Examples of event scribing we’ve done over the years and posts on the topic of scribing, also known as graphic recording.

How work is changing – Cartoon Infographic

The world of work is changing. Most people know that (although someone should really tell HR). This narrative infographic is based on a keynote by Esko Kilpi, one of the leading commentators on the changing nature of work and new economy. I drew sketchnotes on my tablet during the talk, then turned the main points [...]

Graphic recording can make your event go viral

Example of an event cartoon tweet from a tech conference couple of years ago. Graphic recording is not just drawings on a huge piece of paper or a whiteboard. It can also be a completely digital process which means that it can be harnessed to spread the word about the event and the insights shared [...]

What is graphic recording? – Infographic

What is graphic recording exactly? This narrative infographic by my colleague Richy K. Chandler is one attempt to explain. We both offer visual recording/sketchnoting services here at Business illustrator. This is Richy's visual explanation of what a visual scribe can do.. (If you want an explanation of the terminology - check out this post on [...]

By | June 30th, 2014|Communication tips, Event scribing, X Explained|2 Comments

Microsoft SharePoint Conference – Cartoon Infographic

  I have a background in collaboration technology like Microsoft's Yammer (an enterprise social network). So in 2014 I was invited to talk at the annual get together for people working on Sharepoint and Microsoft Office 365 (and by get together I mean a massive conference in one of those massive hotels in Las Vegas). [...]

Graphic recording vs event sketchnoting – which service to use to illustrate an event?

Graphic recording services are very popular these days. You might have been to an event where an illustrator  draws what's been said on a giant sheet of paper or a whiteboard. There's something about drawings that help people see the topic or a problem in a different light. The visuals literally help people to get [...]

By | April 30th, 2014|Communication tips, Event scribing|4 Comments