Our 10 Year Anniversary

As you might know we celebrated our 10 year anniversary on October 4th. To all of you who participated – Thank you for a lovely day. It wouldn’t have been the same without you. We hope you had a playful and inspiring day – like we did.

To those who could not make it thank you for the greetings – it has been overwhelming.

Revisit or get a feeling of the day:

The Visual Agenda – Click to enlarge or download

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Watch a short Video of the day

See pictures from the day

Plenum session – Business Model Generation

The Visual summary of Patrick Van der Pijl’ presentation “Where Design Meets Business”.

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Visit their homepage here: www.businessmodelsinc.com

Patrick

Workshop – Graphic Facilitation Training Template

Click on the image to watch and download our Graphic Facilitation Training Template

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Workshop – Animated Video

This video was produced during our 1 hour video workshop showing ideas on future leadership skills – co-created by participants.

Workshop – Icon Library

Pick up icons for your field – Co-created at our workshop: Boost your Icon Library.

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Neuland made our day colourful

We got to try all the gear a graphic facilitator can dream of – And we simply LOVE their new whiteboard markers. Visit their homepage and get inspired by their great facilitation tools: www.neuland.com

Neuland

 

 

Graphic Facilitation Training Template

The template has been introduced in Hawaii and New York with input collected from around 90 members of the International Forum of Visual Facilitators (IFVP.org). Thank you to everyone!

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Bigger Picture Supporting The 43th St. Gallen Symposium

At the 43rd St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland where leaders of today and tomorrow meets to discuss what moves the world, Bigger Picture supported a plenary session by creating live graphic recording transmitted on 4 big projectors in the auditorium.
The result was a poster and an animated video which shows what the young generation intends to undertake in order to shape their future and at the same time celebrates the three winner Killian, Dragoslav and Bree of essay competition St. Gallen Wings of Excellence 2013.

 

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Guide to Graphic Facilitation – Tools

This is our second video of 8 videos explaining our own field: Visual Thinking and Graphic Facilitation.

They are short introductions to different aspects of our methodology.

The second video show what tools we suggest you bring along when facilitating graphically.

Stay tuned for more.

Guide to Graphic Facilitation – 7 Elements

For the past 2 years we have experimented with a new format – Created communication and dialogue tools by drawing – AND filming. With over 25 client and project videos out, we are now proud to present our latest video which is the first of 8 videos explaining our own field: Visual Thinking and Graphic Facilitation.

They are short introductions to different aspects of our methodology.

The first video explains 7 basic elements on how you can learn to draw almost anything when working with people in processes.

Stay tuned for more.