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Data Visualization, Infographic Design, Visual Thinking, Product Development and Marketing professional fascinated by good infographics.  Always looking for better ways to get the point across.

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Thursday
Sep042014

Abby & Chris: Wedding Invitation

Abby & Chris: Wedding invitation

Another fun way to spruce up your life with visuals! The Abby & Chris Wedding invitation from Abby Ryan Design takes an ordinary wedding invitation, and makes it extraordinary with data v visualization Fun idea! Maybe try it out for your next party?!

Abby & Chris: Wedding invitation

This illustrative wedding package was designed to reflect the playfulness of Abby and Chris’s food truck wedding. First, a 18 x 24 screen printed wedding infographic that works as an invitation, program and menu. The poster was designed with the rehearsal dinner invitation as the bottom section so it could be removed for guests only coming to the wedding. Next, the save the date card, which focuses on important events in Abby and Chris’s relationship with the final date being their wedding. A wedding website was also created to keep their guests informed.

This is fun and original. A keepsake for all the guests! It also gives a lot more useful information than most wedding invitations!

Thanks to Abby for sending in the link!

Tuesday
Feb252014

An Infographic Guide to Wedding Roles

An Infographic Guide to Wedding Roles

 

The Ultimate Visual Guide to Wedding Roles from Great Speech Writing helps clarify the complicated and misunderstood traditions behind who does what in a wedding.

Thinking about proposing; recently proposed; or just worried about what planning a wedding actually involves?  Big or small, at home or in a venue, it’s going to tale a lot of organising. When it comes to the wedding speeches we take the strain.  But there’s also a guest list to compile, a venue to book and countless people to arrange.  And in most cases, it’s something we only do once!  So here is the Great Speech Writing contribution: a wedding infographic to print-off, pin on the fridge and help you focus on who does what and when.  It’s not going to be easy, but at least you won’t have to worry about the speeches.

In terms of relevance, this is a great topic selection for an infographic from the publisher, Great Speech Writing.  It’s related to their business, but it is also a general interest topic that will be informative to a broad audience.

The topic also has a long Online Lifespan, which is how long the infographic will remain relevant to readers and continue to generate page views and back links.  Since the topic isn’t tied to any current events in the news, the infographic will be relevant for years to come.

The design is overly text-heavy, but I understand the design challenge.  Each action item should probably have an associated icon or illustration like the Joint Responsibilities section.  For example, a silhouette of a stripper pole dancing for the “Organise and host a memorable stag party” action item.  The design of an “Ultimate Visual Guide” should be much more visual!

The footer has the URL to the main front page of the Great Speech Writing site, but that doesn’t help readers find the original full-size infographic.  There isn’t a link to the infographic on the front page.  So the infographic should include the URL directly to the infographic landing page, so readers can find it even when people share the infographic in social media without an active link.

Thanks to David for sending in the link!