Maga hosted a graphic facilitation secession, led by Jim Nuttle, on Friday.  A graphic facilitation secession is an interesting exercise which tests your brain’s ability to put ideas and concepts into easy to understand visuals.  During this activity Jim played TedTalk recordings while the designers put concepts and ideas in visual form.

It’s a lot harder than it looks!

You have to concentrate on what the speaker is saying while picking out core concepts and organizing them in a visually appealing way on the board in front of you.

So how can you get better?  We asked Jim who said “Just keep drawing.  You may get lost and loose your place, but no matter what, keep drawing.”


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