Live Graphic Recording Your Conferences, Presentations or brainstorming sessions
Live Graphic Recording is a powerful tool that captures a presentation, conversation or brainstorming session using illustrations, colour and lettering, in real time.
It focuses on capturing the essence of a discussion and concisely recording the key ideas and messages during conferences, corporate meetings and workshops, as it happens.
This process creates engagement and allows the participants to connect different ideas and perspectives. Often this will lead to helping develop new ideas. In open sessions, capturing contributions through brainstorming encourages focus and participation.
A Live Graphic Recording event helps participants understand, remember, and emotionally connect with what is being said in a fun and creative way. At the end of the session there is a memorable, fun, shareable visual artefact or visual snapshot that lives on, long after the event.
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The Benefits of using Live Graphic Recording Services
A Powerful Visual Tool
Helps the memory to process complex information quickly.
Live Graphic Recording events bring key messages to life and capture content in a unique and memorable way, that is both accessible and engaging for your audience.
Live Graphic Recording helps make events more inclusive for participants from a variety of demographics and cultural backgrounds.
Non-English speakers, or attendees for whom English is their second language, benefit enormously from visual symbology. Indigenous cultures, which are naturally visually focused, are also advantaged.
Making ideas visual helps focus and engage groups, therefore encouraging participation and retention.
Live Graphic Recording informs creative thinking and problem-solving, thereby, transforming complex ideas into simple concepts. Dry topics become rich and difficult topics become fluid.
As most of us are visual learners, it makes sense to use visual content as a means of communication and learning.
Maintains High Engagement Levels
Live Graphic Recording keeps engagement and focus levels high
The visuals are a talking point and a way of further embedding key content. It encourages high engagement with the audience as well as stimulating new ideas, innovative thinking, the building of trust, long-term commitment, action, laughter, positive energy, and a deep sense of satisfaction from participating.
Because it is a shared, live experience, everyone in the room sees and experiences the same experience.
This creates bonding and unity, as well as a strong sense of ownership as there is an understanding of co-creation in producing the outcome.
Provides Permanent Record Of Event
After the Live Graphic Recording event, a digitized image of the final recording is provided to the client, to keep and reuse. This ensures the content has a lasting effect after the event.
It enables continued sharing of the key messages of an event to those who were not able to be present at the time and helps to recap the event’s outcomes for those that did attend
The final image can be distributed through client networks, and across all social channels. It is an effective means of recall, as well as the continuation of conversations long after the event!
Captures Ideas In Real Time
A Live Graphic Recording happens in real-time capturing ideas in front of participants while the event happens.
Ideas and content are visually captured as people speak.
Everyone at the event experiences, and sees, the live visualization captured and participates in its creation. This connection allows participants to see more, gain insights, and finally, be able to make contributions. Energy and enthusiasm grow as they see their inputs being captured.
Provides Visual Anchors
Live Graphic Recording is basically key points in pictures and symbols.
Pictures provide visual anchors for people to remember.
Capturing people’s messages, responses, ideas, thoughts, and suggestions—into words, symbols images, and colour. It is a visual record of the process of exploring the information presented to create discussion.
This process leads to the visualisation of goals, and key messages and allows for real exploration of challenges.