In my last post but one I said a little bit about what I now do for a living. This post expands on that by delving into the topic of sketchnoting.
Sketchnoting is a technique in which one uses imagery and diagrams in note-taking as a way of anchoring memory, concepts, context and themes. Done well, it helps bring content to life in a unique and compelling way. It provides an opportunity for warm humour and leaves a long-lasting impression. You’ll never want to throw your meeting or conference notes away again and I guarantee it’ll be much easier to recall what the hell was going on.
As a consulting artist with a corporate background I am uniquely placed to offer sketchnoting as one of my services. This might see me sitting alongside your senior management team on a strategy retreat, attending a sales meeting or capturing the Chairman’s town hall address. Pricing is bespoke to the project as every single one is different and the outputs and production can vary depending on the scenario.
If you like the example shown here, please do get in touch (firstname.lastname@example.org). I’d love to hear what you need to say and help you say it well and unforgettably.
I am indebted to Julie Drybrough and Peter Cook for allowing me to sketchnote their Google Hangout. You can see the actual interview here on Peter’s blog. You can read more about Julie’s fascinating Dialogue work here. Both of them are worthy of your further attention and both would bring a new dimension to the way your business works and talks together.