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Visual Recording

Visual Recording

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Tom Kealey

June 22, 2012
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  1. Let me put you in the picture Let me show

    you what I mean Love Spreads, Stone Roses Second Coming 1994
  2. Shanghai World Financial Centre ্ւ环ٿۚ༥த৺

  3. Intro let me put you in the picture let me

    tell you what i mean
  4. Visual Thinking solving problems with pictures visual

  5. Framing setting expectations make it easier, even compelling, to pick

    up a pen/marker and engage in powerful conversations
  6. Agenda setting perspective 0 30 15 5 10 20 25

    open, intro science (why?) skills (what?) recording (what? how?) tips, advice, close
  7. Science why should I care?

  8. Science neuroscience * neurons - an electrically excitable cell that

    processes and transmits information 50% processing power dedicated to visual input Data Processing 75% neurons dedicated to visual sense Data Input
  9. Science retention and recall Doodle Power 29% increase in recollection

    Picture Superiority Effect Oral 10% accuracy Oral + Picture 65% accuracy (>72hrs) Source: Brain Rules by John Medina a
  10. Skills have I got what it takes?

  11. Tools eyes mind’s eye hand+eye

  12. Accessories whiteboard markers paper pencil or pen or

  13. I can’t draw

  14. Visual Alphabet Can you draw these? #botnapkin

  15. Solving problems with pictures has nothing to do with artistic

    talent. I can draw
  16. Understand the essence Enhance dialogue Explore ideas Improve communication

  17. Recording what’s it all about then?

  18. Visual Recording sketchnotes 1 bla bla bla bla bla wolf

    graphic recording 2 aka. scribing, graphic note taking
  19. Sketchnotes the art of thinking/listening in pictures and words

  20. Sample sketchnotes Lettering Frames Bullets Connectors Pop People Emotions Icons

  21. Fundamentals sketchnotes Lettering Frames Bullets Connectors Pop People Emotions Icons

    Lettering Frames Bullets Connectors Pop People Emotions Icons
  22. Quick Reference six ways we see and show Who? What?

    - things, people and roles - portraits, objects How much? - measuring and counting - charts When? - scheduling and timing - timelines How? - how things influence each other - flowcharts Why? - seeing the big picture - plots Where? - directions + how things fit together - maps #botnapkin
  23. Graphic Recording collective exploration

  24. Stay Focused capture and go

  25. Improve Learning multi-sensory stimulation visual auditory kinaesthetic beat beat beat

    bea emotional +
  26. one

  27. Visual Recording - collect the viewpoints - see what you

    and others mean - capture your wisdom - increase ROI on speakers and gatherings - custom takeaways and meeting memories
  28. Tips and Advice how do I get started? how do

    I improve?
  29. Ed Emberley make a world my

  30. Starting Out stay curious Copy - steal like an artist

    - discover what works for you Practice - develop active listening/seeing skills + + + + + Make your mark - don’t be intimidated - stop apologising Look Out/In Up/Down - open your eyes - it’s all around you - signs (esp. if crowds or speed involved)
  31. References books, tweeps and video solving problems with pictures brain

    books dan_roam sunnibrown loosetooth davegray craightonbarman naceyduarte rohdesign austinkeon evalottchen twitter online sunnibrown imagethink evalottchen
  32. Feedback checking expectations make it easier, even compelling, to pick

    up a pen/marker and engage in powerful conversations
  33. Go Doodle

  34. Draw Out leave your mark grab draw post up 1

    2 3 anything
  35. Tom Kealey Agile Coach and Visual Thinker +46 (0)73 8338

    073 | tom@zerodegrees.nu | www.zerodegrees.nu | @tomkealey | linkedin.com/in/tomkealey .nu