There are parts of my design work I want to work even more with. The parts that appear small but make a huge difference. The parts that contribute to new knowledge, inspire change, and allow people and organisations to move forward with more confidence. I can help you visualise, teach and spread knowledge in impactful ways with informative graphics and videos.
They are reasonably quick to produce and they make a world of difference for curiosity, insight and impact. When I help organisation visualise their ideas, I call it being pictosmart.
1) Visuals, charts and infographics
I use a visual language to summarise complex subject areas, explain connections and guide towards improvement. These visualisations have a way of making their way into posters, reports, educational material, keynote presentations and strategic planning. They become an important part of sustainable learning and change in many organisations.
Some examples of flowcharts, mindmaps, systems diagrams and more
To see some examples of the types of diagrams I am talking about, you can follow these links. Each graphic can also be seen in the gallery below the links.
- Infographic: The many branches of the Fediverse
- Classification chart: The Elements of Digital Ethics
- Mindmap: Digital Ethics curriculum
- Systems map: The systemic complexity of managing a pandemic
- Flowchart: Manage impact in design
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