Visualisations

Using drawings to add insight

I never  thought of myself an artist, but always felt that if I could show people the image in my head I could speak less and listen more. So I got over my embarrassement of not being able to draw, did a workshop (Bikablo) and fell in love!

Visualisation creates a shared understanding of concepts and topics as you bring images into the visible world and discuss the meaning. A picture can literally say more than a thousand words and invoke many emotions. 

Personally, I use my limited skills to illustrate my writing, but they also come in handy for book reviews, meeting summaries and workshop facilitation.

Selfie book review
Selfie book review

Visualisation of 8 book chapters in mobile phone outlines

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Rebels at Work winners
Rebels at Work winners
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What I contract for
What I contract for

Drawing: My first visualisation, describing what I look for in contracts to see if it's a fit

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Dear Me of 2007 - Original snip
Dear Me of 2007 - Original snip

Poster done by FlimpStudios 2017

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Seeing what others don't
Seeing what others don't

Drawing of 5 key take-aways from the book

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Originals book review
Originals book review

Drawing of 8 chapters from the book and their main themes

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Sharing on social media
Sharing on social media

Drawing of 8 tips for sharing on social media

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Homo Deus book review
Homo Deus book review

Drawing of the 11 chapters in a wheel shape on a green back ground

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Art of thinking clearly
Art of thinking clearly

Drawing of a person thining of the main ten things from the book

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