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5 Building Blocks of Visual Collaboration: Webinar recap

We were joined by Bigger Picture's founder Ole Qvist-Sørensen last week, along with our own Mark Tippin, for a webinar exploring the basics of Visual Collaboration, the title of the newly released book co-authored by Ole. 

OleVisualCollaborationBookCover2Ole made the case that using visuals, like sketches or drawings, will strengthen the way teams think, communicate, & collaborate together.

After talking us through who would benefit from visual collaboration (there were specific examples, but *spoiler alert* everyone can benefit from it), and his system visualization theory, Ole introduced the five building blocks.5buildingblocks

This webinar scratched the surface of building block #1 (but stay tuned for more webinars in this series that will deep dive into each one).

Ole asked a few people to live sketch alongside him and Mark, and invited the audience to participate from wherever they were calling in from as well. Pen + paper, stylus + tablet -- come one, come all. ✍️

 


 

🖼️ Explore Ole's entire presentation in MURAL here (and share your sketches on social media with #VisualCollaboration):

visual collaboration presentation

 

📹 Access the webinar recording here:

 


 

Check out these additional resources from Ole + Bigger Picture:

🏗 Download a free copy of the 5 Building Blocks visual tools

📚 Purchase Ole's new book, Visual Collaboration
**Email your receipt to info@biggerpicture.dk & receive 200 free icons for your visual collaboration journey

👥 Join the newly launched Bigger Picture Academy
**Use coupon MURAL1 and get 50% off courses

Mary Halling

Mary Halling

Mary is the Community Manager at MURAL. She's passionate about building relationships with people, especially if coffee and good food are involved. Only introduced to Design Thinking once starting at MURAL, she quickly bought in and believes human-centered design can be leveraged to affect positive change in the world.

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