Combining TiltBrush, Grove Strategic Visioning templates, and some past work to propose an approach for a two-day meeting.
TiltBrush's recent update allows for multiple reference images, meaning that several visual templates can be used at once. VR graphic facilitation is nearly here!
For the last four years, UniMed Direct has featured graphic facilitation as a central element of their presence at the National Workers' Compensation and Disabilty Conference. They designed a 10'x8' whiteboard as an integral part of their booth. My job is to ask people open ended questions about their particular line of business in the worker's comp industry. I love it: it's not salesy at all (what do I know about worker's comp?), everyone is friendly and easy to work with, and best of all, the open discussions have no time pressure. That means not only do I get to have rich discussions, but I can also record them at an unhurried pace. So even though the final chart LOOKS like a graphic recording, it's actually graphic facilitation slowed way down, in small groups, and spread across two days.
The video also includes sketchnotes from a preconference keynote and an after party adult coloring activity.
At the International Forum of Visual Practitioners annual gathering in August 2016 in Washington, DC, we partnered with Kevin Reese of School Sculptures to create a kinetic sculpture representing the future community of visual practitioners. This was the result.
New action sketch for Dr. John Ambery
In a wireless world, your brain is hard-wired to misinterpret what you read. Here's why.
Interview featuring Visioneering at the OGSystems' 2015 GEOINT booth.
Action sketch for the National Art Education Association on Learning in a Visual Age - Why Art Education Matters
Following the Grove's method of Strategic Visioning using visual templates
Time lapse video of drawing a vision map to illustrate OGSystems' Immersive Engineering Experience.
This vision map was designed by pulling highlights and keywords from interviews of key stakeholders to the Immersive Engineering process.
First whiteboard-based action sketch!
Action sketch version of my TEDx talk, "What's Wrong With This Picture," on why we should let kids draw in class and grown-ups draw in meetings. First delivered at TEDxLizardCreek in Lake Gaston, North Carolina, on April 26, 2014.
Facilitating a group through the Myers-Briggs is a personal favorite of mine. A visual approach is fantastic for explaining the abstract concepts behind psychological types.
Experimenting with a limited color palette and chalk negative space.