Engage Visually aim is to work with people in visually creative and engaging ways. There is rarely a standard request, it can be communicating a vision to creating a vision, from engaging an audience at a large event to facilitating a meeting or a process.
Our work is as wide as the needs of our clients and our combined imaginations. We look to work with you to unwrap in visual ways the many; How, What, Where, When, Why, Who questions you are tackling.
As Engage Visually has and continues to evolve, we apply and create visual thinking approaches, particularly graphic facilitation and graphic recording, to the ever-growing diversity of situations. Through these approaches, we continue to collaborate with our clients to find creative visual solutions for projects, events and communications.
Engage Visually was set up and is run by Debbie Roberts. Debbie works as a graphic recorder and a graphic facilitator, and blends both approaches. Debbie works with individuals, groups, and organisations on a wide range of projects, events and conferences small and large.
Before starting Engage Visually, Debbie observed and focused on the differences between inspirational, interactive and successful projects and events to those that may have had important content but were more dryly delivered, lacked focus and/or was generally disengaging. From observations and research Debbie believes creating the right environment for people to think, to develop ideas and to explore issues together using visual approaches magnifies potentials exponentially.
Debbie has just one pair of hands and so when the task calls for we have a team of trusted and talented associates, both graphic facilitators, graphic recorders and those who blend the practices, our associates add to our capacity for work being planned.
We believe working with a visual practitioner or graphic facilitator can support, add depth and engagement to many many processes.
This is a short summary of Engage Visually but we hope it explains some of the how and why we believe visual practices can bring added value and exciting solutions to your projects, meetings, and conferences.
As a member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners, Debbie is passionate about actively sharing and growing the best practice, finding solutions to new and old issues and being part of keeping creativity at the centre when bringing people together to solve problems, discuss issues, create ideas and everything in-between and beyond.