At Sketch Videos HQ, we’re always delighted to chat with people when they’re just starting to plan a work conference or event.
There are so many ways we can work together to add clarity and sparkle to your well-planned day. Listening to your ideas, adding our own, and together working out the best way to value-add to your conference. - perhaps with live sketching, pre-created content or after-conference collateral based on the discussions of the day.
We’re always happy to try and work within your budget to come up with a bespoke plan that really sets your event apart.
We have a great team of professional live sketchers who can stand alongside speakers on stage and clarify their messages with visual zings. And we have graphic recorders that work with you to really best capture panel discussions. Or perhaps a sketcher to draw in the foyer when your conference attendees are milling about and discussing the ideas of the day.
It’s all possible.
Sketch Videos recently worked with researcher Joseph Tighe to create a compelling video about the important eHealth app iBobbly.
iBobbly is the world’s first suicide prevention app designed especially for use by Indigenous Australians.
The name iBobbly comes from a Kimberley greeting, the region where the iBobbly trial first took place.
We worked with Joe to script and visualise a video that helps explain the reasons, the research and the very encouraging results for the iBobbly app.
We’re very proud to be involved in a small way with this project and to help showcase the iBobbly app. We hope it makes a real difference.
Have a look at the finished video here.
Matt is Chief Doodler at Sketch Group. He has contributed to several books on visual thinking, most recently The World of Visual Facilitation.