Illustrations and Infographics
Finding a way to illustrate a premise or concept is one of the most challenging tasks of design.
This page includes some of the solutions we've developed for clients over the years.
Look around you. Everywhere you go you are confronted with images presented to inform, persuade, and educate. How many times have you purchased a product just because you liked the label? Or ordered a menu item because there was a great picture of the food? Or looked at a banner add because it had an engaging image?
This is all visual education and persuasion and it is hard work.
Bob Brown gNashville CD Art
Wilberforce "The Better Hour" DVD Cover Art
This was used to distribute review copies to media and interested organizations concerning the extraordinary documentary about William Wilberforce. More information at the site http://thebetterhour.org. Click on the images to see a larger version.
RedBag Solutions Process Charts
Over the years we have created dozens of PowerPoints for RedBag solutions and publications. Part of this work is illustrative graphics. This is a comprehensive chart used in presentations as a mult-slide build. The final image is included as we as an animated version showing the steps.
National Marriage Week Info Graphics
These were created for the national guide that was used for events across the country. In the end, we used a basic info page but these still stand as effective visual communications.
Spot Illustrations for Ethics and Religion
Each week I post columns to the Ethics & Religion website. Mike McManus, the author, says, "My goal in writing Ethics & Religion is to provide a weekly answer, suggesting how Americans can take their faith, and use it to raise the ethical standards in their families, churches and communities."
My goal is to come up with an illustration each week that highlights the premise of Mike's column. I invite to you visit the site and actually read his columns at http://ethicsandreligion.com
Here are some of our favorite illustrations.