Rsearch post 1 – Visual Communication Examples

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

After working through some more ideas and doing two more sketches for my potential layout, I have found some more infographic examples that I have found some inspiration in. They are posted below with their links and my explanations:

Retrieved from http://image.naldzgraphics.net/2013/06/1-compare-infographics.jpg

I like the divide of light from dark in this image and I intend to do this with mine as it clearly shows negative versus positive. I don’t think I will use crisp white though as it looks a bit boring with no texture or colour. Retrieved from http://image.naldzgraphics.net/2013/06/1-compare-infographics.jpg

Retrieved from https://digitalmediaforireland.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/infographic.jpg

I love the idea of having the split down the centre of the person, I can half one half negative and one half positive and have my points aiming at different parts of the body. I also like the colours and the layers of the background in this one. Retrieved from https://digitalmediaforireland.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/infographic.jpg

Retrieved from http://davidmeine.com/wp-content/themes/executive/images/infographic.png

I like how this points to the brain but it probably isn’t clear enough which part of the brain is affected. This is why I think it might work better and be more visually interesting to have the whole body, rather than the brain like I originally planned. Retrieved from http://davidmeine.com/wp-content/themes/executive/images/infographic.png

Retrieved from https://vantagepointdallascounseling.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/My-self-talk-Infographic.png

I like the levels of this and how it gets deeper into the information. It is a bit too wordy though. Retrieved from https://vantagepointdallascounseling.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/My-self-talk-Infographic.png

Retrieved from http://thumbnails-visually.netdna-ssl.com/replace-negative-thoughts-with-positive-ones_502910e1cdf09_w450_h300.jpg

I love this idea of having the text in the shape of the head. This could be something I could try out with the outline of the body or the brain. Retrieved from http://thumbnails-visually.netdna-ssl.com/replace-negative-thoughts-with-positive-ones_502910e1cdf09_w450_h300.jpg

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