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The best designs of 2016

The Design Museum’s Beazley Designs of the Year 2016 honours the best talent from around the world in architecture, digital, graphics, products, fashion and transport. This year’s Beazley Designs of the Year winners demonstrate that design can transcend the superficial to become an innovative, thought-provoking force for good and progress. It …
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Bringing data to life: Telling better stories with Infographics

“It feels like we’re all suffering from information overload or data glut—and the good news is that there may be an easy solution to that—and that’s using our eyes more. Visualizing information so we can see the patterns and connections that matter. And then designing that information so it makes sense, or tells a story or allows us to focus only on the information that’s important”. -David McCandless on

How well can visuals tell a story? Here are just a few of the key infographics we did for The Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. See if you can get a sense of the sheer scale and nature of DFCM and their many accomplishments—all through the power of visuals.

Going to Press – What You Need to Know

The concept, writing and design are done. Now, how do we make this look its best on paper? First we start with the paper. How substantive of a piece do we want this to be? Does it show through an issue because of heavy coverage?….. if so, we go on …
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