Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

Favorite Hotel – Hotel Vertigo in San Francisco

Favorite Hotel – Hotel Vertigo in San Francisco

As Graphic Recorders, we do a lot of traveling and stay in many hotels across the world. We’d like to have a series of posts highlighting some of our favorite places to stay. In this installment,  we take you on a stylish tour of Hotel Vertigo in San Francisco, CA. This historical hotel is located in the heart […]

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Graphic Recording: A Space Odyssey

Graphic Recording: A Space Odyssey

From having films such as ‘Gravity,’ ”Guardian of the Galaxy’ and  ‘Interstellar’ in science fiction, to the recent comet-landing by NASA, space has been the heat of the conversation this year in 2014. At ImageThink, with NASA being one of our clients and many events in the technology industry that we participate in, we have […]

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The Mind Business: Amazing Office Alphabet by Malika Favre

The Mind Business: Amazing Office Alphabet by Malika Favre

Been bored out of your mind by being in an office all day? Want to learn visual communication but think your surroundings is too boring or conventional to spark creative interest? This beautiful collections of human alphabet made from office workers offers a delightful examples of how artists see design everywhere. We have been a […]

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Visual Learning Workshop at Chronicle Books, San Francisco

Visual Learning Workshop at Chronicle Books, San Francisco

One of the really exciting aspect of Graphic Recording is using visual elements as a tool to facilitate learning. We at ImageThink provide Visual learning workshops alongside of our Graphic Recording services. We were very privileged to be invited to the headquarter of Chronicle Books, in sunny San Francisco for an all-day workshop! It was […]

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Visual Learning in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Visual Learning in Santa Fe, New Mexico

ImageThink was traveling west this fall. And we had the chance to visit Santa Fe, the oldest capital city in the United States. And we took our own notes about what we can learn about visual communication in this vibrant historic city. The city of Santa Fe was originally occupied by a number of Pueblo Indian villages […]

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