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Simple way to increase employee engagement – infographic

Download the employee engagement infographic and the PPT version. This employee engagement infographic was my way of addressing a glaring omission in the debate around this important topic. (I write and draw about this topic because I used to do consultancy around social collaboration tools). Everyone admits that employee engagement is important, but the measures [...]

Yammer case study AIA – Infographic

You can download this Yammer case study infographic and its PowerPoint version here: wwww.businessillustrator.com/aia. This Yammer case study is intended for internal communications managers who struggle to measure the ROI of  their internal collaboration tool. The ROI of an enterprise social network is not straightforward to measure because the benefits don’t always manifest in a [...]

Old School Sales vs Modern Sales – Cartoon Infographic

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 (and please link back :). Purchase the Old School Sales vs Modern Sales Explainer Kit After many a discussion with sales trainers, managers and consultants it looks like [...]

Agile government initiative explained – cartoon infographic

I did an infographic for an agile government initiative "Experimental Finland", a project run by a team in the Finnish Prime Minister's Office. This particular 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 [...]

By | December 4th, 2016|Infographics, Organisational change, Policy, Portfolio, Technology|0 Comments

What is service design? – Cartoon infographic

What is service design I once asked a service designer I had met at a New Year's party. I could tell she thought "oh no, not that question again" and gave me the most boring, unenthusiastic and jargony explanation I had heard in a long time.  Some time later I decided to infiltrate the Service [...]

How work is changing – Cartoon Infographic

The world of work is changing. Most people know that (although someone should really tell HR). This narrative infographic is based on a keynote by Esko Kilpi, one of the leading commentators on the changing nature of work and new economy. I drew sketchnotes on my tablet during the talk, then turned the main points [...]

How do spam filters work? – Cartoon infographic

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 [...]

By | September 2nd, 2014|Infographics, Portfolio, Technology, Visual content marketing, X Explained|0 Comments

Microsoft SharePoint Conference – Cartoon Infographic

  I have a background in collaboration technology like Microsoft's Yammer (an enterprise social network). So in 2014 I was invited to talk at the annual get together for people working on Sharepoint and Microsoft Office 365 (and by get together I mean a massive conference in one of those massive hotels in Las Vegas). [...]

What makes a good infographic?

This is a guest post by Matt Haworth, director and co-founder of Reason Digital, a UK-based social enterprise that helps nonprofit organisations get the most out of digital media. This is the first part of a two-part series on infographics. You might also want to read the second part of this post: How to create infographics. A [...]

By | July 26th, 2013|Communication tips, Infographics|1 Comment

How to use simple graphics to drive engagement on Facebook – Q&A with Thomas McCarthy from Shelter

An example of a  Shelter graphic. Shelter is a UK-based charity that works to alleviate the distress caused by homelessness and bad housing. I’ve long admired their clever use of graphics and "mini infographics” (simple, short visual explanations) that get thousands of likes and shares on Facebook.  Rather than use random pieces of visual content [...]

By | June 30th, 2013|Infographics, Visual content marketing|1 Comment
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