info graphics are neat – let’s make some

Tomorrow on WebJunction, we’re hosting John Emerson, an info-graphics professional from backspace.com, to talk about how the library field can get smarter about communicating what we know about our libraries, their services, and their impacts on individuals, families, and communities. More specifically, we’re talking about how to use data visualization for advocacy. We’re going to take a look at a few info graphics that are in development, and do some on the fly designing of some new graphics based on existing communications examples. I highly recommend this to anyone who’s interested in design, communications, and using them effectively to advocate for your library.