Resource provided by Ric Riordon RGD
Since early times we have told our stories. Using pictures, symbols and words, humans have expressed ideas and recorded them for one another. In fact, the origins of written language looked more like pictograms than the letterforms we use most commonly in the Western world today. We now use both imagery and words to enhance the meaning and imagination of our storytelling.
As the global economy introduces new levels of competition, the requirement for extraordinary narrative becomes essential for success – both visually and verbally and from multiple sources.