- — Cecilia Liszka (@CeciliaLiszka)Tue, Feb 14 2017 21:19:36
- — infohackit (@infohackit)Tue, Feb 14 2017 21:19:13The team argues that each section is compelling and readable and so users won't feel overburdened when engaging with complex information
- — infohackit (@infohackit)Tue, Feb 14 2017 21:18:09Question for Bad Shrimp: is there a danger that the infographic is "preaching to the converted"? How impactful might it be? #infohackit
- — infohackit (@infohackit)Tue, Feb 14 2017 21:02:54The Crabsters have been asked about how the teamwork went. They succeeded by distributing roles and working through the text #infohackit
env.infohackit @Norwich 14/02/2017
It's the last of 5 env.infohackit events, back where it all started in Norwich. Join us as our teams of creatives and scientists work together to create compelling infographics conveying scientific research.