Jimi Holstebro: Visual Facilitation goes university

Posted on: 2. June 2021

How did you become a Visual Facilitator? Many might think of this journey in a very romantic kind of way: You’re a creative person that one day stumbles over another person looking for someone exactly like you. And while you’re still trying to figure out what this job is all about, you’re already living the dream of earning money for doing the things you’re passionate about. This sounds so amazing, we should all do it, right?! Continue reading

bikablo® posters – interview with Martin Haussmann

Posted on: 3. March 2021

Most of you have already heard about Martin Haussmann. In case you haven’t, we’ll explain why he’s THE expert when it comes to bikablo® posters. 😉 Continue reading

Bikablo’s school project

Posted on: 24. January 2020

Today, we have some very special guests: the team of bikablo® macht Schule (literally translates as bikablo goes school) is visiting the Neuland headquarters. And since this is a rare occasion, we just couldn’t resist to grill them about their project, particularly if it’s such an interesting topic. In a nutshell, Sandra, Silvia, Christian, Frank and Karl are visiting schools to show teachers and students how to use visualization for teaching and studying. But the experts can explain it way better, so enjoy the interview we prepared for you! 🙂

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Neuland in Flow

Posted on: 10. July 2019

Although we really like to work at Neuland and puzzle out new ideas or find improvements for our products, some “Neuländer” are keen to do adventurous outdoor activities on weekends. Even better when you can combine work with leisure and spend the weekend on an island. So, without hesitation, we went to Munich to set up shop at the FlowFest.

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Goodbye, Cape Town!

Posted on: 23. May 2019

In a city with a yawning gap between “rich” and “poor”, Mona visited schools and organizations to show the people in Cape Town what you can achieve through visualization.

 

On her journey through the city, she organized open street sessions and practiced together with circus performers for the AfricaBurn Festival. In this way, Mona met a diverse range of people, exchanged experiences and visually recorded what their dreams are. And it turns out they are more related than expected. Continue reading