A good infographic is an accurate, consumable, attractive visual overview of a complex topic. Here's where they can go wrong, or do right.
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.
What is the best way to represent election returns? We've got simple vote tallies, colored maps, pie and bar charts, and other data visualizations... but just like our democracy, none are perfect.
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.
Perhaps you’ve noticed that everyone on your social media has started baking bread from scratch. There's a really good—and simple—reason for this: deliciousness.
Let's calm down for a minute. Or seven. Or 15. Or whatever you're willing and able to allocate to doing a little yoga or meditation. Here's a simple sequence to get you started.
The term 'information design' sounds academic, but it's really egalitarian. Its entire purpose is to explain something so people can take informed action.
Last week we looked at some of the many things we do or need to think about during the Production phase of a visual storytelling project. Let's jump back in...
When I was in college, I was tasked with drawing a dog as part of an assignment. Every day, I would bring a slightly different dog drawing to class—and every day, my professor would frown at my work and tell me I needed to redo it.
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.