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Raj Solanki Art

Indian-American man taking visual notes for a conference

Real-time drawings to wow your audience

Graphic Recording

Graphic recording is basically about listening carefully, digesting information, and then turning it into drawings right there on the spot. Usually, these drawings are done on a big sheet of paper or an artist's board. But in today's digital age, it's not uncommon to create them on a tablet and project them on screens all around the room.

Using visuals during presentations is like planting memory markers in people's minds. It's way simpler to recall an illustration of a flourishing garden than struggling to recall the phrase "nurture growth." Research shows that people remember about 80% of what they see, 10% of what they hear, and 20% of what they read. So, if you want to hold onto as much information as possible, go for graphic recording!

What is Graphic Recording?

Information is crucial, but what really matters is making sure people remember and understand it. Our visuals are like superchargers for memory retention, they foster collective intelligence, and they ignite curiosity and engagement, all of which lead to a deeper comprehension of the content. Graphic recording also works wonders in motivating employees. The brain processes visuals and emotions in the same area, so when people see information brought to life, it naturally stirs up excitement. Facing a deluge of data can overwhelm employees, but when you break it down into visuals, it becomes a breeze to digest and respond to. With quick responses from your team, collecting feedback becomes a piece of cake. Participants are far more likely to get involved and share their thoughts when they're genuinely interested in the material, and visual notes are a fantastic way to spark that interest.

Why use Graphic Recording?

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