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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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Envizualizing the E Source Utility Customer Experience Conference

May 14th, 2012 · No Comments · business, entrepreneurship, envizualize, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, large scale visual notes, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, storytelling, visual sensemaking

The photo above is from the E Source Utility Customer Experience Conference, which I just had the pleasure of joining in Las Vegas. E Source’s mission is “To advance the efficient and environmentally sound use and provision of energy.” My friends know that I love the rush of public speaking—It’s even better when I can […]

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Wall Street Journal Article: “Doodling For Dollars”

April 27th, 2012 · No Comments · business, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, public speaking, storytelling

Nice article in the Wall Street Journal on how businesses are using what I call “Hands-on visual thinking,” and what they call “Doodling,” to work more effectively. Here’s the link.

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Innovation Illustrated 1: The Build-Measure-Learn Feedback Loop

April 18th, 2012 · No Comments · business, entrepreneurship, envizualize, graphic facilitation, information design, Information Visualization, visual sensemaking

I am really excited about the current energy around innovation in general and startups in particular. For me, one of the best ways to learn something is to attempt to distill it into a visual summary. I hope this will be useful for you too. One of the powerful things about creating a visual version […]

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Preview of IFVP 2012 Conference

April 6th, 2012 · 2 Comments · envizualize, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, npTech, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, sketchnotearmy, storytelling, technology, Uncategorized, visual sensemaking, vizsales vizmarketing vizpersuasion, workshops

(Graphic by Leah Silverman) (Leah Silverman, Emily Marko, Jonny Goldstein at our first planning meeting for the IFVP 2012 Conference) (Jonny Goldstein with brainspill on the topic of the upcoming visual thinking for groups conference in Pittsburgh, AKA the 17th Annual IFVP Conference) The rapid approach of the 2012 International Forum of Visual Practitioners Conference […]

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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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CMU Design Workshop

February 8th, 2012 · No Comments · envizualize, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, presentation design, public speaking, storytelling, visual sensemaking, workshops

I am thrilled that Carnegie Mellon University Design Professors Kristin Hughes and Wayne Chung invited me to do a guest workshop with CMU design students on the power and practice of hands-on visual listening. When you are hands-on visual listening, you are doing your best to listen to what someone is saying and drawing pictures, […]

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