graveris7 got their new illustration or graphics by running a design contest:
Get a Recurring Job designing Stats pieces in Wellness industry
Check out graveris7's Illustration or graphics contest…
We do research studies around relationships and wellness topics.
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Key considerations: - neutral design style, we want other sites to use our graphics, so design style must be something that would allow other sites to easily include it on their sites and not conflict with their design. - modern, minimalistic, neutral colors - add text on top, or something that explains the stat. -- Here's the text we need a graphic for (use the numbers, % to showcase the data for clear visualisation): -- We surveyed 7392 Americans from all across the States about their experience with Long-Distance Relationships (LDR). In particular, we wanted to know how many long-distance relationships are successful and what makes them work out (or not). As it turned out, most respondents (75.5%) had never been in long-distance relationships. We asked the 1814 people who had been in LDRs a series of questions to get the most up-to-date information about long-distance relationships, why people get into them, and what happens within them. --- After the initial concept, here's the 12 more points i need (so its more of an infographic, even though we will separate pieces for the article) -- 31% of couples have closed the distance. Another 26% have a definite end plan in place to close the distance. That means as many as 57% of LDRs were either successful or close to success. 32% of respondents said they wouldn’t choose to be in an LDR again Older people are less optimistic about LDR than younger people - 38% of those over 45s said they wouldn’t be in an LDR again, whereas only 27% of 18-24s said the same. People define long-distance relationships differently. 33% of respondents believed long-distance meant living at least 2 hours away, while 32% said it meant living in a different state or country. Cheating was reported in 22% of long-distance relationships (either the respondent or their partner cheated, or both). Bad or Not Enough Communication was the biggest reason for LDR failure, with 40.2% of respondents thinking it was important. It got more votes than Jealousy (28.7%) or Cheating (17.5%). 5.1% of LDR were open relationships, similar to the general population. 8.8% of those aged 65+ had open relationships, more than any other age group and twice as many as 25-34 year-olds (4.4%). Couples in LDR who meet more frequently are less likely to cheat. For couples who met once a month, 68% of them were certain no cheating had occurred, compared to 46% of couples who met every 4-6 months. 60% of respondents said that work or study was the reason they entered into long-distance relationships. 52% of respondents stated that they lived in an LDR for more than a year. 11% of people In LDR have never met, which correlates with the fact that 15% of them met online.
We need stats illustrations, that illustrate clearly the influence, impact of stat by comparing, showing visually the difference. We will need a lot more graphics as we keep running research studies, this is just a trial piece.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Illustration or graphics starts at $349.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their illustration or graphics.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
graveris7 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
This is yet another successful project completed with Josh. He is amazing! He completed a fabulous book cover for my book. He was timely, conscientious, listened well to my ideas and translated them into art. Josh is dedicated, thorough, and passionate about helping your designs come to life. He has already been instrumental in my brand development: he designed my logo, my mascot, my website, and now my book cover! I look forward to many future collaborations with Josh. Hire him, your project will be better for it!
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