This 12-minute video by Rachel S. Smith of The Grove is a great introduction to how visual/graphic recording can be done using the iPad. This practice is growing in popularity (and is becoming more and more affordable) in the graphid facilitation realm. Watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRJG46hUAW8.
Rachel covers her usage of several iPhone apps: Adobe Ideas, Qrayon’s AirSketch, Brushes by Taptrix, and Autodesk SketchbookPro. Includes a nice “plus, delta” list of pros and cons for each.
Learn more about Rachel on her blog, Ninmah Meets World. And you can find many more videos on dialogue and deliberation by checking out the NCDD YouTube playlists at http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=sheierbacher#g/p. One of the playlists is focused on “Graphic Recording,” which is also known as graphic facilitation, visual facilitation, and visual recording.
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