Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

ImageThink in Inc Magazine’s Women in Business issue

ImageThink in Inc Magazine’s Women in Business issue

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.

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GOP Debate Game “Who Said It Best?”

GOP Debate Game “Who Said It Best?”

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 […]

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David Chang Talks Tech in Food

David Chang Talks Tech in Food

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 […]

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IFVP 2015: The Aesthetics + Ethics of Visual Storytelling

IFVP 2015: The Aesthetics + Ethics of Visual Storytelling

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 […]

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ImageThink Graphic Records the IBM Roadshow, Chicago

ImageThink Graphic Records the IBM Roadshow, Chicago

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 […]

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