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15 August 2009 · Article

Envisioning visual contracting: why non-textual tools will improve your contracting

In this article, grids, system illustrations and flowcharts will be referred to as “visual content”.
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Your internal clients today often consider contracting professionals to be professional obfuscators, delaying delivery of their desired deal-closing until completion of dense prose. And later readers and users of your work may struggle to understand the original intent, context and impact of contracts that you drafted and refined in prior years.
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Is there a better way? Yes.
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Is the contracting tradition an inviolate process, in which ancient, mysterious laws preclude new methods or tools? No.
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This article analyzes why and how graphic, non-textual tools and content can speed up, upgrade and simplify both your work processes and your work product — and maybe even generate more appreciation of your contribution.
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HENRY W (HANK) JONES III, Law Office of Henry W Jones III & Intersect Technology Consulting
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