Visual thinking is a methodology which combines different tools for looking at and interpreting reality (complex) and co-creating through words and drawings (with simplicity and clarity).

By capturing an idea visually, and not only through your mind, you’re developing your comprehension and synthesis skills, making the complex simple and going deeper into a way of expressing ourselves which goes beyond words.

The systematic approach is a system as a set of elements which interact between themselves, where the action of one of them affects the whole set and vice versa. The system as a whole has its own qualities which go beyond the parts it’s made up of. These qualities emerge from interaction between these elements.

Graphic Recording is visual collection in the moment, in situ, of a function, workshop, or talk, whilst an infograph is an element of graphic communication which is carried out more slowly after receiving the information, analysing it and visually synthesising it.

The difference lies in the format and its possible applications.

When we choose the mural method, the materials are usually paper, markers, pastels… It requires a space in the event site and a medium to work on. It creates interest in people who are there looking at how the final image is created. After a graphic recording mural, there’s the option of digitalizing it.

The digital graphic recording mainly enables us to make a Graphic Recording online through the current diverse meeting platforms. This is also possible in person, with connections to the screens where it’s being made, giving attendees the option to see how the work is being created.

We adapt to the space and the site’s characteristics in order to be able to give you the best service.

We need it to be a stable medium where we can work quickly, and with our favourite materials such as paper, card and foam board.