We use our information design skills to communicate product features and benefits or detailed research findings in a visual way that is easier to understand than long, detailed descriptions. With effective infographics, you can tell a coherent story that is compelling, memorable and shareable.
What we offer
Effective informative graphics not only help tell complex stories visually, but, when done well, improve understanding and create compelling messages.
No matter how complex the content, whether it’s statistics, structures, plans or maps, we have the expertise to translate your material into digestible and informative solutions.
Symbols and pictograms create a short-form visual language that can help you communicate quickly and efficiently. Whether they are for online or offline use, we can create consistent images that will enable you speak to your market with fluency.
Interpretation panels and displays play a vital role in communicating on-site information. Whether they are educational, instructional or promotional, we can help structure and refine your content to deliver a memorable solution.
The power of illustrated moving images out-weighs all other media. By bringing your content to life, viewers are significantly more likely to engage and return. Animation can simplify your messages, making your content much more accessible and digestible.
Video out performs all other content online. Whether it be marketing, instructional, demonstration or interview, the combination of audio and visual creates a total experience that can be compelling – driving exposure and increasing market penetration through likes, shares and feedback.
When carefully considered, timelines can help display chronological events and turn them into engaging stories. They can help plot your history or a sequence of events that help give a sense of authority to your business.
Thames Chase Community Forest is situated in a densely populated part of Greater London. We worked with the Forestry Commission to create a series of intrepretation panels to help tell it’s story.