It’s wonderful that so many more event managers, facilitators, and leaders realise the value of engaging a graphic recorder to capture their meetings, workshops, and conferences.
Several years ago (in Australia at least) it was the case that graphic recording as a service was not well understood. Partly thanks to the tireless work of organisations like Graphic Recorders Australia, this has changed and the industry has matured.
However, it can still be confusing for someone who has never used a graphic recorder before to understand what all of the options are. And there are quite a few! Most people don’t realise that graphic recording takes many forms: large, small, digital, physical, in-person, remote … there are a number of lenses through which the service can be viewed.
Understanding these lenses and the benefits of each can help clients make a better informed decision about how best to engage a graphic recorder. And so I present for your reading pleasure, the most comprehensive (that I’m aware) list of options for how graphic recording can be utilised: graphic recording: what it is and how it works.
I hope this article is useful for understanding just what’s possible, and how graphic recording can add real value in so many different ways!