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Category Archives: diagrams & graphics

Barwon Region summary picB

Cartoon recording from the Barwon Regional Assembly (Regional Development Victoria), Geelong, on the 14th September. Above, a summary graphic showing the top 5 priorities for the Barwon region from the assembly; below, some of the cartoons from the evening.

 

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Dog and Cat System Visual  Citizens Jury 2015

A Citizen’s Jury was called by the South Australian Government to look at how to reduce the number of unwanted pets that are put down each year. The Jury’s recommendations were summarised in this diagram.

Umbrellas pic

This is an illustration for one of the new Forest and Wildlife Discovery Trail signs, at the Free The Bears Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue centre, near Luang Prabang, Laos. This sign will explain the role of umbrella species:

‘Just as umbrellas protect people underneath them from rain, umbrella species keep their Lao forest wildlife friends safe from extinction. Poach or kill umbrella species and the balance of the whole forest is upset, but keep them safe and everyone’s a winner!’

Here is a link to an earlier sign drawn up for the Free The Bears trail.

Horse&Dung Beetle LR poster

For more information see Horse SA or Dung Beetle Solutions.

It was easy to become a Foodhero at WOMAD over the weekend –  by having your Foodhero photo taken. The unisex superhero character was drawn up for Oxfam Australia’s stall promoting their Our Food System is Broken campaign.

Foodhero LR pic

Foodhero picB

Rapid appraisal of emerging issues in the oil palm sector in Palawan Island (The Philippines): Environment, livelihoods and corporate accountability, was a scoping report produced by a collaboration between Palawan State University and the Stockholm Environment Institute. It aimed  ‘to feed the ‘rich picture’ that emerges from the preliminary results back to people in Palawan’.

As part of the feeding back the results these three diagrams were developed to be used in presentations. There was a lot of ‘rich picture’ to juggle onto each page.

Oil Palm pic A

When the pic

Pathways pic B

 

Two posters designed for the South Australian Electoral Commission to explain how to vote in the upcoming state election. The posters are designed for voters who are unfamiliar with how the process works or have limited English. Originally it was intended that the posters would work without any text however some words were necessary to help make the process clear. One of the posters has been adapted for remote communities where Electoral officials are flown or driven in, and it has been translated into the Pitjantjatjara language.

EC LR poster

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Sign Low Res fileThis is a mock-up of one sign to be on a forest and discovery trail at the Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, near Luang Prabang, Laos. The wording will be translated into Lao – and other languages.

Here is a whiteboard style animation for Aspen Medical, outlining their Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) programs. It is almost 5 minutes long – which is quite long to hold a casual viewer’s attention (the animation is aimed at new staff members).  The animation has also broken down into five ‘chapters’ for added versatility.


id Informed Decisions are the Australian and New Zealand ‘population experts’ providing demographic profiling and forecasting:  ‘We believe that by making demographic information accessible to the broadest possible audience, and promoting evidence-based decision making, we are contributing to a fairer and more sustainable society’.

Their id blog has many observations drawn from a range of data. A prime source of data being the 2011 Australian Census.

Here are some of the small graphics drawn for a number of the blog posts.

The coffee economy

The coffee economy

2012 review

2012 review

Grim reaper

Grim reaper

Economic modelling

Economic modelling