WHO ENGAGES A GRAPHIC RECORDER? During the past few very busy months, I’ve been reflecting a lot on the WHO of what I do. Who am I serving? Who values this work? Since July I’ve worked with insurance, local councils, an international aid agency, consultants
THE 'DEBBIE FILTER' One thing I notice when I work alongside other graphic recorders is that our amazing and creative brains all work differently.Members of the Australian Graphic Recording community (GRA) will get together every now and then on Zoom and have a little scribe
TEARS AT THE WALL I don’t know about you, but sometimes I cry at work. Mostly in my work I’m helping teams with their strategy, and the feeling in the room is one of energy and positivity… but sometimes it’s not. These stories come to
KEYNOTE YAY vs. KEYNOTE NAY I’ll tell you a little secret. I’m a bit of a public speaking nerd. I spent most of high school years on the representative debating team (see proof to the right) and the only assignments I had done earlier than
YOUR NETWORK IS YOUR NET WORTH! Graphic Recording is certainly a field that many know nothing about.It has been evolving ever so quietly since the 70s, when people first began drawing live and large to capture group process on the west coast of the US.
3 DAYS. 1 CAREER CHANGE. Up until a few years ago, I had perhaps spent 8 years occasionally dabbling in graphic recording while running my graphic design business.Every now and then, a client would ask me to come and draw on the walls to help
DEB'S ESSENTIALS I thought it would be fun to share with you the three most important things I need to do my job well! Here they are, in no particular order…CoffeeYes, coffee. One before I leave my kitchen, one at around 10am, and definitely no
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Deb creates entertaining & engaging visuals in real time during workshops, conferences and events. When onsite, she does not bring her dog, and he’s not happy about that.