Another solid flyer prepared by Alex. A great example here of not just following our style guide but improving on it with some creative flair.
How Senseable started their infographic journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Story to tell in the infographic
A cessation journey is hard but it’s reward full. Every cigarette you skip makes you live longer, healthier and improves your social live.
Data to include in the infographic
Data to smoking and data regarding the positive effect of quitting is quite easy to find on the internet. So beside what we provide here as links you can search and take any other public available information that may be missing in our links, if that fits to your infographic.
IMPORTANT is that you always provide a valid source for the information you use (small footnote is enough).
As we need more than one graphic a design proposal should contain a bunch of graphics we can use as single images.
But it is important that we don't need one big Infographic that's beeing printed on a poster or being viewed on a Desktop.
We need a bunch of small images where each image tackles few information and the single image can be undestood in a few seconds.
Make free use of charts, icons, maps or what else comes to you mind :)
The Infographic’s main use will be on a smartphone. Because we want to show this kind of information on a regular basis we need some infographics. We need a somehow diverese graphic-style to keep it interesting (hint: maybe it makes sense to us take more than one winner).
Important: The graphics should focus on the benefits and the brighter side of quitting smoking. So you can show negative facts but don’t make them overwhelming or shocking. Better encourage/help viewers to stay on track to gain the benefits of a healty life.
Be creative distinguish yourself from existing ones.