Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

Bringing Event Tweets to Life: Visual, 3D and Video

Bringing Event Tweets to Life: Visual, 3D and Video

This year at IBM’s Smarter Commerce Global Summit in Nashville, we had a chance to do something a little different with the Twitter mural of the event. A Twitter mural is a visualization of selected tweets that unfolds over the course of an event — whether it’s a few hours or a few days. Participants […]

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A Visual Recap of SXSW Interactive 2013

A Visual Recap of SXSW Interactive 2013

This year at SXSW Interactive, ImageThink headed up the SXnotes initiative. As part of that, we covered a dozen featured sessions over the 5-day conference. We’ve distilled all of those talks into a collection of common themes and big ideas we heard again and again from speakers like Elon Musk of Tesla and SpaceX, Tina […]

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Make Your Event Unforgettable with Graphic Recording

Whether you organize events or simply attend them, you’ve probably noticed that engaging the attention conference and trade show attendees is harder than ever. For dozens of our clients, using graphic recorders to capture real-time visual notes is how they entice people to look up from their devices and focus on the unfolding discussions and presentations. […]

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Giving Women a Voice with World Pulse

Giving Women a Voice with World Pulse

Last weekend, Kelly had the opportunity to support a board reterat for a group called World Pulse. World Pulse is helping empower women all over the world, particularly grassroots leaders in developing nations such as Democratic Republic of Congo. The premise is simple yet powerful: by giving women a platform from which to tell their […]

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Becoming an Ultimate Productivity Ninja

Recording the breakout sessions at this year’s New York Times Small Business Summit was a blast. Special thanks to our partners Amex OPEN Forum for bringing us in. One of the most entertaining sessions was on becoming a “productivity ninja” in our busy and overcommitted times. Moderated by Jane Applegate, the panel featured several small […]

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