Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

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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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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Interview on Entrepreneur.com

Interview on Entrepreneur.com

This has been an exciting month for ImageThink! We moved into our new space in the heart of Brooklyn, celebrated new team members, and most exciting of all… our principal owners, Heather Willems and Nora Herting, were interviewed by Entrepreneur.com! Our fearless leaders shared the story of ImageThink. ImageThink was founded in 2008, when Heather and […]

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DRAW SOMETHING: ImageThink at IFVP

DRAW SOMETHING: ImageThink at IFVP

  ImageThink had a blast this year at IFVP 2013! The annual summit of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners , came to ImageThink’s hometown of New York City to share industry learnings, host informative and hands-on workshops in Graphic Recording, and allow Graphic Recorders and Facilitators from around the world to spend 4 days celebrating and discussing […]

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Process Design: Make it a Game!

Process Design: Make it a Game!

Many teams deal with organizing complex processes involving many steps — from supply chains to sales processes. Getting everyone in a room to design a game board can be a great way to clarify the steps of a complicated process, define ownership at each stage and help team members remember steps that are new or […]

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