BY THE NUMBERS – Numerical data can be ho-hum. Or it can be arranged to emphasize the ideas behind the numbers—including an important “Bottom Line”.
MAKING THE POINT – This simple little graph promised a huge increase in scientific research while reducing overhead. Sometimes, it takes hard work to make something look easy. This client landed a history-making contract.
SLICING THE PIE – How do you show that 81 employees are engineers, but only 20 are electrical engineers? I stacked two pie charts like a layer cake.
RIGHT ON SCHEDULE – Incredibly, the average bus schedule is unreadable by college students. My simplified design is easily read by 3rd graders. It was named the most readable bus schedule in the U.S. by the American Passenger Transit Association.