Infographics have the potential to convert scientific data and information into concise and easy-to-understand visual stories. In doing so, they transfer complex facts into clear images that the viewer can understand and memorize better than mere tables and plans.
Using practical examples, Jana Evers shows in this lecture how to develop a narrative from data and how to illustrate this narrative with a compelling visual language. She discusses the criteria for good infographics and explains which formats can be used to visualize information and how to get from the first ideas to the final visualization.
Date and time of the lecture
Wednesday, 17 November 2021, 9:45 – 11:15 CET
Meeting number: 2734 762 4114Meeting password: UML21-22