Infographics are great. But to truly be informative, visuals need to give us something we can use.
Inspired on customer journey maps, I’m working on a European Leader’s journey, showing the history of the European Union.
In a world full of infographics and graphics overload, visual philosophy is not the first thing that comes to mind.
Pandemics follow patterns. Intervening at an early stage is always best.
Maps have always been powerful visualizing tools. They can show concerns as well.
Visual essays are powerful communication instruments. Two examples: global mental health, and climate emergency.
Finding causlity in sociatal issues can be challenging. How the Y2K bug kept people in jail.
Information murals help understand big and comples topics. Bob Horn and I are working on the history of the EU.
Trying to find cause and effect in society is difficult. Societal Impact Assessment attempt it.