How to make brilliant infographics
A one-day workshop
Berlin, 28th June 2016
28th June 2016, 9.30am-4pm
Agora Collective, Mittelweg 50, 12053 Berlin
Over the course of the day, you will:
- Learn how to find compelling stories in data
- Understand how to take those stories and turn them into brilliant infographics
- Analyse examples of best and worst practice
- Gain a strong understanding of the five fundamental types of infographic
- Take part in a practical workshop, with hands-on practice of creating infographics (no design experience required)
- Be introduced to the best free infographics-creation sites
- Get an insight into the future of data visualisation, including photographic, interactive and 3D infographics
You will leave with all the knowledge you need to start making brilliant infographics of your own.
Rob Orchard and Christian Tate are the editorial and art directors of the Slow Journalism Company.
Five years ago they launched Delayed Gratification, a quarterly news magazine that returns to big events after the dust has settled. Since issue #1 they have created beautiful infographics for the magazine which have won multiple awards – including an Information is Beautiful award for this infographic about how to win an Oscar.
Since 2012 they’ve been teaching masterclasses in how to make infographics. They have taught at the Guardian, the UNHCR, the University of Oxford, Nissan, Tesco, Selfridges and at companies in Portugal, Ireland and Belgium.
This class is ideal for people working in publishing, marketing, communications, advertising or PR. It will also suit academics, researchers, analysts and anyone who is interested in finding more engaging ways to present data.
No design experience is required and all practical work will be done with pen and paper – no laptops needed!
299 € for the day, including coffee, lunch, a copy of the latest issue of ‘Delayed Gratification’ magazine and an exclusive ‘How to make infographics’ poster. Class participants will be emailed a zip file of all presentation documents at the end of the course. A special 10% earlybird discount applies until 28th May.
Maximum class size: 36.
Email us at email@example.com
Please note that tickets are transferable but non-refundable.
A slower, more reflective type of journalism”
Jam-packed with information... a counterpoint to the speedy news feeds we've grown accustomed to”
A leisurely (and contrary) look backwards over the previous three months”
Quality, intelligence and inspiration: the trilogy that drives the makers of Delayed Gratification”
Refreshing... parries the rush of 24-hour news with 'slow journalism'”
A very cool magazine... It's like if Greenland Sharks made a newspaper”
Everyone should read this magazine”
Perhaps we could all get used to this Delayed idea...”