NEW Scribble Lab™ Visual Thinking Skills Workshops

Crackerjack’s Scribble Labs™ are designed to help you explore and develop the skills you need to use the power of Visual Thinking in your work. We currently offer three different Scribble Labs™ and all are facilitated by John Ashton (owner of Crackerjack Visual Thinking). Available as both open and in-house workshops, we ensure that: All of our workshops are run usingContinue reading “NEW Scribble Lab™ Visual Thinking Skills Workshops”

Crackerjack ‘Scribble Labs™’ coming soon! #visualthinking #communication #creativity

Crackerjack’s ‘Scribble Labs™‘ are designed to help you explore and develop the skills you need to use the power of Visual Thinking in your work (and outside of work too)!   So if you would like to: Develop your drawing skills… Capture ideas, conversations and concepts visually as they happen (often referred to as scribingContinue reading “Crackerjack ‘Scribble Labs™’ coming soon! #visualthinking #communication #creativity”

Small details = Big Conversations #visualthinking #engagement

I’ve just completed a rich picture for a client to help them communicate some important ideas to one of their key customers. As with all of our visual thinking work, the images we create are there to facilitate the right conversations between people. To do this we ensure each element of the image serves a purposeContinue reading “Small details = Big Conversations #visualthinking #engagement”

Crackerjack featured in Research to Action article on Visual Note Taking at Conferences

Very pleased to be featured in an article by Laura french-Constant of Research to Action about Visual Note Taking at Conferences. You can read the article by clicking here. To find out more about how Crackerjack Visual Thinking creates images that start a conversation, contact us at info@crackerjackvisualthinking.com or call us on +44 (0)775 282 6227.

For the latest news and ideas on #visualthinking read the new ‘Crackerjack Visual Thinking Daily’

For ideas and inspiration about all things Visual Thinking, subscribe to the new free Crackerjack Visual Thinking Daily. To receive a daily alert when the Crackerjack Visual Thinking Daily is published, and for other updates from Crackerjack, follow us on Twitter at @JohnAshtonCPD.

A pen and paper – one of the most powerful business and thinking tools available… #visualthinking

Crackerjack Visual Thinking believes that the combination of a pen and a piece of paper is one of the most powerful business and thinking tools available. The visual thinking approach is fundamentally based on using these simple tools (or their iPad style equivalents!) to create visual images that communicate ideas, facilitate discussion, engage thinking and provide aContinue reading “A pen and paper – one of the most powerful business and thinking tools available… #visualthinking”

Post-It notes and Visual Thinking

Many people will have experienced using Post-It notes to structure thoughts and ideas in meetings and training events. However, in many cases the Post-It notes simply have words/phrases on them resulting in them being, in effect, a moveable linear list. Research continues to show that linear lists are not the most effective way of helpingContinue reading “Post-It notes and Visual Thinking”

Think visually in 2013!

Happy New Year! Why not make 2013 the year when you and your organisation unleash the power of visual thinking? Visually communicating your thoughts and ideas to others using pictures, diagrams, scribbles and cartoons etc. could help you find the big idea that leads to success in 2013 and beyond! To find out how CrackerjackContinue reading “Think visually in 2013!”

Ever not been able to get your idea across to someone?

Have you ever been trying to explain an idea to someone and not been able to get your concept across to them? Have you then grabbed a piece of paper and drawn a quick picture to help them understand your thinking? If so, you’ve already used a visual thinking technique! Now think about how thisContinue reading “Ever not been able to get your idea across to someone?”