At present we find ourselves in a time period characterised by rapid change, to which we appear to react with clever organising. Rapid change goes hand in hand with an immensely high data-density: images, photos, videos play a crucial role in conveying information. Drawing is an intrinsically and intuitively intelligent tool that can be used to (interactively) record key elements of a conversation, engage participants or structure complex matters.

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illustration, cartoon or comic strip

An illustration, cartoon or comic strip can make a point and convey a setting at the wink of an eye – directly and concisely. It can enliven the context or break text-blocks into doable parts. In specific situations an illustration may be preferred over a photo for privacy reasons, but also because the limits of what is possible in an illustration are dictated by imagination more than by physical parameters. An illustration can be tailored carefully and relatively easily to meet specific demands.

Infographic or visual prompt

Infographics can be compact relaying or visualising data. A visual prompt can be more lively, showing keypoints of a complex subjects. Understandable for those new to the subject and offering a prompting structure for experts. The making of such a visual is like a puzzle: brainstorming with a group we look for a good metaphor and then step by we converge from sketch to line drawing to final product.

Graphic recording

During a meeting, workshop or training we can make a live drawing incorporating key elements of the discussion and the context. The result is a visual summary, which ties together discussion points and provides an overview of complex material. For those attending, the drawing functions as a quick reminder of what was said. For the absentees it can be a way to follow the process.

Animation or visual writing

In a short film (2-4 min) a hand draws the essence of a situation, the problems involved, possible solutions or a call-for-action. The film is made following a script and storyboard. The combination of a compact voice-over with drawings makes it a powerful method to convey information with the directness of a verbal message and the richness of dedicated visuals. In some cases we also work together with other professionals: filmers, editors, sound engineers or scenariowriters.

Visual harvesting

Participants and facilitator work together to set goals or achieve a joint result. Visual harvesting is an effective way to structure input from different parties (perhaps with conflicting interests) or to enhance engagement: input is drawn live, as it becomes available, thereby offering the possibility for participants to react to it directly or at a later point in time. It may for example be used in community-development for new implementations but also in har

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