The pen is mightier than the sword. Especially when wielded to make a graphic recording at a workshop. Let’s break down exactly why that is, starting with a small explainer on graphic recording itself.
Also known as scribing or visual note-taking, graphic recording is a creative process that condenses conversations, presentations, meetings and workshops into a highly visual map. It’s used to highlight important points, making for an attractive and memorable summary. It can be used to jazz up a range of events, including workshops.
For a participant, noting down points to remember for later is a key part of most workshops. A graphic recording achieves exactly this with strong visuals’ added mnemonic and aesthetic benefits. The finished graphic recording can be mailed to participants or printed out and gifted to them as keepsakes. You can even go a step further and add the final graphic recording to merchandise like shirts, bottles and notebook covers.
“ Graphic recordings also capture participant
responses and other impulsive moments that take
place in the workshop.“
Graphic recordings also capture participant responses and other impulsive moments that take place in the workshop. This means it also includes audience feedback, which makes the workshop feel that much more engaging – allowing your audience to feel like a bigger part of the session. From a host perspective, capturing audience feedback gives you a chance to review your workshop and make any improvements if you need to. Curious about having a graphic recorder at your next brainstorming session? With over 7 years of experience, we’re exactly the artists you need. Reach out to us via email, DM or by calling us on +91 9008761872 for more information.