Tag: sketchnotes

Learn Visual Thinking Skills: Hope and Fears of New Participants

“Excited. Love This Work! Going For It With Conviction Feels Scary! Ready to Take It To The Next Level. Scared Yet I Want to Feel Confident” Those are some of the conflicting phrases expressed by participants as we kicked off the spring online version of Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals this week (my course that teaches the… Read more »


ARE YOU FOOLISH TO WANT TO USE INNOVATIVE METHODS?

Audio Version: Click Player to Stream or Right Click on Link to Download. For full Audio Library of Past Messages, Click Here Every week I do Exploratory Calls with people from various places that contact me because they are attracted to things I do and teach. This week I found myself repeating several statements to… Read more »


Learn Graphic Facilitation [Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals, Online] Last Day for Early Bird

Hey, hey last day to save five hundred smackaroos! Add the power of working visually to your own process toolkit! These skills are also referred to as Graphic Facilitation, Visual Facilitation, Graphic Recording, Scribing, etc. Join fellow consultants, facilitators, trainers, coaches, speakers, therapists, managers and other Process Professionals from around the globe in this leading-edge… Read more »


Learn Graphic Facilitation [Spring’s Online Visual Skills Course] Early Bird Ends Monday

Ready to learn or brush up on your visual skills AND save yourself five hundred smackaroos?! FYI, the Early Bird rate of our Spring offering of Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals ends Monday … so nab your spot now! WHO: For Leaders, Managers, Consultants, Trainers, Facilitators, Coaches, Therapists and other Process Professionals who work with groups and/or… Read more »


Tips for Color Use in Graphic Recording and Graphic Facilitation

One of my enjoyable activities this fall is shepherding a keen herd of visually interested professionals through The Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals via my 9-week online course. I use web conferencing technology, plus have the ability to do live scribing via the use of my digital tablet. Very handy for explaining concepts and demos of the… Read more »


[Magic Marker Retreats] 2 Spots Left For Fri-Sat Visual Bootcamp … Come :)

We’re down to the last few days before our Advanced Visual Skills Bootcamp this Friday and Saturday … just 2 spots left. Join us for rare, in-person mentoring in the visual way of working … open to all past and present attendees of Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals (or those with equivalent experience). Surrounded by whiteboards, flips… Read more »


[Magic Marker Retreats] Join us In Misty Victoria on Nov. 7-8

As the fall mists of pretty Victoria, British Columbia softly swirl outside our windows, a small group of dedicated Process Professionals gather to hone craft, confidence and community. Surrounded by whiteboards, flips charts, markers, pastels and various other instruments of our trade we hunker down in service of each person present … helping them get… Read more »


TIPS FOR COLOR USE IN VISUAL PROCESS WORK

I’m right smack in the middle of leading one of my Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals online courses. My course that teaches fellow Process Professionals the ins and outs of working visually with groups and individuals (i.e. studio work, graphic recording, graphic facilitation and graphic coaching). We’ve attracted another wonderful cohort from across the English speaking world:… Read more »


Tips for Website Creation and Refresh

One of my clients left her scientific career in the summer, to pursue her passion for Graphic Recording full-time. As such, one of her first strategies upon leaving (after taking a few weeks to decompress, relax and have some fun) was to dive in and work on her identity, brand and refresh her website …… Read more »


[Magic Marker Retreats] They’re Here …

Back in 2002, when I returned to Canada after being gone a decade in San Francisco … I pretty much knew everyone in the Graphic Facilitation community in North America and Europe who was an independent practitioner, given it was that small and niche back then. Having moved back to my hometown of Victoria, British… Read more »