Graphic Recording

The role of the graphic recorder is to capture essential content during your meeting through the use of  words and imagery. As participants talk, we write and draw like crazy to synthesize the essence of what is said. 


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Large Format Graphic Recording

The use of large format graphic recording supports greater participant engagement and understanding of complex content through the real-time synthesis of information. Our recorders work with a basic set of materials that includes four-foot high butcher–block paper, markers and pastels. We start with either a blank sheet of paper or can work with you in advance of your meeting to create customized templates that will support and guide the conversation you want to have with your team.

See our portfolio for examples of our work >

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Digital Graphic Recording

Digital graphic recording is the perfect solution to providing a visual summary when your event is just too large for audience members to see traditional graphic recording being done. Theater–style projection will enable participants to see the words and imagery unfold as we capture presentations and panel discussions. Digital capture not only supports ease of sharing following your event but also enables quick and easy use of the imagery via social media throughout.


Graphic Recording in action

Crowley & Co. Associate, Jim Nuttle, creates a graphic recording at the Montgomery 4 Conference, May 2018. Video courtesy of Montgomery Planning.

Graphic recording helps people to literally see the big picture. Participants see their idea represented but they also see where their idea fits in with everything else.
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Photo Credit: Banner artwork by Bruce Van Patter.