Graphic Recording

Your events and meetings are full of meaningful take-aways. 

Graphic recording brings visual learners further into the conversation. I visualize events in real time for you to share with your participants, post on social media, reference in future meetings, and more.  Use graphic recording to communicate the impact your organization is making.

"Miranda was able to visually capture a dynamic two-days of testimony and discussion. Her graphic recording provided a record of events for our team to reflect and build on and serve as a great representation of where we want to be as an organization. Huge thanks to Miranda for bringing her enthusiasm and curiosity to our team."
Ryan Hunt, Executive Director, BC Museums Association

Victoria Native Friendship Centre

VNFC had a two day strategic planning session to discuss the future of the organization.

The graphic was developed in-person with many breaks throughout the day for participants to explore the in-process graphic and contribute their ideas.

Gulf Islands School District 64

The SD64 The are Economy World Cafe brought together professionals from across the care economy. They discussed what skills and knowledge are common across all sectors that high school students should explore.

The graphic recording was captured in-person. Ideas were developed through group discussions and shared as sticky notes.

Columbia College

The Columbia College governance committee met to discuss their governance structure.

The graphic was developed in person amongst the group of 10 committee members. There was lots of opportunity throughout the evening to add feedback to the graphic and reference it to enhance the discussion. 

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

The Mobilities Geo-forum 2021 brought together four panelists and over 75 participants to discuss accessibility south of the Fraser River.

Virtual Graphic Recording
This graphic recording was digitally produced during this online event. The in-progress graphic was screenshared on Zoom half-way through for the panel discussion to reflect on the discussion and propel the conversation forward.

Aunt Leah's

The management team at Aunt Leah's spent the day assessing how to improve their processes and collaboration efforts.

The graphic was developed in person amongst the group of 10 participants. There was lots of opportunity throughout the day to add feedback to the graphic and reference it to enhance the discussion. 

Snuneymuxw First Nation
This event brought together community members and partner organizations to discussion resources for harm reduction. Participants heard from several speakers and had the opportunity to connect with booths highlighting local resources & organizations.

This graphic was developed in-person with about 60 participants. People had the opportunity to add their suggestions throughout the day as the graphic was developed.

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