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Every infographic is built around one of three visual frameworks

By Bill Keaggy

Visual frameworks are the backbone of nearly every infographic you’ve ever seen, or ever will see. Almost every visual story can be built around (or retroactively reduced to) being a Process, a System, or a Comparison.

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2/10/21 11:28 AM

frameworks, infodesign, process, system, visual thinking, brainstorming, comparison, information design, visual storytelling

How to talk to your kids using visual frameworks

By Ted May

When I started writing this post a couple months ago, the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic hadn't yet spread around world. But I think it can help many parents out there, in these uncertain times and beyond.

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4/8/20 1:57 PM

frameworks, kids, visual thinking, empathy, visual storytelling, talking, covidchronicles

SESSION #004: Information design basics (Part 1: frameworks)

By Bill Keaggy

We held our 4th SESSION meetup last week and took a deep dive into frameworks—a term we use for the overall architecture of a story-based design.

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4/20/15 12:43 PM

frameworks, infodesign, Infographics, process, session, SESSION.IS, system, comparison

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