Graphic Design Options

Information Design

The goal of information design as a practice is to help people make sense of data.

The Society for Experiential Graphic Design defines infographic design as a way of presenting information that makes it most accessible and easily understood by users.

From designing street signs to restaurant menus to patient record systems, information designers are likely to put the audience or user first instead of aesthetics or the quality of its appearance.

Information design requires expertise and skills from a wide range of disciplines like visual design, infographic design, data visualization, technical writing, editing, and usability.

Information design examples

  • Brochures
  • Manuals
  • Infographics
  • Websites
  • Restaurant menus
  • Airport signs
  • Yellow pages
  • Wayfinding visuals

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