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Brainstorming The Beach: ImageThink at Cannes Lions 2017

Brainstorming The Beach: ImageThink at Cannes Lions 2017

June 26, 2017

Visualizing a New World in Healthcare Last week, Cannes Lions Health brought together the best minds in healthcare, creative advertising, and industry trends. The goal?  To spark meaningful discussion on the future of these industries in the face major shifts in technology that are shaping our world. ImageThink hosted and graphic facilitated the Unconference Zone at Cannes Lions Health, shaping meaningful discussions and leading participants to tangible insights that popped off the page.  During the two days at Cannes Lions, we guided conversation and visualized perspectives as diverse as the think tank participants. Insights about creative communications came in from CMO’s, creative directors, […]

Why a Little Friendly Internal Competition Leads to Innovation

Why a Little Friendly Internal Competition Leads to Innovation

October 17, 2016

Are you struggling to bring innovative conference ideas to your industry? ImageThink supports Fortune 50 companies’ strategy sessions every year, and we’ve found a key theme among them is: a need for innovation. Where Does Innovation Ideas Come From? Great work takes innovative ideas, and organizations cannot passively wait for the muse to visit them. Our innovation workshop ideas comes from ImageThinking and a proactive use of the two C’s: Collaboration and Creativity. Collaboration, because a radically fresh perspective will lead to new ideas. All the creative industries use this technique; from jazz musicians to the original Looney Tunes animators. […]

Make Conferences Interactive with ImageThink Social Listening Murals

Make Conferences Interactive with ImageThink Social Listening Murals

September 14, 2016

  Looking for creative ideas to engage your conference attendees? After years of graphic recording keynote presenters and the like, we wanted to find a way to capture the voices of those in the audience, where a wealth of insights also lie.  What we came up with were ImageThink Social Listening Murals, an innovative interactive conference idea format that engages attendees and facilitates conversations between you and your audience. Picture a large canvas positioned in a high traffic area of your conference. The idea of social listening is simple: you come up with a question, attendees give their answers to ImageThink, and […]

San Diego Comic-Con Recap

San Diego Comic-Con Recap

August 3, 2016

ImageThink graphic recording presented a Draw Your Big Idea graphic recording workshop at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Co-founder Heather Willems walked attendees through exercises to help them achieve their goals with drawing. The turnout was exceptional, the passion of the group was infectious. Senior Graphic Recorder James Lake created real-time visualizations of the discussion as it unfolded. We started our graphic recording workshop with a brief history of ImageThink, including Heather’s story of starting out as a waitress & eavesdropping on her customer’s conversations. She found out she was a great listener & turned her napkin notes into murals, someone saw them & told her […]

7 Movie Quotes on Love and Gratitude, Illustrated

February 12, 2015

It’s that time of the year where store windows are decorated with glittery hearts and inspirational romantic quotes fill up your Facebook feed. Yes, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we at ImageThink are sending love and gratitude to our family, friends, colleagues and clients. In the spirit of the holiday, ImageThink blog  conducted an interview of our team members of their favorite movie quotes that expresses the sentiment of love. And better yet: since we are a group of visual thinkers and graphic recorders, we illustrated them. Could you find one that resinates with you the most? Scroll down to find out. 1. “There’s so […]

How to Draw a Soccer Ball in 5 Easy Steps

July 8, 2014

As a graphic recorder, you can draw a soccer ball as easy as ever with only a few steps. How to draw a soccer ball in 5 easy steps! Did you know? 1. Soccer developed in London’s famed Newgate Prison in the early 1800s. Prisoners who had their hands cut off for crimes of theft came up with a sport that used only their feet.  2. Known as “soccer” in the United States, the sport is known as “football” elsewhere. But the game’s original name was actually  “basket-ball” because the first goals were overturned wicker baskets. 3. Queen Elizabeth II was a natural […]