Design a high impact infograph about the most absurd deaths
Win the battle against boring data. In this course, Francesco and Pablo will teach you the methodology to turn a handful of information into an infographic poster with a high level of molosity. You will design your own infographic about the most stupid deaths on the planet, from the choice of data to the final touches, and you will work with a relaxed and fun approach that you can apply in your future as an infographic of the XXI century.
What's included in this course?
How to develop an infographic molona and not die in the attempt. The experts of relaxcoco will provide you with the basic kit of tricks and tools to shine your project, finding out how to search for anti-bite data and how you can organize and transform them until you get an impressive infographic. You will work on the entire infographic workflow:
- The referents.
- Choice of information and data analysis.
- Sketch and structure of the grid. The secret of the perfect grid!
- Typography, geometric vector and chromatic range.
- Preparation of the material and final touches.
You will also learn tricks to organize and divide your work into small assumable tasks. And, as if that were not enough, you can laugh at death graphically.
What is this course project about?
Throughout this course you will carry out step by step a high impact infographic poster that allows you to graphically explain the essence of the evolution of the species: the Darwin Awards, with a Top 5 of the most stupid deaths on the planet.
Who is it for?
If yours is not the infographic it does not matter. In a few years you can regret not having taken advantage of it. So, get ready and you'll appreciate it. The course is open to all those whose motto in life is "Divide et impera", because only in this way can you get to live the infographic
You will need basic knowledge in Adobe tools (with a bit of Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator you're doing well, you do not have to cover too much either). And if you have worked with typography and visual hierarchy before, even better. If not, there is always a first time.
Materials: Only your computer and your coconut in command.
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Francesco Furno and Pablo Galeano - Relajaelcoco
Relaxingcoco is a graphic design studio where you can enjoy happiness and good vibes. Our work process would not exist without the amount of music we devour every day. It is a rational process, based on a concrete methodology but which makes joy the most important aspect of working life.
We were born freelance, hierarchies and having a boss has always given us hives because they cage creativity. We claim the graphic nomadism, travel with the coconut and for the coconut, and live intensely the design in all its facets, including parties. We work for national and international clients, of which we can not disclose names due to national security issues.
Domestika says: After some calls we have green light to reveal some names. Among its clients are Mini, BBC, Jot Down, Yorokobu, Mapping Residencies, Vueling or BBVA. They have taught at the IED of Madrid and Barcelona, the IE Business School, the University of Salamanca, Mr. Marcel School and Trazos.