What Is Graphic Recording?

June 7, 2009[ssba]

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Graphic recording is the real-time translation of conversations or presentations into text and pictures. Graphic recorders do three things simultaneously: they listen for key ideas, synthesize them, and document them in visual form.  Oftentimes captured with marker on large scale boards or paper, graphic recording gives meeting and conference attendees an opportunity to absorb content on a visual level.

An experienced graphic recorder uses visual facilitation to reinforce the speaker’s content, clarify complex problems, and organize collective ideas.

The end result is a visual map of key insights that can be reflected on and shared post event. Learn more about who and why our clients use Graphic Recording in our Graphic Recording quick guide  http://www.imagethink.net/what-is-graphic-recording-a-quick-guide/