Live Scribing

Scribing graphic facilitation service creative company London

Live scribing is at the heart of our creative core! 

We picked up our pens and pioneered the art of live scribing – or graphic facilitation if you prefer, or just plain doodling - to give companies a vibrant new visual plane on which to communicate.

"A picture is worth a thousand words," said a wise person once. We couldn't agree more – and our experience shows that it's highly effective.

Our team illuminates spoken words and ideas at conferences, events, meetings and presentations into real-time visual stories. It's fun and exciting to watch, adding another engaging dimension to your gathering.


Picture this – a large group of people at an event trying to absorb thousands of spoken words, process the core messages and remember the salient bits later on! That's a tough call for anyone. Live scribing offers a dynamic solution. Scribing taps into the visual-nature of people, aiding learning and memory-retention by distilling core ideas, awakening discussion and inspiring problem-solving. It often throws a light on the crux of the conference. Discover this powerful, playful way to push the boundaries of how we communicate, leaving a lasting impression and cutting-edge assets to share with your audiences.


Want to reach out to people beyond the walls of your conference? We'll turn our visual stories into framed posters for you to display, keeping your messages alive.


Which type of live scribing will you choose?



Add a dynamic wow factor to your event with our live scribing team capturing your content as a visual summary on a paper-covered wall, large canvas, easels or any custom-made structure.



This is scribing in the fast-lane, perfect for social media – we capture content on a tablet, giving you an instantly-shareable asset. Choose from sharing the digital scribing on-screen as it happens or surprises your audience with the post-event visual memento. You're welcome!

scribing types

  • App
  • Digital
  • On paper
  • Small scale / Sketchnotes
  • Exhibition / Trade show stands

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