Video: Griot's Eye Remote Graphic Recording Services

Griot's Eye Founder and CEO takes you through a brief look at its remote graphic recording services delivered through virtual meeting apps such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, GoogleMeet, etc.

Christopher Fuller


Industry Insight / Story


May 12, 2021

Video: Griot's Eye Remote Graphic Recording Services

This short video is Griot's Eye's introduction to its remote graphic recording and visual facilitation services. For nearly 30 years, Christopher Fuller, CEO and Founder of Griot's Eye has done scribing for various Fortune 500 clients and other organizations all over the globe, across 5 continents and over 20 countries. But Mr. Fuller and his company, Griot's Eye, now have the ability to deliver graphic recording and visual facilitation services virtually to meeting apps like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, etc. Please watch this short video to learn how!

If you are an event coordinator, facilitator, organization, or consulting firm that would like to know more about how Griot’s Eye can bring its unique brand of real-time visual storytelling to your next online collaborative meeting, then please contact us. If you liked this article, then be sure to check out the other Insights I have written regarding graphic facilitation, graphic recording (or “graphic reporting” as I like to call it), listening, and the modern history of scribing. Please share this article and any others you find valuable with your friends and colleagues.

Be sure to follow Griot's Eye on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube for more information, inspiration, and examples utilizing the power of graphic recording, graphic facilitation, and visual storytelling techniques. If you're an event coordinator or work with an organization seeking to make your next meeting a more impactful and meaningful experience then take the next step!

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