and was […]

Fixing Health Care with the New Yorker

January 31, 2013

Last week, ImageThink was on hand to capture an important conversation about the future of our healthcare system. New Yorker staff writer Malcolm Gladwell hosted a candid conversation with David Goldhill, the author of the new book “Catastrophic Care: How American Health Care Killed My Father—and How We Can Fix It.” Goldhill, whose father died from a hospital-borne infection in the intensive-care unit of a hospital, made the case that the American healthcare system is beyond repair. He pointed to poor service, inconsistent quality and skyrocketing costs as indicators that our system is ailing — and current legislative attempts at […]