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IFVP 2012 Conference Visual Scrapbook

September 4th, 2012 · 2 Comments · business, edtech, entrepreneurship, envizualize, government, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, npTech, partnerships, presentation design, sketchnotearmy, storytelling, technology, Uncategorized, visual sensemaking, vizsales vizmarketing vizpersuasion

(Capturing conversation at the community partnership workshop) If you are in any of the photos and would like your name captioned, send me an email jonny(at)envizualize.com, or comment below and I will write a caption for you. Helping plan and run an International Forum of Visual Practitioners (IFVP) conference is a powerful learning experience, once […]

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Show-n-Tell #3 Recap

July 10th, 2012 · No Comments · business, coworking, edtech, entrepreneurship, envizualize, government, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, sketchnotearmy, storytelling

Great turnout at Show-n-Tell #3 at CatpultPGH in Garfield/Friendhip. About 25 people got out of the heat and into some sweet AC to learn, connect, and share. Bill Peduto (above) discussed population growth and loss in various parts of Pittsburgh over the last 10 years. Peduto discussed three powerful items that could contribute to a […]

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RSVP for Show-n-Tell #3, July 6, 4PM, With Bill Peduto, Kit Mueller, Kristin Hughes, Laurie Trok, and Jonny Goldstein

June 12th, 2012 · No Comments · business, edtech, entrepreneurship, envizualize, government, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, large scale visual notes, partnerships, public speaking

Come join our amazing lineup of Show-n-Tellers on Friday, July 6, 4-5PM at CatapultPGH. RSVP here. Who: Bill Peduto, Pittsburgh District 8 Councilman will talk about whatever is on his mind and field your questions. Kit Mueller is one of the powerhouses behind Pittsburgh’s wildly successful Startup Weekend. Get ready for some epic Show-n-Tell from […]

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This is what an intro to graphic recording workshop looks like

February 10th, 2012 · 2 Comments · edtech, envizualize, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, sketchnotearmy, storytelling, visual sensemaking, workshops

(video snippet of graphic recording workshop. 35 seconds) Graphic recording is a technique for turning transforming conversation into large scale visual notes composed of pictures, text, and diagrams as the conversation happens. I had the pleasure of giving 45 Carnegie Mellon University undergraduate design majors a taste of graphic recording with a mini-workshop I led […]

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Art and Code: DIY 3D Visualization and Sensing

October 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · edtech, envizualize, graphic recording, Information Visualization

See the complete set of graphic recordings I did at Art and Code: DIY Sensing and Visualization here. The conference, orchestrated by Golan Levin, explored the fascinating world of do it yourself 3D sensing and visualization with artists, hackers, and designers from all over the world. The Microsoft Kinect recently changed this field drastically by […]

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IFVP Conference 2012: Connecting Art, Technology, and Business in the City of Bridges

October 19th, 2011 · 2 Comments · business, edtech, entrepreneurship, envizualize, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, npTech, partnerships, storytelling, technology, visual sensemaking, vizsales vizmarketing vizpersuasion, workshops

I am thrilled that the International Forum of Visual Practitioners 2012 conference will be happening in my current hometown, Pittsburgh, the City of Bridges. Pittsburgh holds the world record for number of bridges, edging out Venice by four bridges. I think this is very appropriate to the IFVP conference, as we help our clients connect […]

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Want more kids to grow up to be Steve Jobs? Provide more art education for our kids

October 6th, 2011 · No Comments · edtech

Photo by San Jose Library (CC BY-SA 2.0) What made Steve Jobs great? It wasn’t any one thing: it was a combination of traits and skillsets. I would argue his most important trait was, to quote Joe Nocera of the NYTimes: …an astonishing aesthetic sense, which businesspeople almost always lack. Now an astonishing aesthetic sense […]

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