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Selling has changed. This infographic seeks to explain how. The PowerPoint version of the infographic is here. Download the image file here. If you want to post it on your own blog grab the embed code here (please link back :). Purchase the Old School Sales vs Modern Sales Explainer Kit After many a discussion with sales [...]
I did this narrative infographic for an agile government initiative "Experimental Finland", a project run by a team at the Finnish Prime Minister's Office. The piece was used to explain the project (a funding platform for experiments), as well as a briefing tool for teams participating in a hackathon that aimed to solve some of the [...]
"What is service design?" I asked a friend of a friend when she mentioned she does service design for a living. Her explanation left me scratching my head. There was too much design jargon, too many abstractions. I sensed there probably was a communication problem between service designers and their clients/non-designers. So I infiltrated the Service [...]
Spam filters isn't something I get to think about every day. This was a content piece for a client's content marketing campaign. I did the concept for the infographic, the visuals (cartoons and design) as well as the copy editing. Raw copy came from the client. This was an interesting project because I got to [...]
What is the difference between leadership and management? This cartoon / comic strip is my attempt at describing the difference. It was for a client who wanted to promote a more holistic view of management and leadership within their organisation. Leadership skills have become increasingly important as more and more non-managerial staff members are given [...]
I did this infographic for Clearbox Consulting. I have a personal interest in the theme as I've worked in internal communications and strongly believe that treating your employees as adults and trusting them to do their jobs - no matter where they are physically - benefits both employees and organisations. The world is too complex [...]