With 65% of your customers and co-workers being visual learners, your ability to visualize your thoughts and ideas is crucial for your business. Here is how to do it.
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Innovative frontrunners around the world are already encouraging their workers to pick up a whiteboard marker and start their team meetings with drawing a sketch. The best leaders have found the approach to be a useful tool when explaining ideas to employees or partners. Every social media platform algorithm puts visual content over written. Boardroom meetings with a visual input generate around 200 ideas more than an ordinary boardroom discussion. And the list goes on. With 65% of your customers and co-workers being visual learners, your ability to visualize your thoughts, ideas and marketing efforts can prove crucial for your business. But how do you build a habit of visual thinking without having to be the next Picasso?
In this briefing, our visual department shares tips and tricks for building a visual mindset – not only within yourself but also how you can implement this way of working in your business and amongst your colleagues. Through best-practice examples, research on visual thinking, and a small hands-on workshop we move along, you will get a guide to visual thinking which you can apply to your work Monday morning.
- I am no Picasso – so how can I possibly be a visual thinker? (psst, you can!)
- On which areas of my business can I apply visual thinking – and does it even work? (yes it does!)
- OK – so how do I get started in practice? (we have some simple steps for you)
NB: This briefing will be held in English.
Visuals by Innovation Lab is the visual department in Innovation Lab (surprise). With a mission to add life to our many customer’s ideas and digital solutions, Visuals use a combination of sketching, color-technique, graphic design and animations in order to turn concepts into tangible products. Visuals do solo-projects, but – just as often – collaborate with other departments in Innovation Lab around visualizing complex data, sketching ideas at sprints and hackathons and explaining new services and products in a simple, informative way.