Category / visual thinking

Today is National Voter Registration Day!

By Bill Keaggy

This year voting is more important than ever—but more difficult and risky as well. So Tremendousness made a video to help people understand the situation and their options. Find it on all our social channels and share on yours!

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9/22/20 1:32 PM

america, Animation & video, video, visual thinking, visual storytelling, covidchronicles, vote

The bestest quickest bread recipe

By Chris Roettger

Can't find yeast or flour at the grocery? Too hot for baking? Not into gluten or carbs? We've got you covered with this little microwaved gluten-free bread.

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7/9/20 7:19 AM

recipe, visual thinking, learning, visualization, covidchronicles, food

How to improve your team’s Miro experience

By Drew Crowley

Miro is Tremendousness’ go-to platform for virtual workshops, and we’ve learned a few things you can do within it to make collaboration across distributed teams work even better.

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6/24/20 7:55 AM

collaboration, sketch, software, visual thinking, workshop, Live sketching, consultant, visualization, virtual collaboration, covidchronicles, Miro

Your pandemic time capsule

By Chris Roettger

These are times like no other we've lived through. So we created a time capsule template you can fill up (or fill out, that is)—an artifact for future generations.

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6/22/20 7:33 AM

health, wellness, sketch, visual thinking, covidchronicles

How to confront racism within your circle

By Tremendousness

Hard times aren’t helped by empty gestures, so we’re offering some clear and direct tips to help non-Black people confront and discuss racism and what’s been going on.

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6/16/20 4:21 PM

Infographics, understanding, Books, communication, visual thinking, empathy, learning, visual storytelling, racism, infobits

Using the power of visual storytelling to explain the power of machine data

By W. Scott Matthews

We’re very proud of our recent explainer video collaboration with MachineMetrics. Getting to know the product and helping to tell the story of their IoT platform was a fantastic challenge.

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6/1/20 7:22 AM

animation, Animation & video, Illustration, visual thinking, data, visual storytelling, virtual collaboration, iot

Telehealth’s time has come

By Bill Keaggy

As we shelter-in-place telemedicine is enabling some of us to make some of the doctor's visits we need... from home.

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5/19/20 11:38 AM

health, illustration, wellness, animation, Animation & video, visual thinking, visual storytelling, healthcare, AARP

Move your ideas forward with virtual (and visual!) collaboration

By Bill Keaggy

Facilitated, real-time virtual collaboration gives structure and direction to important remote meetings. Guided exercises help teams discover and align. Live sketching brings your ideas to life.

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5/15/20 10:25 AM

Infographics, meeting, collaboration, visual thinking, information design, Live sketching, visual storytelling, visualization, remote, virtual collaboration, covidchronicles

5 must-haves for effective and engaging virtual collaboration

By Bill Keaggy

We are now virtual workers, doing everything through a screen and on a wire. Here are five things that can help make your virtual collaboration virtually perfect.

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4/14/20 7:15 AM

collaboration, creativity, team, visual thinking, discovery, Live sketching, visual storytelling, innovation, facilitation, remote, virtual collaboration, covidchronicles

How to talk to your kids using visual frameworks

By Ted May

When I started writing this post a couple months ago, the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic hadn't yet spread around world. But I think it can help many parents out there, in these uncertain times and beyond.

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4/8/20 1:57 PM

frameworks, kids, visual thinking, empathy, visual storytelling, talking, covidchronicles

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