EXPERT TIPS FOR GRAPHIC RECORDING SUCCESS
by Angelique McAlpine
If you're using graphic recording at your event, it's important to think about how you'll use the artwork afterwards. The proportions can have a big impact on their end use.
For example, I recently created a group of two graphic recordings designed for use in horizontal slide decks. We also featured them in a vertically-formatted magazine, made possible because they were also designed to work as a single illustration!. Creating graphics like this requires careful planning of the structure beforehand.
By considering the end use of your graphic recordings, you can make sure they're optimized for their intended purpose and provide maximum value to your audience.
The graphic facilitation piece below was crafted using input from a remote Jamboard session, and aimed to capture every voice participating in the facilitated session. It was designed to be viewed as a single graphic recording, but the top and bottom sections can also function independently if necessary. This graphic was created as a 'vector file' and can be enlarged without limitation. Owing to the considerable amount of content, this graphic was created after the event.