Examples

Brand Storyboard – Greg Tutunjian, Pattern Transformation

The challenge: To make invisible work stand out Meet my client Gregory Tutunjian from Boston, Massachusettes. He is an experienced management and IT consultant with a whole tail of abbreviations in his Linkedin Profile. PMI-ACP, CDA, SPC5…. Greg contacted me because he was struggling to communicate what he is doing in his work. Here is what he wrote:  I am not happy with my website. I “appear” as many similar consultants, but I am not similar. I need to distinguish myself and separate myself from “the herd.”  Therefore I wish to communicate my intent, purpose, and ability confidently, in a very illustrative and engaging way. The problem for consultants like Greg is that their work is “invisible”. You can show...

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Brand Storyboard – Suzanne Harrison

circle_1_red_sSuzanne is a designer and web developer who has also joined my Drawing Club because she is now illustrating her marketing material herself! Here is what she said about the Brand Storyboard Process: I had Ingrid help me to figure out the story of my business. I was just talking, and Ingrid was able to take my many words and put them down succinctly on this one picture. It makes it so much easier to describe my process after having gone through my clients’ goals and vision. And it gave me all these great images that I can use on my website! Suzanne Harrison, https://suzanneharrisonweb.com/          

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Coach Becker, Fatloss made simple

Christopher Becker – coach [b] – is passionate to get the word out about his comprehensive fat loss program. We started by nailing down his message, by really getting into his customers’ heads. Chris knows how his clients are feeling, having been overweight himself. So for me, it was just a matter of capturing the right words and emotions, and categorizing them into the three parts of the story. In the phase after the Storyboard session I gave him feedback and tips on how to implement it on his website. Chris decided to go with a 6 months mentoring package with monthly calls about the setup of his complex membership site, writing his manifesto, and the occasional illustration. Here are...

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Case Study: Dementia and Watercolor

How illustration can help to get your brand message across. You can’t use photos if you are working with something sensitive, like dementia care. Which is why Rachael Wonderlin from Dementia by Day is using illustrations.   In a couple of Zoom sessions Rachael explained to me what she is doing for her customers in her business. I sketched while she was describing her unique approach. Here you can read more about how I developed her illustrations from her Brand Storyboarding Sketch     This process helps to become clear what it is exactly that you are doing for your clients. It helps to structure your website. And you get lots of relevant ideas for images, be it photography, or illustration. Rachael decided...

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Branding the Thick Shelled River Mussel

Part 1     Part 2     Read more about the Suså project here: https://www.merelivisusaaen.dk/       Drawing from the public hearing   Interactive map http://musling.lill.dk/index.html

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René Hjetting – Branding through illustrations

René is an author and marketing expert from Denmark. He is one of the clients who actually visited me in my studio for a Brand Storyboard session. But since then I have done several live-drawing sessions with him on Zoom. It is just easier, even if we are both in the same country. And now with the coronavirus lockdown, it is the only possibility. Here is an overview about Renés business! At the same time a blueprint for organizing his website . Click to enlarge … drawings of a newbie entrepreneur who doesn’t know where to go fishing for clients – and then is learning about “know thyself” first. Here are some Lillustrations René is using for his website, social...

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Support for families with addiction

  “We were having trouble with our messaging and struggling to clarify our language and struggling to get clear on the elements of our brand. Your insightful questions, drawings and input infused our creative process with new ideas and showed us the way forward. We built our FB support group using messaging that came from your work with us.  We have a clearer understanding of the story brand process and can now use it more easily in our copywriting we do. ”  Judy Voruz and Joy Gluck Elohim, coaches     Here is an illustration that I made for the Wisecaring support-group on Facebook  

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Grafisk facilitering: Ledelsesudvikling Holbæk kommune

“Din streg er næsten blevet synonym med ledelsesudvikling, så udover den er flot, sætter den med det samme folk i den rette stemning.” Rikke Hovgaard Lorentzen, Organisationskonsulent i Holbæk Kommune Graphic recording and illustration at a series of seminars and conferences in  Holbæk kommune. Welcome Jonas Sprogøe Leon Lerborg Capturing live discussion A change in culture is happening The red thread Knowledge transfer Vision vs reality Ready made courses vs. tailor made Opportunity to learn

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Financial advising business – illustrated

“After I used the first page of your illustration in my newsletter yesterday. I have had 3 customers reach out to me so far. One of them said he felt I knew him and his issues so well he had decided to work with me  already before we talked!  Super excited with the value of the work we did together.  The illustration is powerful and the underlying messages are gold!!! I’ll keep you posted on my developments.  Just wanted to thank you for your talents.” Click on the image to enlarge the image. Mick and Andre decided to go with a fully illustrated website based on their Storyboard.   

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Specialist in Customs and Transport

 

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Drawing at the leader meeting at Kalundborg kommune

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Graphic Recording Sundhedscenter

I did live drawings at a day at a teambuilding-day at sundhescenter Næstved – on the big paper, and also sketches on myiPad

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Dronten in Lejre – alive and kicking

    I developed the “Dodo” for the children culture project in Lejre commune – “Lejre Børnekultur” I is a cheerful, recognizable symbol for all kinds of cultural activities in kindergarten and schools. I designed the logo, posters and brochures, and I adapted it for use on the communal website. Here is Dronte (Dodo) in action: Poster and brochure: Dronte’s activities on website and brochures Part of the project was to finish painting a caravan that a group of children hat started. Dronten fik endda sin egen campingvognen!

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Webinar sketches

 

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Graphic Recording for University College

I documented seminars and workshops at the Kompetencehub conference for University College, Zealand. Here are a few illustrations. Check out the interactive website where I have collected illustrations, photos and videos.  

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2 Comments

  1. gabi on November 20, 2017 at 22:04

    hellole from southern-germany – just looked at your last drawings and laughed out loud! Non digital-dogs in Hyggeland and tasty brain-slices for cold winterdays – your so funny! like to see, what comes next… lovely greetings from the wooden gabi (yes, i tried to write in english; little exercise couldn’t be so bad 🙂 ) to super-sauerkrautninja



  2. LiLL on November 21, 2017 at 09:48

    Oooh thank you! Greetings back!



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