Infographics represent information – such as facts and data – in a visually attractive and understandable way. Ideally, they tell a fascinating story and are eye-catching. It is knowledge transfer in the form of a visualization or even an animation, taking into account various aspects. Pointing out connections should both clarify the facts and stimulate thinking. Therefore, a correct and thus credible representation of complex things is all the more important. The term ‘Graphical Abstract’ appears specifically in science and is an infographic that presents the key message of the publication. In general, infographics enrich not only publications, but also media such as presentations, information boards or annual reports. Scientific, technical, medical, regulatory or other topics become more accessible thanks to infographics.

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

Woodpeckers: Anatomical features to prevent brain injuries during pecking.

Biathlon: Quick Overview about discipline features. Visualization study of a set of rules.

The South African spring hare: Anatomical predisposition of the tooth roots

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
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