There is no shortage of information in the world we live in. However, there is a shortage of understanding. Our scientific experts, writers, and visual designers make information understandable through design. We use 2D and 3D graphics, clear writing, and data representation techniques to ensure that people understand the key message.
These types of projects are generally electronic presentations, print materials, or a mix of media — an oral presentation with visuals, for example.
Environmental applications are our strength. For example, with our expertise in information design we can explain the relevance of risks imposed by climate change to financial applications in Africa.
Our goal with information design projects is to make sure the key information is understood. Once people understand the issues and information, proper decisions can be made.
DE projects involving Information Design:
- Caribbean Environmental and Atmospheric Monitoring Database Management System
- Rio Conventions Pavilion at Rio+20
- Telus World of Science Calgary — New Science Centre 2011 Project
- Sultan bin Abdulaziz Science and Technology Centre (SciTech)
- H.R. MacMillan Space Centre
- Learning Engine
- Expo 2000 — Energy Pavilion