Scribing

 

RICH PICTURE SCRIBE

The objective here is to turn a subject into a scene that describes all of its different interconnected parts

 

THE EVENT STORY SCRIBE

Mapping out the main milestones of the conversation and joining them up with flows of discussion. It’s a good way to describe what’s said and retrace some of the logic and detail that got you there.

THE GALLERY SCRIBE

A collection of single cartoons that focus on one piece of the puzzle at a time. 

 

THE GET IT DOWN SCRIBE

Sometimes there’s no time to pause - the scribing is the note-taking. The drawings are simpler but translating on the spot means you can get in a lot of detail.

 

James has worked with NHS Fife on a number of complex assignments. He has a capacity to understand the content of conversations very quickly, on topics that he is not dealing with everyday. He can catch significant points of interest and difference and the related emotion and represent them with humour and intelligence. This then makes talking about difficult issues much easier.

We have used his talents to track the progress and decision making of groups, that have led to new policy and practice. His work has been invaluable.
— Patricia Boyle | Head of Organisational Development | NHS Fife