Zabisco’s infographics are visually stimulating and exciting. They display information in an engaging and intresting way to hold the attention of your audience.
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Infographic design at Zabisco is something we are very passionate about and making sure it’s done right. The human brain remembers visual information far better than the written word, so infographics have the power to stimulate your audience and more importantly enhance the user experience. By presenting ideas more efficiently, it gives your business or organisation the power to better communicate specific concepts or complex processes.
With infographics there are no limits, and at Zabisco we realise how beneficial they can be in the real world. Infographics provide an excellent clarity of communication which can be applied within your organisation. With a forward thinking, progressive approach, infographics can be used in place of, or enhance anything from press releases to email marketing; which presents your data in a way that is easier to digest for the user.Get in touch
IT consumerisation infographic: communicating the story of consumerisation embracement across the UK, Germany and France.
2011 index report infographic: a visually engaging introduction to the full industry 2011 DR index global report. Translated into 3 langauages.
SMB infographic: a campaign driven communication tool to represent the SMB landscape with a strong BlackBerry product message.
An infographic ‘to communicate exactly why' infographics are such a strong, hard working and effective communication tool.
A graphical representation of the internet with a focus on how and where we as users use the internet, executed with a minimal design style.
A visual comparison of the positives and negatives behind whether a mobile app or mobile website is right for you.
Taking a strong illustrative approach, the Zabisco Social Media St. represents the modern day social media environment.
An internal comms infographic to communicate the success of a new ASOS web portal. The visual has been cut back here to hide internal sensitive data.
An infographic designed to show alongside a report. The aim was to visualise geographical statistics in an engaging way.
An interactive infographic to communicate how the unique Ingenie Telematics device works. This engaging piece is used on the new Ingenie website.
This infographic created fantastic PR buzz for the online shopping portal Give As You Live, great exposure on the guardian technology blog.
An illustration based infographic setting the scene of the most common perils faced by landlords, brought to you by Towergate Insurance, landlord insurance specialists.
With a Olympic sporting theme, this infographic raises awareness for online bingo site BingoPort using bingo records as a light hearted pull.
A highly visual infographic communicating the great range of health and wellbeing benefits to having plants in the workplace.
We are big advocates of being pro-active in our infographic design. Here we give you a periodic table of digital industry terminology.
This internal infographic was used with a blog to help convey the science behind the usefulness of infographics.
This playful infographic was designed to show just how different men and women are when it comes to technology, through the medium of robots.
If you want to get the most out of your infographic then we go through the process with you from research to design to delivery ensuring your needs are met. Typically four days design time will be assigned to any one infographic, and includes two rounds of client feedback. However these are only recommendations, here at Zabisco we can structure your design time and client feedback to best suit your brief.
Our agency Lead Designer will head up the design and artwork process, though we often have input from the whole creative team as all our designers love working on infographics. Each infographic project is overseen by Marcus, agency Creative Services Director.
A clear and concise brief is always a great start. Marcus is happy to talk through your initial thoughts so together we can form the right brief ready to be handed over to the design team. What we do need from you is all content messages to be communicated, any and all brand guidelines and brand assets such as logos, imagery and fonts. It is also important for you to let us know how the infographic will be used, for example online only, print, within a newsletter, or a mix of these - this has an effect on the design and layout of your final art.
A good infographic brief is key to the design process. When writing the brief think to yourself ‘Could I leave a designer alone with this and without being able to ask me any questions, could they create a final art visual?’ If the answer to this is no, then you are missing something in your brief. The most important element to a good infographic brief is ‘What is the single, most important thing we want our audience to take from our infographic?’ Whether you want to educate or change opinion, knowing what you want to achieve with your infographic is vital. When mapping out an infographic design we think of the visual as an information journey, starting at point A and finishing at point Z. Point A sets the story and point Z is the final message we want the audience to take away. The content you provide in the brief - stats, figures, and data – is what we use to populate this visual information journey, the path of content between point A and Z.
The cost of an infographic is very much dependent on the brief depending on the scope and project requirements. We base the cost of an infographic on the number of design days we estimate is needed from your brief. If you have a set budget in mind we can always tailor the design time to fit within your budget. If you contact Marcus at firstname.lastname@example.org he will be able to give to a custom quote for your project.
To get your infographic project up and running call Marcus, agency Creative Services Director, on 0203 1511 330 or email him email@example.com.
“The infographic design expertise at Zabisco more than met our brief. Our final infographic design got great exposure at The Guardian online. Zabisco knew exactly how to take our press release and create a relevant and engaging visual”
Claire Walker, CEO, Firefly Communications
Infographic design has really got us talking. Find all the latest articles that both our infographic designers and user experience design team have written here:”
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The great thing about infographics is that they can be used in lots of different scenarios. Infographics work great in place of, or alongside, press releases as they can transform a dry content story into a visually engaging graphic that is easy to digest. Infographics work well in advertising campaigns, with the right design they have the ability to inspire and capture attention. Infographics can also be used within, or as, email newsletters – transforming what can be a mundane, dull and template newsletter into something far more exciting and interesting for the audience.