Hire a Graphic Recorder for your Event

So, your event is coming up soon, and you’re looking for a way to wow the audience…

You’re spending a lot of money to give your people a good experience in your destination city: You’ll feed them awesome food, provide opportunities for local adventures, you might have brought banners and table cloths, an amazing booth set-up, or branded the conference room area and lobby… But what about the event’s content itself? How will you make your keynotes just as memorable as the experience for your attendees?

Enter: Graphic Recording!

If you’ve never heard of Graphic Recording, it’s called by many names: event illustration, sketchnoting, conference murals, meeting artist, meeting notetaker…

Whatever you call it, here’s the gist of how it works: An artist comes to your event to listen and capture what’s being said live, in real-time with fun illustrations and accurate notes, creating a visual record of what’s happening. This is typically done on large foam-core boards. The artist brings all the materials they need to complete the work. Here’s a few examples of what it can look like:

If your event has to go virtual, no problem! Graphic recording can be done virtually on zoom on an ipad, too!

How to hire Flavor Graphics to do your event Graphic Recording:

1. Discuss

Drop us a note at flavorgraphics.com/contact and let us know some of your event details via our contact form. We’ll have a call to discuss your goals and event needs, determine project scope, and go over logistics and responsibilities.

2. Draw

Illustrator Emily Mills attends your in-person or virtual event and draws the content in real time. On or off stage, on or off camera… you decide! Emily brings all of the supplies she needs with her. The boards may be delivered ahead of time to the venue.

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Meet your graphic recorder: Emily Mills

Emily Mills has been graphic recording for 7 years and has sketched for clients including Delta Airlines, Chick-Fil-A, Subway, S&P, Magic Johnson, and Passion Church. Emily is also author of the book “The Art of Visual Notetaking” (Quarto, 2019) and teaches online classes via her school, SketchnoteAcademy.com.

3. Deliver

The greatest value of graphic recording is how it provides a valuable, informational, and interesting live event experience for your attendees, but the value doesn’t stop there! After your event ends, we’ll deliver digital files of the graphic recording or sketchnotes to you, usually by end of day or next business day.

“What do I do with these giant boards?” It’s up to you! Some clients LOVE the boards and want them shipped back to their home offices to display, and others throw them in the trash after the event since they have the digital photos. There’s no right or wrong: Use the artwork in the way that’s best for you. We’re not offended if they’re trashed!

4. Distribute

Once you have the files, you’re free to distribute them however you wish! Here are a few ways past clients have used the boards and graphics:

  • Display in home office
  • Keep and revisit in meetings
  • Ship boards to guest speakers as a gift
  • Send the files to your in-house design department to see if they want to use any of the graphics in other places for your company/brand.
  • Share images on social media, website, newsletters, apps, email, etc.
  • Use as video backdrops or props for speaking
  • Hire Flavor Graphics to animate your content like this:

If you’d like to have graphic recording for your event, drop us a line! We’d love to talk with you and get you a quote.

So, your event is coming up soon, and you're looking for a way to wow the audience...

You’re spending a lot of money to give your people a good experience in your destination city: You’ll feed them awesome food, provide opportunities for local adventures, you might have brought banners and table cloths, an amazing booth set-up, or branded the conference room area and lobby... But what about the event’s content itself? How will you make your keynotes just as memorable as the experience for your attendees?

Enter: Graphic Recording!

If you’ve never heard of Graphic Recording, it’s called by many names: event illustration, sketchnoting, conference murals, meeting artist, meeting notetaker...

Whatever you call it, here’s the gist of how it works: An artist comes to your event to listen and capture what’s being said live, in real-time with fun illustrations and accurate notes, creating a visual record of what’s happening. This is typically done on large foam-core boards. The artist brings all the materials they need to complete the work. Here’s a few examples of what it can look like:

If your event has to go virtual, no problem! Graphic recording can be done virtually on zoom on an ipad, too!

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How to hire Flavor Graphics to do your event Graphic Recording:

1. Discuss

Drop us a note at flavorgraphics.com/contact and let us know some of your event details via our contact form. We’ll have a call to discuss your goals and event needs, determine project scope, and go over logistics and responsibilities.

