This year I've discovered a niche I didn't even know existed-- graphic recording-style infographics. The infographics have the hand-drawn, illustrative look of graphic recording pieces, but in a more finished style suitable for print or the web. The combination of hand-drawn and digital elements gives the graphics a warm, accessible feel, perfect for presentations, informational charts or telling stories. Standard infographics, with their sleek designs, icons and vector shapes, certainly have their place. But if you want to engage audiences with something more unique, graphic recording-style infographics are the perfect solution. Send an email or call 215-384-3575 and let's work on one your audience will love!

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Animated Infographics for NBC10

Local TV station NBC10 asked me to do a series of graphic recording-style infographics to explain the proceedings at the DNC convention here in Philly this week. They're being animated by my very own son, Eli, who's been an intern at the station this year. The first 3 are up. Check them out via the links below--I'm blown away by how effective this is!

 What Happens at Political Conventions

The Popular Vote vs The Delegates

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Presentation Graphics for the Cheltenham School District

The Cheltenham School District of Cheltenham, PA, asked me to create a series of graphics for the roll out of their 5 Year Strategic Plan. The graphics were included in the slideshow that accompanied the  kickoff presentation and appear on the web; they'll also appear in the print version. The work generated a lot of excitement and was very effective in reaching the plan's stakeholders and the general public as well. Samples can be seen here and on the district's website.

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Infographics for VaxServe

Healthcare supplier VaxServe asked me to do a couple of graphic recording-style infographics for use in-house to help employees prepare for their vacations. Definitely a lot more fun than a boring old bullet list! You can see them here.

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Cartoons Gratis

I'm including a cartoon in each newsletter for recipients to enjoy and use for no cost. Just click the link for a 300dpi jpeg you can copy to your desktop. All I ask is that you don't get rid of the web URL or signature. And if you thanked Cartoon Impact in a caption, that'd be nice, too. You can see more free cartoons here.

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