Kick off your conference with some creativity. With an MC on stage introducing the projects, start by asking people to drawn:
- How they’re feeling?
- Where are they coming from?
- What they’re hoping to get out of the event?
All responses are shown in real time up on stage for the MC to lead a 15 minute interactive icebreaker.
In waiting moments
You’ve planned everything to the minute, but there are still breaks in the action.
Piccles can be deployed to any internet connected TV or Projector in waiting areas or lounges for an interactive activity thats fun for 1 person or many.
Popular questions are:
- What are you excited about for today?
- What is your big idea?
- What’s for lunch?
Everyone who participates can download and share their original drawing, and receive the collective mosaic after you’ve moderated and released it.
Wrap up the event with a relaxing coloring session that gets everyone working together one last time.
Ask qualitative questions to see how people felt about the event like:
- How are you feeling NOW?
- What was your biggest takeaway?
- What was your favorite part of the conference?
Other uses for Piccles
Sponsor Booth Activations
Audience engagement on a smaller scale
That capture ideas and emotions
While label the experience and DRAW a crowd
Draw our logo and win!
While sponsoring the 2019 ConFoo Conference in Montreal, Coveo used Piccles to draw people into their booth, give them a short, easy creative experience, and collect contact information.
Given Coveo’s orange triangle logo as a prompt to start, attendees created their own iterations, drew what inspired them, or just drew what they wanted. Email addresses were collected, with one selected to win a $100 gift card.
The color palette was created from their brand colors to remain on-brand, and this final piece of collaborative digital art was shared with all contributors for increased reach.
What are your priorities in life?
MassMutual wanted an interactive artistic experience that reflected their brand values at their 2018 Hubweek booth.
Their brand colors were used to correspond to peoples priorities where Red=Love, Blue=Friends, Orange=Happiness, etc.
Participants re-colored MassMutual’s logo with the colors important to them, creating this collaborative digital art x data visualization.
Employee ♥ at the annual summit
Acorio, winners of Boston Globe’s Best Places to Work 2 years running, wanted to visualize just why their employees love working there so much.
The team responded to the prompt “what do you love about Acorio?” and were able to instantly visualize the results, while creating marketing collateral for future recruiting efforts.