One of my skills is turning complex information into interesting and easy to understand infographics. These are samples of different infographics I have created over the years.
Maps are a great way to show where people are and how they interact together. Leaders knowing who their peers are enhances teamwork and camaraderie.
Cycles of Momentum show different levels of the organization and how busy seasons may not coincide across all areas. The orange bars are shared events, but highs and lows in work level vary for groups and individuals.
EFM Launch Process shows how people in different layers of the organization work together around the country.
Objective: To create an engaging visual representation of countries where Global Missions with Cru are working. Visualizing students from different locations working all around the world all on one map is eye-opening but difficult to represent. Early versions of the map had flight lines crisscrossing every direction and created chaos for the viewer. Grouping lines together leads to a sense of motion, casting vision for the whole world. This poster was distributed nationally.
Client: Global Missions, Cru
Date: April 2014
Objective: This infographic brings together three different books by one author and references different Bible verses included in the books. The user can then find activities in the books in relation to the Bible story. This was used as a free download incentive for signing up on a landing page.
Client: Warner Press
Date: August 2017
Kristin Madeja — Experienced Art & Digital Media Director