A great designer knows that to better communicate information, a nice looking design is not good enough. To achieve the delivery of the messages, it’s needed to develop visualization products that stick to basic principles.
Presentation and Data Designer Katya Kovalenko (@katyakovalenko) has a background in communication and advertising. Trough her work she focuses to help others to communicate clearly and more efficiently. Some of her clients include Telefónica, Nestlé, Indra, and several startups who have needed help in delivering their messages effectively.
Today Katya shares a complete guide on visual hierarchy principles to improve all your design projects. Learn about size and scale, color, differences and similarities for charts, readability and more.
To download this PDF guide, just click on the box below. You’ll find a .zip file on your Downloads folder.
This material will only be available until January 29th, 2021. If after that date you want to consult the material, you can do so by signing up for Katya’s course, Graphic Visualization: Telling Complex Stories through Simple Images, and learn the techniques to present information in a simple and compelling way through visuals and infographics.