2. Draw

Illustrator Emily Mills attends your in-person or virtual event and draws the content in real time. On or off stage, on or off camera… you decide! Emily brings all of the supplies she needs with her. The boards may be delivered ahead of time to the venue.

emily-mills-graphic-recording-event-drawing

Meet your graphic recorder: Emily Mills

Emily Mills has been graphic recording for 7 years and has sketched for clients including Delta Airlines, Chick-Fil-A, Subway, S&P, Magic Johnson, and Passion Church. Emily is also author of the book “The Art of Visual Notetaking” (Quarto, 2019) and teaches online classes via her school, SketchnoteAcademy.com.

3. Deliver

The greatest value of graphic recording is how it provides a valuable, informational, and interesting live event experience for your attendees, but the value doesn’t stop there! After your event ends, we’ll deliver digital files of the graphic recording or sketchnotes to you, usually by end of day or next business day.

“What do I do with these giant boards?” It’s up to you! Some clients LOVE the boards and want them shipped back to their home offices to display, and others throw them in the trash after the event since they have the digital photos. There’s no right or wrong: Use the artwork in the way that’s best for you. We’re not offended if they’re trashed!

4. Distribute

Once you have the files, you’re free to distribute them however you wish! Here are a few ways past clients have used the boards and graphics:

  • Display in home office
  • Keep and revisit in meetings
  • Ship boards to guest speakers as a gift
  • Send the files to your in-house design department to see if they want to use any of the graphics in other places for your company/brand.
  • Share images on social media, website, newsletters, apps, email, etc.
  • Use as video backdrops or props for speaking
  • Hire Flavor Graphics to animate your content like this:

If you’d like to have graphic recording for your event, drop us a line! We’d love to talk with you and get you a quote.

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      So, your event is coming up soon, and you're looking for a way to wow the audience...

      You’re spending a lot of money to give your people a good experience in your destination city: You’ll feed them awesome food, provide opportunities for local adventures, you might have brought banners and table cloths, an amazing booth set-up, or branded the conference room area and lobby... But what about the event’s content itself? How will you make your keynotes just as memorable as the experience for your attendees?

      Enter: Graphic Recording!

      If you’ve never heard of Graphic Recording, it’s called by many names: event illustration, sketchnoting, conference murals, meeting artist, meeting notetaker...

      Whatever you call it, here’s the gist of how it works: An artist comes to your event to listen and capture what’s being said live, in real-time with fun illustrations and accurate notes, creating a visual record of what’s happening. This is typically done on large foam-core boards. The artist brings all the materials they need to complete the work. Here’s a few examples of what it can look like:

      If your event has to go virtual, no problem! Graphic recording can be done virtually on zoom on an ipad, too!

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      Meet your graphic recorder: Emily Mills

      Emily Mills has been graphic recording for 7 years and has sketched for clients including Delta Airlines, Chick-Fil-A, Subway, S&P, Magic Johnson, and Passion Church. Emily is also author of the book “The Art of Visual Notetaking” (Quarto, 2019) and teaches online classes via her school, SketchnoteAcademy.com.

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      3. Deliver

      The greatest value of graphic recording is how it provides a valuable, informational, and interesting live event experience for your attendees, but the value doesn’t stop there! After your event ends, we’ll deliver digital files of the graphic recording or sketchnotes to you, usually by end of day or next business day.

      “What do I do with these giant boards?” It’s up to you! Some clients LOVE the boards and want them shipped back to their home offices to display, and others throw them in the trash after the event since they have the digital photos. There’s no right or wrong: Use the artwork in the way that’s best for you. We’re not offended if they’re trashed!

      4. Distribute

      Once you have the files, you’re free to distribute them however you wish! Here are a few ways past clients have used the boards and graphics:

      • Display in home office
      • Keep and revisit in meetings
      • Ship boards to guest speakers as a gift
      • Send the files to your in-house design department to see if they want to use any of the graphics in other places for your company/brand.
      • Share images on social media, website, newsletters, apps, email, etc.
      • Use as video backdrops or props for speaking
      • Hire Flavor Graphics to animate your content like this:
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      So, your event is coming up soon, and you're looking for a way to wow the audience...

