Hi everyone, hope you’re doing well. We’ve got some exciting news- we’re going to be running workshops on visual facilitation for beginners in London this summer. Ideal for those looking to have a go at developing their visual practice for selling, leading or training; we’ll be partnering with an exciting associate to bring you an […]
Happy New Year, everyone! Hope you all had a great festive break and are back to work with a bang (or a thud!). January brings with it the promise of new resolutions and motivation, and as a way to kick off 2017, we started by celebrating World Sketchnote Day on the 11th. Partnering with the […]
This month, I had the pleasure of supporting a close client and the World Health Organization with graphic recording for their staff workshop in Geneva. It was a great way to end the year and we produced a huge piece to help the team communicate their achievements and future goals. I’ve been fortunate to work […]
*UPDATE on 5/8: This Workshop is now full, please sign up for details of the next one. Thanks!* Hi guys, I hope you’re all well and having a great year so far! If you’re looking to learn a new skill this summer, then why not join myself and The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) for a ‘Visual Note-taking […]
Partnerships play a vital role in business; they allow for growth of custom in new markets, and provide the opportunity for new relations to be formed, new collaborations to be created.
There’s nothing better than when a client calls with an offer of collaborating on (yet another) project; it’s the reason I love working as a freelancer, for going those extra miles and appreciating what’s manifested as a result. So, when the lovely folks at Pearson called, I jumped at the chance to help support them again; […]
Having recently browsed a GF forum, I came upon an interesting post questioning value. The writer asked if what we do as graphic recorders provides value, and if so, how can it be measured if there are no KPI’s. It lead me to think about what we do as visual practitioners and to question what […]