The visual recorder works in ‘real time’, creating a visual depiction of the discussion as it takes place. This process often sparks fresh ideas and direction by helping to create an environment in which all participants feel able to contribute.
It’s typically done on a very large sheet of paper attached to the wall where all participants can see it as it evolves. At the end of the workshop, meeting or event you’re left with a bright, colourful representation of the discussion.
This can be framed or laminated as a visual record of the meeting. It can also be photographed and reproduced as a digital file to be used for ongoing communication purposes.
Its uses and lifespan are limited only by your imagination.
Visual Facilitation and Visual Recording both use imagery (pictures, flow charts, words, etc) to illustrate an idea or plan. Often this process is also know as graphic recording, for obvious reasons.
Feedback from Visual Recording Clients
Visual recording of ‘Creating our Tomorrow’ for Social Enterprise Auckland.
Visual Recording in action….
Visual Recording of PASAI’s 3-Day Workshop in Fiji. Thanks to PASAI for letting us share these images. More about PASAI…
“…Janelle and Andrea were superb and delivered a very professional service that our workshop participants were really impressed with and greatly admired.” Tiofilusi Tiueti – Chief Executive, PASAI (Pacific Association of Supreme Audit Institutions) Read more…