Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

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

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

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 […]

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Teaming up for TED: Prezi & ImageThink

Teaming up for TED: Prezi & ImageThink

When our friends at Prezi learned they would be working with inventor Ajit Narayan on his presentation for TEDActive in Palm Springs, we were thrilled they called us up to collaborate! Ajit Narayan is the mind behind a powerful tool that breaks down language into pictures, and they knew that our visual style was just […]

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Folding Proteins for Fun & Science

Folding Proteins for Fun & Science

Virginia, one of our newest team members here at ImageThink, has just started enjoying an online course with AlphaChimp called That Creative Space, a 6-month course for graphic recorders who want to deepen their facilitation skills. One of the areas AlphaChimp is covering in this course is all of the ways that visual learning and facilitiation […]

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The Best Ideas of 2012

Best Ideas of 2012 from ImageThink This year ImageThink visualized big ideas at 159 public and private events across North America. Topics ranged from burgeoning computer consciousness and social media behaviors, to the future of American innovation and cloud computing. Our team of artists listened, synthesized the information, and created a visual summary as the […]

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True or false? Vision rules the brain.

True or false? Vision rules the brain.

This is the second in a series of posts exploring the scientific data behind often-quoted stats around visual thinking and the use of images in learning. You can read the first one here. So far, a pretty strong case has been made for visuals as learning and teaching tools, but now let’s look at the […]

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