Our design team has been extremely busy over the last couple of months producing infographics for clients ranging from the NHS to Kelkoo. One of our most recent projects was an infographic brief for the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) in Wales; visualising huge sets of data from their ‘Inequality In Wales’ and ‘How Fair Is Wales?’ reports. The final design was an incredible 3 metres long when printed, producing an infographic which was … interesting to roll-out in a client meeting. As you can image, the final design... Read The Rest →
I’ve been posting quite a few infographics recently, so I thought I’d continue the trend and put together a slightly more serious visualisation on the difficult start we’ve made to 2011. As always any questions or remarks please leave a comment, and feel free to repost this infographic, just please link back to the Designbysoap website if you do. Click for the larger version.
Regular readers of our blog would have seen Rachel’s Growth of Twitter infographic, which she produced for us last week. This week she’s come up with a fantastic visualisation entitled ‘A History Of Typography’. As usual, feel free to repost this infographic on your own blog, just please link back to us or to Rachel’s Twitter (@raychno21) Rachel Bonness is currently on a placement at the Designbysoap offices in Hereford, if you’re interested in a work placement or an internship, you can fill out an application form on our online... Read The Rest →
We’re pleased to have just completed a data visualisation brief for research-based content provider VansonBourne, producing an infographic databook to add a visual impact to their latest consumer technology research study. The research identifies four distinct types of consumers, highlighting the differences between these consumer ‘families’ when it comes to things like technology usage, social media engagement and demographics. We helped to visualise these consumer family characterisations, coming up with what the VansonBourne team affectionately named the ‘Mr Blobby’s’: The full databook contains 12 high resolution infographics, covering numerous different... Read The Rest →