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5 Pills That Can Kill You

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Designed By: HarborVillageFlorida.com

Reason: To Create More Awareness Around Opiate Addiction

Prescription drug abuse has become a rampant epidemic across the United States, causing a massive increase in overdose death rates. Misconceptions concerning the safety of prescription drug abuse have only served to promote the public health and safety crisis. Powerful opioid pain medications are the leading contributor to the overdoses; these 5 dangerous prescription medications can be lethal if misused or abused.

Designed By: HarborVillageFlorida.com Reason: To Create More Awareness Around Opiate Addiction Prescription drug abuse has become a rampant epidemic across the United States, causing a massive increase in overdose death rates. Misconceptions concerning the safety of prescription drug abuse have only served to promote the public health and safety crisis. Powerful opioid pain medications are the leading contributor to the overdoses; these 5 dangerous prescription medications can be lethal if misused or abused.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 60%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 65%
Usability - 70%

65%

Final Grade

This infographic brings awareness to five prescription drugs in pill form that can lead to fatalities. The copy throughout (aside from some proofing issues) is concise, which is helps keep the reader’s attention. This infographic would benefit from a brief intro for clarity on scope, as “pills” is such a broad topic, and this is focused more on drug abuse with prescription medication. While the use of icons is nice for the design, the drug labels look out of place and the overall visual communication attempts fall flat. Overall, we’d give this a D.

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