A good infographic is an accurate, consumable, attractive visual overview of a complex topic. Here's where they can go wrong, or do right.
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Facilitated, real-time virtual collaboration gives structure and direction to important remote meetings. Guided exercises help teams discover and align. Live sketching brings your ideas to life.
The term 'information design' sounds academic, but it's really egalitarian. Its entire purpose is to explain something so people can take informed action.
We've been working with a fast-moving company called Niche. They provide development, implementation, and support for system architectures that better enable law enforcement agencies to serve their communities.
Your data has a story to tell. Sometimes, it’s known or obvious. But other times, as you begin to dig into it, you find an entirely new or unexpected story. Here’s how to make the most of it using visual storytelling.
Some infographic projects go so smoothly you wonder if you missed something. Some are more of a challenge.
Lots of us—whether businesspeople, teachers, innovators, or even parents—rely heavily on our words to explain important, complex things. But words alone aren’t enough.
Learn how infographics are valuable in healthcare and can help teach, communicate, and (sometimes) even overcome language barriers.