Graphic Recording Practice & why it’s important

martin Reeves scribe small.jpgThere are 2 reasons to do Graphic Recording practice between paid jobs. 1: to get better (duh) and 2: because the vast majority of client work in this field is Data Protected. Usually you’re working with the top echelons of the company, documenting their strategy and plans for the future, so the content can be a bit top secret. That means absolutely no sharing it on your website on pain of death. As a result, many Graphic Recorders and Facilitators can work solidly for months without anything tangible to show for it (apart from a happy bank manager). So doing the odd ‘practice’ recording is good to keep your hand in, but also useful to show people what you can do. This recording took about 1.5 hours and was then photographed and cleaned up in photoshop to show how it would be delivered to the client. Here’s the original video.

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made with pens and paper and then cleaned in photoshop

 

Digital Scribing practice: Bill Gross ‘The Single Biggest Reason Why Startups Succeed’ TED Talk

I needed some practice taking graphic notes digitally so I used this talk by Bill Gross as inspiration…https://www.ted.com/talks/bill_gross_the_single_biggest_reason_why_startups_succeed good old TED to the rescue againsuceess

startups

die

tyson

i looked accross

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timing

cash copy

vital

ready