I have a longstanding goal. I'd like to give a presentation using only visual messages: pictures, images, colors. Why? The brain-friendliness of visual communication is one reason, one about which I have already blogged. I also believe that doing so will cause me to finely hone my message, to seek a new degree of precision.
In my imagination, the discussion among the attendees would have a different quality, too—a depth not provoked by my spoken or written words.
And, as I often have said before, the pictograph path can be a helpful one to walk during conflict, leading us towards solutions.
To move me closer to my goal of visual messages, I have been gathering and absorbing oodles of resources. For example, many of you probably already know of the work of the uniquely wonderful Lynda Barry. Click to follow a class she is offering. On the 'net just today I bumped into Molly Bang, and learned of her book Picture This: How Pictures Work (at Amazon). Click here to see many of her principles of graphic storytelling.
As I have time, I plan to add here at this post links to the resources I am discovering. Any suggestions?