Visualizing Information for Advocacy

January 20, 2013 at 6:52 pm Leave a comment

Just came across this interesting guide(pdf) to using visuals for advocacy from the Tactical Technical Collective  – here is an explanation from the authors:

Visualising Information for Advocacy(pdf): An Introduction to Information Design is a manual aimed at helping NGOs and advocates strengthen their campaigns and projects through communicating vital information with greater impact. This project aims to raise awareness, introduce concepts, and promote good practice in information design – a powerful tool for advocacy, outreach, research, organisation and education. Through examples, the booklet demonstrates how to use innovative visual graphics to tell a complex and powerful story in a snapshot.

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