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Information Graphics

Illustration

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Illustrations used in information graphics can help readers understand the fundamental concepts and relationships being expressed. They are especially appropriate in an editorial or instructional setting. To maintain a high quality of illustration, it is strongly recommended that a professional illustrator be hired.

 

Diagrams

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Like illustrations, diagrams help to define details of component relationships or process flow. They are helpful when communicating details that otherwise could not be easily shown through the use of illustration or photography. An effective diagram is one that communicates your most essential point in the simplest manner possible. Utilize our secondary color palettes to clearly classify and differentiate various information types.

Sample Diagram

Charts

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Charts display detailed information in a clean, tabular format. Charts (also known as tables) are used to communicate detailed information in a clean, easy-to-read fashion. They should be designed with clarity in mind, in a way that is appropriate to the content being presented. Utilize our secondary color palettes to clearly classify and differentiate various information types.

Sample Charts

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