Category Archives: GRAPHIC FACILITATION

The “Recording” Part of Graphic Recording

Written on July 20, 2015 at 11:26 pm, by

[Note: due to fiduciary reasons details have been obscurred] Live graphic recording can do many useful things to help collaborative groups learn and remember things. This image is less “graphic” than what I typically post but to the client it was equally effective. This was a record of a user feedback session about a pieceContinue Reading

A Client Recommendation from CEO Julie Murchinson of Health Evolution Summit

Written on May 22, 2015 at 3:07 pm, by

The following endorsement comes from CEO Julie Murchinson of Health Evolution Summit in regards to the work Griot’s Eye did in support of their 2015 healthcare summit: “To describe Christopher’s graphic recording services as exemplary or his foam boards as stunning would still be understating his exceptional professionalism and talent. During our three-day healthcare Summit,Continue Reading

Just Show Up & Add Value

Written on February 25, 2015 at 3:06 pm, by

Early in my days of learning the art and craft of graphic facilitation and knowledge work a mentor of mine imparted on me a piece of wisdom that I took to heart and bring to every client engagement I am a part of: “just show up and add value.” That’s my mantra. That is myContinue Reading

Revisiting A 2010 Real-Time Graphic Record on Healthcare Reform

Written on June 30, 2012 at 1:49 pm, by

In light of the recent historic Supreme Court healthcare ruling, I am sharing a graphic record I did two years ago after the healthcare bill was first passed. It is a real-time capture of the opening presentation of Dr. Allen Kemp, the keynote speaker, at a healthcare forum for physicians and administrators. The illustration isContinue Reading