Book Graphic recording


We draw while you talk. Our visual summaries speak for themselves in real-time! Better than those long, written reports that don’t truly capture the vibe of the meeting, right? You might know it as: Live visuals, visual harvesting, graphic facilitation, visual facilitation, generative scribing or live scribing. We just call it GRAPHIC RECORDING. We do it on paper, an iPad and even through enriched pictures! You’ll leave with insights that won’t be forgotten and can be easily shared and revisited later on. Amazing, isn’t it!?


Graphic recording is an opportunity to turn a meeting into a stimulating space designed to spark fruitful discussions, encourage collective thinking, and move the process forward. It’s a thinking tool that engages your audience. By enriching your meetings conferences and processes with Graphic Recording you will create an environment that motivates people to be active participants, speak up, and share their knowledge to better reach the meetings objectives.

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Augmented Reality (AR)

What is it?

Augmented Reality is adding a digital layer on top of a printed document (graphic recording, infographic, manual…). Using your phone or your tablet you will be able to see or hear extra information like images, videos and webpages. You just need a portable machine with a camera and an internet connection.



It’s nothing new. AR applications have been around for decades. Despite all of the promise, it is only now since the rise of powerful smartphone technology that AR is ready to unleash its potential.

When to use it?

You might have noticed that the reality around is multi-layered and dynamic. Yet, most of the time we are trapped in static, single-layer, two-dimensional pages. Hence, Augmented Realiy works best on printed materials like posters, infographics, graphic recording and manualsSo, when does it makes sense to add AR to our design work:

  • You don’t have enough space to add all the information ;
  • You want extra information that is not relevant for everybody;
  • You want pictures, video, sound or webpage on a static page
  • You want to add interactivity
  • You need to update the information regularly 

Hassle free!

We are convinced that Augmented Reality only contributes to a project if it is user-friendly. So, if at all possible we work with tools that:

  • Require No APP
  • Works on all phones
  • Instant appearance of the visuals

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