This is an animated explainer video, made to be an introduction to show what visual thinking is, showing examples of types of visual thinking, benefits of visual thinking and promoting visual thinking communities.
Examples and Graphics Sources
Graphic Recording example courtesy Sunni Brown, sunnibrown.com
Data Visualization example courtesy GapMinder, gapminder.org/downloads/gapminder-world-map/
Sketchnotes example courtesy Mike Rohde, rohdesign.com/
Sketchnotes example courtesy Eva-Lotta Lamm, evalotta.net/
Diagram example Karen Bennett
Infographics example - Density Design via Visualizing.org Creative Commons License
Information Design example - infographica animata via Visualizing.org Creative Commons License
VizThink logo courtesy VizThink
Light bulb pictogram Olivier Guin, from The Noun Project
Thought Bubble pictogram Alex Bakker from The Noun Project
VizThink NYC photos courtesy Steve Cherches
Other assorted visual thinking examples via Visualizing.org Creative Commons License
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Produced for the 'Hungry Beast' TV Series, Season 3.
Design and Animation: duncanelms.com
Writer: Kirk Docker
DOP: Aaron Smith