We absorb and process information best when it’s presented in a multi-sensory manner. Visually-presented information speaks to over 50% of people - research shows that visual symbols and shapes help their brains process information. In addition, seeing the interconnections between information in visual-map or flow form helps the viewer make linkages and develop an understanding of the bigger picture. I love helping organizations, companies, and other entities communicate their visions, missions, and all sorts of technical information, and I love to explore ways to best share that material - whether it is infographics, graphic facilitation, simple illustration, animation, or something completely different.
See below for a couple stills, and you can watch the actual animation here!
Access the toolkit here.
Access the report here.
More on the campaign here.
Clients include The World Bank, the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, FIT, The White House, the Department of Homeland Security, Yale University, and Beyond Reform and Development in Lebanon. Some pieces created collaboratively with Courtenay Lewis.