We create infographics that tell a story
We specialise in infographics that have a narrative. Storytelling techniques help the message stick and is much more effective than a collection of random facts or statistics. We also prefer to be a bit more creative with our visual interpretations of abstract concepts. When possible we seek to be playful rather than boring.
Different ways of presenting the same story
A typical (narrative) infographic consists of series of images and text in a vertical image file. But that is not the only way we can present the information. If you want, we can break it down into individual images that you can then use in presentations, newsletters on your blog to illustrate specific points. We can also turn it into a PowerPoint presentation or a clickable slideshow (one of the best ways to present complex information, by the way!) or an animation.
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“Thank you thank you thank you! I presented my Prezi today to the senior leadership team – and they’re on board to start a pilot program. I LOVE the graphics, they are so amazingly helpful! They really loved the new one you provided – that was the ticket to get them to agree to do it”.
Former Community Manager, Lubrizol Corp.
“Virpi’s visual interpretations of our subject matter injected a very well received and much needed enlightening twist. The visuals have certainly stirred up the teams and have truly helped us in getting the desired result!”
Head of Sales Force Effectiveness EMEA,
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Services
“Communication with Business illustrator was very straightforward and flexible. After our first initial conversation I was able to give Virpi the full responsibility to lead the project. The best part was that the service did not just include the illustrations, but also the story and the copy. Discussions with Virpi also clarified our own communication about our company. The end product was more inventive that we could have ever done on our own”.
CEO Addiktum Ltd
MD / specialist in addiction psychiatry
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