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How matthew.denyer started their infographic journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Story to tell in the infographic
how well someone did in a race compared to all the others
Data to include in the infographic
the data analysis is set on a bell curve, split out to 3 sigma either side. I will take race results, assume a bell curve, take the % position in results to allocate a sigma and then plot a point in that sigma based on a straight line. The mock up has the time along the x axis and number of people finishing on the y axis
Elements to include in the infographic
I have an idea mock-up of the type of thing I want, along with example text. I expect to split results up into, and display 21 different points along the info graphic. The problems as I see them from the graphic mockup is a. the quality, b. too much to understand quickly on a social media post and c, the fact that the bell curve represents that number of people finishing at that point in time.
Simplicity is best, by that I mean viewable and understandable as an infographic on a mobile phone. We are doing this as an MVP on a budget, so low or no extra cost on images would be preferable.