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What We Do

Graphic facilitation and graphic recording help navigate the tricky waters of your toughest challenges

ImageThink is a global visual facilitation and graphic recording firm in New York City.

We use the tools of virtual graphic facilitation, visual theory, and design thinking principles to enable our clients to capture and communicate complex information and insights, in person or in virtual meetings.

How Can We Help Tell Your Visual Story?

Graphic Facilitation and Graphic recording work together to make virtual conferences and remote meetings a success.

Elevate Virtual Meetings

How do you keep participants attentive and engaged during virtual meetings? ImageThink has a decade of experience keeping virtual attendees connected, collaborative, and creative with virtual graphic facilitation, and facilitation.

Graphic recorders create illustrations and agendas to form a road map for successful meetings.

Ignite Productive (Virtual) Meetings

Facilitate, illustrate, and optimize your biggest ideas. ImageThink supports strategy sessions, retreats, or pitch meetings using graphic recording, visual theory, the ImageThink Method™.

Graphic Recording and social listening murals help attendees run with your content.

Captivate Your Virtual Event Attendees

Inspire audiences with real-time graphic recording for keynotes, drive engagement with social listening murals, and create audience-brand relationships with interactive sponsorship opportunities.

Graphic facilitation and graphic recording help ideas soar.

Visualize and Share Insights

Rely on ImageThink’s studio team of graphic recorders to design hand-drawn infographics, create customer or patient journey maps, develop time-lapse animations, or visualize your strategy.

Graphic facilitation workshops help audiences climb the ladder of knowledge.

Level Up Your Thinking– Virtual Workshops

Host a dynamic visual workshop to empower your team. We offer tracks in creative virtual brainstorming, visual leadership, and whiteboarding. Alternatively, hire Nora Herting to deliver a virtual keynote or virtual workshop on visual leadership at your next event.

Graphic recorder scribing visual notes to capture big ideas

What is Graphic Recording?

Virtual Graphic Recording is redrawing all the rules about virtual meetings. It is the process of clarifying ideas by transcribing it in words and picturing discussions in real-time.

This powerful method unleashes innovation in organizations and fuels growth using words and images to capture and communicate big ideas.

Looking to engage and rise above zoom fatigue? Our virtual graphic recording, virtual facilitation, and moderation support will elevate your next online meeting.

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Innovative Industry Leaders

Dedicated team of graphic facilitators and graphic recorders

Founded and led by Nora Herting, ImageThink is a recognized expert in the field of Graphic Facilitation and Visual Leadership.

Like all great art, graphic recording helps people make connections and tells a story.

A true creative partner, ImageThink offers a full complement of support, with white glove service that continues long after your project ends.

ImageThink graphic facilitators travel physically, or virtually, to support our clients

ImageThink has delivered impactful, engaging visuals for over a decade. Our team supports over 300 engagements a year in 25 countries and counting.

  • Accenture
  • Cannes Lions
  • Celgene
  • GE
  • George P. Johnson
  • Google
  • IBTTA
  • Inc.
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Lilly
  • LinkedIn
  • Matchstick LLC
  • Nike
  • NYC Department of Education
  • Ogilvy
  • PBS
  • Pencil
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Salesforce
  • Toyota
  • United Nations
  • UPS
  • WBENC

The big ideas book encourages us all to embrace the “increasingly visual age… and harness the power of visual thinking to stimulate creative ideas, and gain increasing clarity. [Draw Your Big Idea is] a real opportunity to get.

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Nora Herting, founder and CEO of ImageThink wouldn’t call what she does doodling. Her company helps businesses chart conversations and complex issues with live interactive drawing events and visual note-taking.

Sarah Lindenfeld Hall
Fast Company

ImageThink works with companies to “map out” their brainstorming sessions visually a leader in its field.

Norm Brodsky
Inc

People are more likely to understand and retain complex information if it is presented visually rather than in a purely verbal form.

Killian Fox
The Guardian

Standing in front of a large poster board is Heather Willems. It’s her job to illustrate everything Wolfram talks about during his 60-minute keynote in real time By the time Wolfram is wrapping up, Willems has finished an illustrated version of the keynote with diagrams, captions, and even a drawing of the toy triceratops.

Pete Pachal
Mashable

The Orange Room went back to the drawing board – literally. ImageThink graphics facilitator Heather Willems drew her interpretation of TODAY all morning long on Friday, covering everything from the JFK anniversary to Thanksgiving meals.

Matt Murray
TODAY

For New York-based ImageThink, the burgeoning sector has allowed two artists to join the corporate world, one meeting at a time.

Jacob Hall
Entrepreneur

What makes ImageThink different from the others is that it was started from nothing, by two women who wanted to use their knowledge and passions to empower others.

Shannon Matloob
SWAAY

ImageThink has figured out a way to use doodles to unlock the creativity of business owners and employees alike.

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