A multi-page infographic report representing the results of a survey of librarians across the world.
I generate a series of icons to help promote the subjects covered by speakers at the Ignite Brum event, Birmingham, UK.
Taking inspiration from the events official icon, I added the red circle and button to a series of thematic icons.
Infographic created for Copeland Council to demonstrate the range of services they carry out.
The client specifically wanted the infographic to appear busy and varied.
#bestbywm is a white paper investigating social media best practice in the West Midlands, UK.
Following a survey of local authority communications teams I was invited to generate a series of infographics for the report. This included:
* a full page results infographic
* a series of footer infographics showing social media stats
* a simple infographic showing the cost of communcation channels
Reliable Witness was a transmedia project for Birmingham Book Festival 2012, culminating in an interactive storytelling installation.
Participants were asked to make several choices for the characters, affecting the final outcome
I was asked to plot the various storylines, also showing the use of real-world media and social networks.
I was asked to research and create an infographic showing the media landscape in Walsall in the West Midlands
As part of an Information is Beautiful challenge, I created this infographic showing the depletion of resources over time.
[image reworked and updated on Mar 27th 2014]
Following the scandal of Dr Liam Foz taking/sending his friend/advisor Adam Werrity on several political trips – I wondered, where exactly has Mr Werrity been, and when?
I’m back at the Press Association delivering an infographics one-day session in May.
If your organisation is looking to improve your infographics then this is the course for you.
I’ve received excellent feedback, and with only 6 attendees, there’s plenty of opportunity to ask questions about your organisations specific needs.
The course combines hands-on training, discussion and group work.
Find out more about the course, and book your place, here