Tagged: Visual Communication
Animations, maps, infographics, data visualizations, new storytelling formats and presentation formats: how the “Tamedia Interaktiv-Team” uses visual journalism to communicate the corona pandemic to readers.
On the Visual Communication of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health FOPH (Part 2):
First the sprint – then the marathon: How do you adapt a crisis campaign from times of need to an ongoing crisis in order to avoid a new emergency?
During the corona pandemic, pictograms are often used to communicate hygiene measures and behavioural rules. However, designing readable pictograms is a challenging task.
An interview with the nursing expert Prof. Dr. Sabine Hahn questions pictorial representations that show representatives of the health personnel as superheroes.
Mastering the corona crisis with humour: There are many parodies and humorous visualizations circulating in the social media channels. Official campaigns can learn from this.
How the Tagesspiegel Innovation Lab works and lives data-driven journalism: interactive graphics, data analysis, crowd research, longreads and visual stories.
Jan-Henning Raff points out two aspects that are of importance in the second phase of pandemic measures, such as social distancing and wearing masks.
Three current examples that do not want to be infographics – and yet share their intentions: the visual preparation, presentation and communication of complex information.
Infographics for translating complex information and data into images have a long history. Their relevance in times of the Corona pandemic is unbroken.
Artistic Designer posters and public health campaigns have different demands on aesthetics and thus complement each other in their effect.
Autorenplakate und Gesundheitskampagnen haben einen anderen ästhetischen Anspruch und ergänzen sich gerade auch deshalb in ihrer Wirkung.
In his visual essay Jan-Henning Raff analyzes three phenomena of Corona communication by journalists, experts and politicians.