Visual Thinking is a powerful skill that taps into our deepest biological capability for understanding. It enhances our ability to develop new ideas and designs, communicate those ideas effectively, and collaborate with others to make them real.
Visual Thinking uses tools – pen and paper, index cards, sticky notes, etc. – to externalize internal thinking processes, making them more clear, explicit, and actionable. It’s a way to collaborate, co-create, and ideate much more effectively with an engagement (meetings, one-on-ones, workshops, etc.)
Throughout the evening Marvin Gaviola will show you how to:
- Use the visual alphabet
- Get a better understanding of the value of Visual Thinking
- Use Visual Thinking within an engagement – a skill you can immediately put to use in your organization
About the Presenter
Marvin Gaviola is a world-class visual thinker with over 12 years of experience honing his facilitation, design, and system thinking chops as part of the XPLANE team.
As a creative at XPLANE, he navigates the challenges of organizational change, business strategy, and design methods to develop creative solutions that delight for a variety of industries and clients. He is also well-versed in interactive, learning, UI/UX, experience, and information design. Marvin has worked with companies such as Mastercard, Harley-Davidson, Abbott, P&G, Autodesk, IHG, Cardinal Health, and Nike, to name a few.
As a facilitator, Marvin is eager to share his wisdom and expertise. He is well-known and loved for his sense of humor and his keen attention to detail, often seeing connections others overlook. If he had to distill his skills to one superpower, it would be his curiosity – he dives deep to find the best solutions.
Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Time: Registration and networking begins at 5:30 pm. The event begins at 6:00 pm and last until 8:30 pm.
Location: Neyborly, 205 NW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
Parking: On-street parking and paid parking lots are available.
Refreshments: Complimentary refreshments and beverages will be available
Register: Through Eventbrite. Online registration available until 8 am the morning of the event. Registration also available at the door if space available. Space limited to 50 attendees.