Graphic Recording

What is graphic recording? Graphic recording is the process of translating conversations into images and text on large sheets of paper during meetings and events. This allows people to see the ‘big picture’ and identify the key themes and areas. An innovative change from minutes, graphic recording allows information from meetings to be easily digestible... Continue Reading →


What are infographics? Infographics (or Information Graphics) are graphic visualisations of information, data or knowledge In order to present information quickly and clearly. This makes data more accessible as graphics can enhance the visual system’s ability to see patterns and trends. Therefore infographics are an engaging and creative method to represent otherwise inaccessible information, usually... Continue Reading →

Case Study – Matatu Graffiti in Nairobi

The ban on matatu graffiti was lifted in November 2014 by President Uhuru Kenyatta, and has been thriving ever since. It is now a highly profitable industry; artwork just on the body is approximately Ksh. 300,000 ($3,000), whilst graffiti and internal customisation is around Ksh. 1.3million ($13,000). Moreover, there is now an awards ceremony for... Continue Reading →


Film has been used for decades to highlight important issues around transport. A form of visual and sonic storytelling, films can convey messages that may be harder to express in the form of the written word – making it a very effective medium for making points about social and environmental issues.  Whilst films on smaller... Continue Reading →

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