ImageThink facilitators draw on a decade of experience running meetings for the biggest companies in the world. Our process begins with a consultation designed to uncover your meeting’s true objectives and includes robust and detailed agendas, custom visual templates, and exercises that ignite creativity.
Illustrating the Point
Our meeting illustrators teach teams to “think in images,” which sparks creativity, strengthens focus, and facilitates problem-solving. ImageThink graphic recording is more than large-scale sketchnotes. Whether you’re brainstorming, delivering a pitch, or developing a strategic plan, ImageBoards help to capture, memorialize, and socialize your best ideas.
Leaders in the Field
Inspired by design thinking principles, our ImageThink Method™ serves as a framework for delivering user-centered business transformations. In combination with our rigorously honed illustrative style, the ImageThink Method™ ensures you benefit from an approach optimized for creativity, agility, and results.
How It Works
- Map out strategy with hand-captured illustrations
- Actually visualize during brand visioning exercises
- Jumpstart creativity in your brainstorming sessions
- Capture the plans in your Advisory Board meetings
- Add inspiration to leadership summits
- Stand out in client pitch meetings
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Frequently Asked Questions
Meeting illustration, or graphic recording as we call it, is the real-time translation of conversations or presentations into text and pictures. Graphic recorders do three things simultaneously: they listen for key ideas, synthesize them, and document them in visual form. It gives meeting and conference attendees an opportunity to absorb content on a visual level.
In a presentation, graphic recording increases engagement and memory-retention for the participants. Many people are visual learners, and studies indicate that people remember more information when combined with visuals than via spoken word alone.
During a brainstorm or strategy session, a skilled graphic recorder will synthesize all of the group’s contributions into a coherent visual while revealing connections between ideas that might otherwise have gone unnoticed. This practice promotes creative thinking, collaboration and deeper engagement by creating a collective vision (literally).
In our ImageThink workshops, we teach several ways to make meetings more productive, including effective whiteboarding techniques, group creativity exercises, and best practices for assigning action items and owners when the meeting is done.
At ImageThink, we price our graphic recording services according to the nature of your engagement – whether it’s an internal meeting or public conference, for example – and how much support you need. Staffing, time, and materials are all factors in our rate card. Get in touch to discuss how we can help bring your biggest ideas to the surface and we’ll provide you with a custom quote.