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Helping Communities of Interest Learn, Share, and Dream

May 5th, 2015 · No Comments · business, edtech, entrepreneurship, envizualize, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, sketchnotearmy, storytelling, technology, visual sensemaking, vizsales vizmarketing vizpersuasion, workshops

Got the opportunity to support learning for three different communities of interest recently. Community of Interest #1: Nonprofit change agents Client: Solid Fire Consulting Community of Interest: People who worked in the nonprofit sector who wanted to apply participatory facilitation methods within their organizations. Event: How Can We Work Better Together? Participatory Facilitation and Leadership […]

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Playing with Expansive, a social whiteboarding app for iPad

March 31st, 2015 · No Comments · business, edtech, entrepreneurship, envizualize, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, presentation design, sketchnotearmy, Uncategorized

Sketchnotes of the Initiafy pitch I recently tested out a social whiteboarding app called Expansive, creating real-time sketchnotes during pitches by startups. The pitches were delivered at a Digital Irish event, a regular meetup of Irish expatriate tech entrepreneurs in NYC. Expansive is an iPad app, which is designed for multiple collaborators to contribute at […]

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Value Proposition Design, Envizualized

October 23rd, 2014 · No Comments · business, coworking, entrepreneurship, envizualize, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, presentation design, public speaking, storytelling

Alex Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur gave a talk about their book, Value Proposition Design, from their home base in Europe via video conference to a rapt audience of entrepreneurs and business people at New Work City in lower Manhattan last night. Above is my visual capture of the key ideas they discussed. Can’t wait to […]

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David Pogue and Jonny Goldstein Talk (and Draw) Photoshop for Yahoo Tech

July 3rd, 2014 · No Comments · business, envizualize, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, storytelling, technology, visual sensemaking

David Pogue, the Yahoo Tech commentator, PBS NOVA host, and prolific tech author, brought me in to whiteboard his review of the latest version of Photoshop for a video on Yahoo Tech. We had a great time making this. Hope you enjoy it! And for those curious about David, he’s great to work with. Funny, […]

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Pics from the NASA International Space Apps Challenge NYC event

April 17th, 2014 · No Comments · edtech, entrepreneurship, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, npTech, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, storytelling, technology

It was an honor to support the NYC portion of NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge hackathon. Here are some pics of the event and my visual capture of the final project pitches.

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(re)Present Yourself

February 4th, 2014 · No Comments · business, edtech, entrepreneurship, envizualize, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, npTech, presentation design, public speaking, storytelling, Uncategorized, visual sensemaking

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University of the Arts Workshop at MID

October 23rd, 2013 · No Comments · business, edtech, envizualize, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, information design, Information Visualization, large scale visual notes, npTech, partnerships, presentation design, public speaking, storytelling, visual sensemaking, workshops

Here are some notes, resources, pictures and links for my University of the Arts workshop participants. We had a bunch of Masters of Industrial Design/Design for Social Impact students, one Industrial Design faculty member, one undergraduate I.D. student, and two Museum Exhibit Planning and Design MFA students. Everyone brought their own project, or projects, to […]

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