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WATCH VIDEO – Fundamentals of Flipcharting: Lettering Skills, with Malgosia Kostecka | news grove.com

WATCH VIDEO – Fundamentals of Flipcharting: Lettering Skills, with Malgosia Kostecka | news grove.com | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
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Whiteboard tips and tricks – graphicfacilitation – Medium

Whiteboard tips and tricks – graphicfacilitation – Medium | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Over the past several years I have been using whiteboards very intensely in so many ways. This type of media has proven to be useful for a variety of tasks — as a peer for individual preparations and…
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Creating a visual explanation step by step – graphicfacilitation – Medium

Creating a visual explanation step by step – graphicfacilitation – Medium | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Visual thinking is becoming increasingly popular a tool for so many practical applications today. And IT domain is not any exception: use of the method ranges from traditional diagrams that explain…
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What world-class communicators do differently: 3 lessons from neuroscience

What world-class communicators do differently: 3 lessons from neuroscience | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
You’ve probably met a fair share of crazy people at work. The constant whiner, the chronically negative employee, the bickering team members, the client who seems to take special pleasure in making…
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Sketchnoting on the iPad with Procreate

I'm really enjoying my experiments with this powerful tool! An Introduction To Visual Note-Taking: http://geni.us/DFJw0 How To Make Sketchnote Videos
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“I Hate Kanban…” – Hacker Noon

“I Hate Kanban…” – Hacker Noon | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
I’ve been fascinated by something lately. When given the path to visualize work and make working agreements explicit, so many many organizations balk. Why? Why would we opt against continuous…
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Where Tech is Headed for Process Professionals and Humanity

Where Tech is Headed for Process Professionals and Humanity | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
What used to be science fiction is fast approaching. As a Process Professional, are you prepared for the vast changes that technology will soon bring?! Learn how Holographic and Virtual Reality technology is going to impact us all, even Visual Practitioners ... the good, bad and potentially scary. And how you can start changing your practice now so what you do isn't taken over by a robot, seriously!
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The Three-Hour Brand Sprint – GV Library

The Three-Hour Brand Sprint – GV Library | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
This post is a D.I.Y. guide. You can do these exercises with your own team, without any special expertise. At the end, you’ll have a set of diagrams — a simple brand cheat-sheet — that you can use to
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Even if you're not into design sprints, this is a useful set of exercises which could be adapted to coaching teams or individual clients working on their brand.
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Resources

Resources | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it

 

 

 

 

 

A list of websites, publications, articles and visual science.

 
Resources about graphic recording, graphic facilitation, and the science behind it.
 

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Extensive list of resources for Graphic Facilitation
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The Elements of UX & UI Visualized

The Elements of UX & UI Visualized | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
As Digital Product Designers we’re always seeking out workflow improvements and new innovative ways to exceed the brief. However as the UX & UI universe expands it’s becoming almost impossible to…
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All you need to know about whiteboard markers – Yura Malishenko – Medium

All you need to know about whiteboard markers – Yura Malishenko – Medium | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Maybe hundreds of thousands of people are using whiteboards everyday to communicate, create and innovate. It has been too long that whiteboard markers stayed overlooked and the time has come to shed…

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Storyboarding in UX Design – UX Planet

Storyboarding in UX Design – UX Planet | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
In user experience design we’re familiar with user research techniques like workshops and interviews. We synthesise our research into user stories and process flows. We communicate our thinking and…
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Four stages of graphic facilitation skills development

Four stages of graphic facilitation skills development | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
I have observed myself over the years of practicing visual thinking and graphic facilitation. And at least based on my individual experience I can state that I have gone through certain stages of my…
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The Feynman Technique for learning | #LEARNing2LEARN

The Feynman Technique  for learning | #LEARNing2LEARN | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
The Feynman Technique is perfect for learning a new idea, understanding an existing idea better, remembering an idea, or studying for a test. The Feynman Technique is a mental model that was coined by Nobel-prize winning physicist Richard Feynman. Known as the "Great Explainer," Feynman was revered for his ability to clearly illustrate dense topics…

 

