Visual Synopsis is a way of capturing inspiring content with the aim of making it simple, memorable and beautiful.
Visual Synopsis was founded by Dani Saveker as a way for her to capture non-fiction books in a way that was not only meaningful but also attractive as a piece of art. Read more
This developed into a way of capturing much more - from business culture and concepts to inspiring talks. You are invited to view and download many of the pieces - which are primarily one-page summaries of amazing books Dani has read - and be inspired.
Dani is passionate about sharing the content and her work and so most of the Visual Synopsis pieces on this site are avilable for you to download without charge. There are items you can purchase, and of course you can commission your very own pieces by contacting us. For anything other than personal use, please seek permission first.
Visual Synopsis is a way of capturing a range of content, from books to people’s lives and from TED talks to business concepts, always with the aim of making them simple, memorable and beautiful.
You are invited to view and download many of the pieces and be inspired. Check out the full Downloadable Collection to browse and select. You’ll be asked to provide your email address and check out before you’re sent a free of charge link.
The books that are featured also have links for you to buy on Amazon as well as a very brief overview and link to the author.
Each year, 12 of the Visual Synopsis pieces are selected to feature in a calendar which can be purchased and sent to you. Click below to PRE ORDER your 2020 Calendar today!
Dani undertakes special projects and commission pieces in addition to the ones you can view and download. If you’d like to discuss this further and see how she can help to capture your ideas, content, business or message, drop us a line!
The approach for these projects is often formed from the GLAS framework to get to the core of your ideas, book, conference, culture or business.
All artwork is originally hand drawn by Dani Saveker and is shared under the Creative Commons Licence. To use any of her work, you need to contact us for permission. All rights and copyright are reserved by Dani Saveker.