Here are 10 links we thought were interesting this week.
Our year-end gifts are like side projects for our team, that act as marketing for the company, and are actually useful (or at least entertaining) for everyone! Here’s a quick tour through the history of Tremendousness’ year-end gifts…
Storyboards help break down project plans, inspire creativity, and establish structure for storytelling. Learn about the different types of storyboards, the process from start to finish, and the importance of following a process if your business is looking into launching an innovative project or producing thought-provoking videos.
Visual storytelling is a powerful way to cut through the noise, drive awareness to a cause, build emotional connection with your audience and empower people to take action. Find out how advocacy can benefit from using visual stories.
When you need a quick visual shorthand for “idea” or “creativity” or “breakthrough” or any classic “a-ha!” moment, you go with the light bulb. Almost everyone doing visual communication does, and I’ve always been ambivalent about this. Check out my thoughts on this and other clichés in visual communication.
Illustrations are meant to breathe life to ideas through stimulated interpretation. Depending on the type, infographics can be incorporated to effectively communicate and quickly digest information. Discover the historical importance, variations, and major differences it exercises in the world of visual creativity.
A creative presentation that resonates with your audience has a few key ingredients that make it stand out from the rest. Discover how to create a powerful presentation that not only boosts your engagement, but properly illustrates your ideas through data and visual storytelling.