An infographic on how to make a good infographic

 Found this on Visual.ly recently:

Making Good Infographics

I think I might print it out and stick it on my wall for all to see. It’s a bit on the long side, but it just goes to show you shouldn’t cut corners if you want your infographic to do a great job.


KOL infographic videos

I was lucky enough to be at the filming of a new KOL infographic video today. I must admit, I do love this part of my job. Hearing and seeing a script I’ve written come alive on the big screen gives me goosebumps.

The KOL was an absolute dream to work with. A bit of a thesp in a previous life, he was a natural in front of the camera and delivered the script with authority and passion. Goosebumps I tell you.

By 5pm we had the rushes and I cannot wait until the team weave some magic into that film with graphics and animation.

Here’s a peak at a fabulous infographic video, that shows just how engaging they can be:


An infographic for the scientific geek (including myself in that category obviously)

 I'm a big fan of a good infographic. They tell a story, draw you in and communicate messages very effectively. Here's one I stumbled across today that appealed to the wannabe CSI inside me:

The CSI Effect: Fact vs. Fiction
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When you combine infographics, video and and key opinion leaders, the results can be pretty darn cool. For some truly stunning infographic videos, I know just the people. These guys are innovators and pioneers of the infographic video in pharma land. Check them out. You won’t be disappointed.