Infographics & Illustrations – words and pictures for people
I love to live my life in colour and help others to live a colourful life through my visual storytelling. I use a range of drawing techniques to help people ‘picture their ideas‘ from creating infographics and illustrations to telling animated stories through hand drawn digital drawings and animations. Infographics are like mini ‘visual stories‘ combining text and graphics to visually communicate often complex issues, data and/or information. Today we are bombarded by information, data and signage so infographics are a great way to simplify, grab your attention and tell your story. To me a great infographic cleverly uses words and pictures so the message or information is easy to understand. An eye catching infographic can also be like ‘eye candy’ for the eyes and brain too!! Sometimes clear and simple illustrations can also help to capture the message, idea or concept you are trying to communicate in presentations, publications and posters. Animated drawings really bring your visual story to life and add a lively dimension to the story you are trying to tell.
Below are some examples of infographics, illustrations and animated drawings I have created with a range of clients to help synthesise and summarise often complex issues – from marine spatial planning and using science to inform public policy to animating sediment stories and marine research techniques. The great thing about these infographics, illustrations and animated drawings is that they can be used in a number of formats for different audiences from meetings and conference presentations through to features used in reports, newsletters, journal articles and websites.
Examples of my infographics, illustrations & animated drawings:
Hand Drawn Animations
How to “Picture your ideas” (Dr Sue Pillans)
Sustainable Sediment Management Story (North Queensland Bulk Ports)
Mud crab sampling in Moreton Bay Marine Park (CSIRO)
*Please note use of my graphics need to be attributed to me and remain unaltered unless written permission is given as all graphics and images are Copyright © 2017 Dr Sue Pillans