Infographics aim to visually represent information – such as facts and data. They usually tell a fascinating story by showing correlations. Reduced to the essential content, infographics convey a thematic overview that is particularly useful as a learning aid. The learning process is positively influenced by such visually perceptible experiences. Therefore, a credible presentation of complex matters such as scientific, technical, medical, regulatory, and other issues is crucial. For information boards, presentations, publications, annual reports, etc., infographics are ideally suited as a medium for passing on knowledge in a convincing and formative way.

Design Process: Establishing visualizations means taking several aspects into consideration. Here’s a quick overview showing some important milestones.

woodpecker infographic showing anatomical skull structures preventing injuries during pecking.
Woodpeckers: Anatomical features to prevent brain injuries during pecking.

illustrative Regulation visualization by pascal glatzfelder
Biathlon: Quick Overview about discipline features. Visualization study of a set of rules.

lateral skull drawing with teeth roots of pedetes capensis by pascal glatzfelder
The South African spring hare: Anatomical predisposition of the tooth roots
Vector 2D animation of the kingfisher bird for ornithological identification purposes.
Kingfisher: Animated color features to differentiate between age and gender.

Aabach Concept: Module Archeology II – ZHdK, BA Scientific Visualization 2015
Ein Auftrag der Denkmalpflege & Kantonsarchäologie Zürich