Welcome to the thINKing Canvas. I believe that through curating spaces for others so ideas can gather and grow and through the use of visual translation and graphic facilitation, individuals and companies can achieve their vision of success.
So if you are wondering what is visual translation and why is it important? Simply put, its like the overdrive gear for the thinking brain in a physical and tangible form.
“It’s About Curating A Space Where Ideas Can Grow”
What I do for meetings, strategy session and collaboration gatherings is what Google Maps does for travelers. I help capture ideas and create visual maps and big picture canvases of collaborations, shared ideas and conversations at all levels to help envision and guide groups and teams to their goals and create a piece of memorabilia that will be referenced long after the event.
Through the use of visual translation and focused listening skills, I help translate intangible ideas into tangible content.
Individuals wishing to capture idea development, group ideation sessions needing to visualize strategy planning to corporate and industry conferences seeking to create visual thinking experiences and powerful memorabilia for presenters and attendees alike have leveraged visual translations.
“This is more than performance art, this is art that improves performance.“
If you’re ready to elevate and see your ideas, create an experience to be remembered and leverage the power of visualization then all you need to do is ask. Today is the best opportunity to begin the change for tomorrow.
“Together, we can now see the big picture and act as one in achieving our vision.”
In addition to visual translations that can capture ideas, workshops are available to to help create ideas around strategic planning and the Experience Economy by leveraging visual thinking. Continue reading to discover how visualization can help elevate your offering and thinking.
“Kevin Dulle is one amazing talent! As I’ve seen many times, not only can he visually translate any discussion in real-time, but he can lead any group in thinking creatively and developing ideas.
I’m in awe.”
Author: B. Joseph Pine II