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By attempting to explain a concept in simple terms, you’ll quickly see where you have a good understanding of that concept. You’ll also be able to instantly pinpoint your problem areas, because they’ll be the areas where you either get stuck or where you end up resorting to using complex language and terminology. In addition to helping you pinpoint those problem areas in the concept you’re trying to learn, the Feynman Technique gives you a quick, efficient way to shore up those areas using targeted learning. It’s a simple technique, but it’ll help you study much more efficiently once you put into action. How to Use the Feynman Technique: Step 1: Grab a sheet of paper and write the name of the concept at the top. You can use pretty much any concept or idea – even though the technique is named after Feynman, it’s not limited solely to math and science. Step 2: Explain the concept in your own words as if you were teaching it to someone else. Focus on using plain, simple language. Don’t limit your explanation to a simple definition or a broad overview; challenge yourself to work through an example or two as well to ensure you can put the concept into action. Step 3: Review your explanation and identify the areas where you didn’t know something or where you feel your explanation is shaky. Once you’ve pinpointed them, go back to the source material, your notes, or any examples you can find in order to shore up your understanding. Step 4: If there are any areas in your explanation where you’ve used lots of technical terms or complex language, challenge yourself to re-write these sections in simpler terms. Make sure your explanation could be understood by someone without the knowledge base you believe you already have. Step 5: think like a child; while you’re working through the Feynman Technique for any given concept, it can be useful to pretend that you’re explaining that concept to a child. Doing this will boost your own understanding for one simple reason; a kid is probably going ask why? Why does that formula work? How can you know it`ll always work? While older people often become accustomed to taking things at face value, kids are naturally curious. They’re quick to point out their confusion. This is a great mindset to adopt.
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Energizer: Gain a New Perspective, Find a New Seat

Energizer: Gain a New Perspective, Find a New Seat | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
After the first day of an offsite, mix it up a little by having this poster
waiting at the door for participants to see the next day as they arrive.
Finding a new seat forms new relationships as participants sit next to new
people. You can also use finding a new seat as a metaphor for apprecia
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Poster: Design is thinking made visual

Poster: Design is thinking made visual | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
See on Scoop.it - Designing design thinking driven operations Design is thinking made visual. (Design is thinking made visual. http://t.co/a0416WBO5x) See on pinterest.com Photocredit: Cora Keegan for Lee Australia Fall 2013 Campaign | Photoshoot Related articles Service Design Thinking - Copy of Design Thinking: An Overview Service Design Thinking - Design Thinking: BMW Service Design Thinking…

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A Recipe for Success: Skill, Knowledge & Attitude

A Recipe for Success: Skill, Knowledge & Attitude | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
To acquire a new skill, we may follow a recipe, or maybe we cook by
instinct and follow our gut. Either way it requires us to begin. From
there, the path involves cultivating three these three things. Let’s define
each of these elements in the context of being a service professional
learning something new.
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Energizer: Symbols Of

Energizer: Symbols Of | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Symbols Of is a quick energizer that frames the day and primes participants
for following activities. 

Ask participants to grab a sticky and a sharpie and draw a symbol of an
experience that's relevant to the overarching purpose of the facilitation.
Here are some examples:

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Learn In Public

Ready to start creating your own career opportunities? Learn In Public (the course): http://geni.us/wJL7hh My name is Doug Neill and I'm passionate abou
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Business Snapshot Template - a visual tool to help you learn lessons from yourself.

Business Snapshot Template - a visual tool to help you learn lessons from yourself. | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Capture the valuable lessons you can teach yourself. A simple template to
help you reflect on your business past to inform your business future. 
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A Visual Vocabulary for Concept Models – Christina Wodtke – Medium

A Visual Vocabulary for Concept Models – Christina Wodtke – Medium | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
I’m gone a little crazy for concept models. It started with when I wrote, How to Make a Concept Model, and then when I followed up with Five Models for Making Sense of Complex Systems. They are…
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7 lessons about finding the work you were meant to do

7 lessons about finding the work you were meant to do | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
You don't "find your calling," you fight for it -- and other lessons from people who found their passion (sometimes late in life).

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Master the essentials: Composition

Master the essentials: Composition | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
As a graphic recorder or facilitator you may feel that you're always stuck
in the same icons. "Iconitis" is official the name of this disease.
Symptoms are repetition, boredom and drawings look like a pile of little
scribbles that have been swept together. Where's the connection? And is it
even readable?! You may be feeling there's more to it all. And yes, there
is!
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