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Per Lund

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Transcript of Infographics

Helps digesting and understanding the material
Visual presentation of information
Quick overview,
easy to take in
For own learning
For sharing with others
What makes a good infographic?
Historical Examples
Napoleon's army marching to Moscow and back, showing size of army and temperature. Charles Minard, 1869.
Causes of mortality, showing categories of causes, numbers of dead, and variations over the year.
Florence Nightingale, 1858.
Simple, creative, easy to read,
condensed - several types of data
presented at the same time.
Contemporary examples
Simple & Clear
Focal Point
Good data
Well researched
Clear & Beautiful
Draw attention to what's most important
Engaging & Compelling
Additional Examples
Each one can be improved - how?
What works and why?
Your ideas
What material did you go through today?
How would you present it in a visually clear and engaging way?
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