“Sketch Notes” are a popular way to condense a lot of information into a single page summary. Unlike Graphic Recording, which is often conducted in front of an audience adjacent to a speaker (or live-streamed digitally), Sketchnotes are drawn out of view and in a sketchbook or on a tablet. I have created Sketchnotes for keynote speakers, college courses, audio recordings, and life-events.
See example below:
a professor hired me to capture classroom lectures. Due to hybrid classes, sketch notes were completed both in-person as well as digitally.
a conference keynote speaker's presentation shared with audience members in a follow-up email.