The Visual Facilitator

This course covers the essential elements of visual thinking, giving you the confidence to pick up a pen and draw in front of others.

Description

People are unique in their ability to use symbols and images to communicate. After all, that is where the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” comes from. So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that enhancing your spoken and written words with pictures improves the chance that others will understand what you are trying to say. 

If you need to innovate, invent, analyse, come up with solutions, ideate, solve problems and retain information, then this is the course for you! 

Course Objectives

  • Increase your confidence when drawing in front of an audience
  • Learn how to engage with the 65% of people who are visual thinkers
  • Apply visual thinking principles to create a shared record of conversations
  • Create powerful visual metaphors

Topics Covered

  • How to communicate and sell ideas using visual elements
  • The visual thinking manifesto
  • Principles behind visual thinking
  • Basic features of visual thinking
    • Typography
    • Bullets
    • Numbering
    • Lines and arrows
    • People
    • Expressions and emotion
    • Containers and frames
    • Objects
    • Effects
    • Colour and shading
  • Create a visual library
  • Visual thinking for me: Sketchnoting and info doodling
  • Visual thinking for others: Storyboards, process flows, etc

Certification

Certificate of Attendance

Duration

1 day

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