      You’re spending a lot of money to give your people a good experience in your destination city: You’ll feed them awesome food, provide opportunities for local adventures, you might have brought banners and table cloths, an amazing booth set-up, or branded the conference room area and lobby... But what about the event’s content itself? How will you make your keynotes just as memorable as the experience for your attendees?

      Enter: Graphic Recording!

      If you’ve never heard of Graphic Recording, it’s called by many names: event illustration, sketchnoting, conference murals, meeting artist, meeting notetaker...

      Whatever you call it, here’s the gist of how it works: An artist comes to your event to listen and capture what’s being said live, in real-time with fun illustrations and accurate notes, creating a visual record of what’s happening. This is typically done on large foam-core boards. The artist brings all the materials they need to complete the work. Here’s a few examples of what it can look like:

      If your event has to go virtual, no problem! Graphic recording can be done virtually on zoom on an ipad, too!

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      If you’d like to have graphic recording for your event, drop us a line! We’d love to talk with you and get you a quote.

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        So, your event is coming up soon, and you’re looking for a way to wow the audience…

        You’re spending a lot of money to give your people a good experience in your destination city: You’ll feed them awesome food, provide opportunities for local adventures, you might have brought banners and table cloths, an amazing booth set-up, or branded the conference room area and lobby… But what about the event’s content itself? How will you make your keynotes just as memorable as the experience for your attendees?

        Enter: Graphic Recording!

        If you’ve never heard of Graphic Recording, it’s called by many names: event illustration, sketchnoting, conference murals, meeting artist, meeting notetaker…

        Whatever you call it, here’s the gist of how it works: An artist comes to your event to listen and capture what’s being said live, in real-time with fun illustrations and accurate notes, creating a visual record of what’s happening. This is typically done on large foam-core boards. The artist brings all the materials they need to complete the work. Here’s a few examples of what it can look like:

        If your event has to go virtual, no problem! Graphic recording can be done virtually on zoom on an ipad, too!

        How to hire Flavor Graphics to do your event Graphic Recording:

        1. Discuss

        Drop us a note at flavorgraphics.com/contact and let us know some of your event details via our contact form. We’ll have a call to discuss your goals and event needs, determine project scope, and go over logistics and responsibilities.

        2. Draw

        Illustrator Emily Mills attends your in-person or virtual event and draws the content in real time. On or off stage, on or off camera… you decide! Emily brings all of the supplies she needs with her. The boards may be delivered ahead of time to the venue.

        emily-mills-graphic-recording-event-drawing

        Meet your graphic recorder: Emily Mills

        Emily Mills has been graphic recording for 7 years and has sketched for clients including Delta Airlines, Chick-Fil-A, Subway, S&P, Magic Johnson, and Passion Church. Emily is also author of the book “The Art of Visual Notetaking” (Quarto, 2019) and teaches online classes via her school, SketchnoteAcademy.com.

        3. Deliver

        The greatest value of graphic recording is how it provides a valuable, informational, and interesting live event experience for your attendees, but the value doesn’t stop there! After your event ends, we’ll deliver digital files of the graphic recording or sketchnotes to you, usually by end of day or next business day.

        “What do I do with these giant boards?” It’s up to you! Some clients LOVE the boards and want them shipped back to their home offices to display, and others throw them in the trash after the event since they have the digital photos. There’s no right or wrong: Use the artwork in the way that’s best for you. We’re not offended if they’re trashed!

        4. Distribute

        Once you have the files, you’re free to distribute them however you wish! Here are a few ways past clients have used the boards and graphics:

        • Display in home office
        • Keep and revisit in meetings
        • Ship boards to guest speakers as a gift
        • Send the files to your in-house design department to see if they want to use any of the graphics in other places for your company/brand.
        • Share images on social media, website, newsletters, apps, email, etc.
        • Use as video backdrops or props for speaking
        • Hire Flavor Graphics to animate your content like this:

        If you’d like to have graphic recording for your event, drop us a line! We’d love to talk with you and get you a quote.

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