Project planning, strategy meetings, team icebreakers, social events… all kinds of gatherings can benefit from creative facilitation

Whether online or in person, participation and engagement are improved with creative facilitation
We use a variety of approaches and tools to help to motivate, inspire and entertain
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Example of Miro

^ Miro whiteboards can be used as creative space for online collaboration, we provide a simple bootcamp to help you get started

“It has been a real pleasure to work with infohackit to develop a series of events for our Early Career Network in the UKRI GCRF Water Security Hub – including an introductory training session on visual communication, and a two-part ‘Creative Hack’ event. These events were all run online for our international group of researchers, and the sessions were well-paced, inclusive and fun!

“Unphased by my initially confusing and amorphous brief (not to mention a few changes of emphasis during the planning phase!) Peter was enthusiastic, supportive and full of innovative ideas for ways to set up the hack event, and very patient in helping me to work out exactly what we needed to get out of the session, and how to go about it!  Lucy is great at dealing with the intricacies of liaising with university finance systems, and the whole experience was smooth to arrange.

“I wholeheartedly recommend working with infohackit, and hope to work with the team again in future.”

Dr Helen Underhill, UKRI GCRF Water Security and Sustainable Development Hub



LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® is an approach to group interaction grounded in well-established research and based on the ideas that success is dependent on hearing all the voices in the room and that people naturally want to make a contribution.

With better participation and engagement from the team, the aim is to increase the quality of insights generated, the level of commitment and the speed of implementation.

Peter is a certified LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator.