info Yl8 got their new infographic by running a design contest:
Create a impactful bar chart infographic for the Food & Beverage Industry
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Food & Drink
Story to tell in the infographic
We would like the infographic to highlight the current feelings and concerns about working for a restaurant that has implemented a "No Tipping" pay structure, for front of house staff (servers, hostesses, general managers, etc), back of house staff (cooks, pastry chefs, etc.) and office staff.
Data to include in the infographic
We would like two bar graphs. The first one should depict the overall results of our survey, which posed the question "Would you work in a restaurant with a 'No Tipping' policy?". 52% responded "YES", 19% responded "NO", and 29% responded "MAYBE". The second bar graph should depict the breakdown of the answers to the same question, by BOH (back of house), Dining Room Staff (front of house), and Office, all on the same grid, so that comparisons can be made at a glance. In this breakdown: 31% of Dining Room Staff, 64% BOH, and 53% of Office replied "YES"; 33% of Dining Room Staff, 13% BOH, and 10% Office replied "NO"; 36% Dining Room Staff, 23% BOH, and 37% Office replied "MAYBE".
Elements to include in the infographic
Bar graphs - need a way to distinguish the different responses by different segments of the restaurant (BOH, Dining Room Staff, Office) - colors or iconography? The orientation will be square. The size of the needed file: 1222 x 1222 72dpi. Any of the following formats are fine: photoshop, illustrator, indesign, and sketch. We need all icon and text to be editable.
Please check out our website (www.CulinaryAgents.com) to get the overall style, Please avoid using color blue and red; use CA green #00BA57 , black and grey. Would like the background to be composed of responses to the follow up question of "Explain the reasoning behind your choice". Should be faded/light text. Here are some of the quotes (if need more to fill up the background, I can provide upon request): 1. "It's a great way to get the entire staff engaged in the success of the restaurant" 2. "I feel like, in a no tipping restaurant, it would take un-needed pressure off of the front of house staff. That way they can focus on what matters, being service and knowledge of menu items." 3. "Tips reflect only the service provided by wait staff, and a meal involves much more than that." 4. "I have worked front of house, and I believe they deserve to be rewarded for excellent service, excelling above and beyond the call of duty." 5. "Although the guests pays for the food and restaurant owner pays the servers to serve, I believe servers strives to better serve the guests for a higher tip as a reward, I believe that's where servers do what they do best to sell the menu items" 6. "Tips are necessary and prevent the restaurant from having to pay too much overhead" 7. "Undecided on whether it really benefits the kitchen staff and is good for guests." 8. "While I don't entirely understand the idea, whatever gets everyone to work as a team towards the same goals works for me." 9. "Elevated hourly pay and a no tipping policy promote professionalism overall in the restaurant culture." 10. "I believe in making the wage disparity between FOH and BOH smaller. I like that it legitimizes hospitality as a career choice." 11. "I believe it would create a culture focused on doing their best work for the company as a whole and not as a paycheck. But only if the policy is accompanied by a livable wage.'"
$599 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Infographic starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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