Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

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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ImageThink in Hollywood

ImageThink in Hollywood

As winter on the east coast has officially started, ImageThink has just returned from a west-coast trip! We were invited to graphic record in the beautiful Los Angeles, and our venue no other than the heart of Hollywood. ImageThink planning the official transportation for the next offsite… Our Graphic Recorders are no strangers to the […]

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Brand Colors and Emotional Responses

Brand Colors and Emotional Responses

We here at ImageThink love logos, there have been a lot of interesting articles explaining the meaning behind color choices and the emotional response they evoke. Check out this article on Adweek, it goes in-depth into this topic and has a helpful infographic as well! It’s fun to look at logos with a new set […]

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Meet the ImageThink Team – Allen Dammann

Meet the ImageThink Team – Allen Dammann

  Allen Dammann is our newest hire at ImageThink! As Project Manager, he’s the first point of connection with our clients and sees the projects through completion. The most mysterious of our employees, all we know about Allen outside of ImageThink is that he was born in Iowa and loves horror films. This illustrated interview was […]

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How to Draw Wonder Woman in 5 Easy Steps

How to Draw Wonder Woman in 5 Easy Steps

  Did you know? 1. Wonder Woman was created by psychologist William Moulton Marston and debuted in 1941. 2. Wonder Woman was initially named “Suprema” in Marston’s first script. 3. In a series during the 1960s, Wonder Woman was an entrepreneurial who ran a mod clothing boutique under her secret identity: Diana Prince. 4. Wonder Woman’s creator William Moulton […]

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