Infographic: Nurture Your Furniture

Feb 27, 2014 by     No Comments    Posted under: Home
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This infographic was submitted to us by Williams Ski & Patio.

It serves as a great guide for anyone unsure how to preserve their patio furniture! Clear “Do” and “Don’t” sections definitely help organize care instructions.

It would be great to see illustrations for both the “Do” and “Don’t” for every material. It looks like it alternates, but that means we miss out on some great illustrations for each care instruction. Especially since there is no hard data (numbers, percentages) to visualize, we need more graphic elements to reduce the reliance on text — infographics should primarily tell their stories with images instead of words.

I’d also recommend a brief intro and conclusion just to set up the purpose of the guide and tie up what’s been learned (or draw viewers back to the company’s site, if it’s been shared elsewhere).

Additionally, the text in the sources is so small that it can’t be read; if anyone wanted to look up some of those sites for information, they wouldn’t be able to make out the URLs unless they zoomed in considerably — all text should be legible at the infographic’s full size.

In all I’d give this infographic a C, since it’s making a start in having the visuals tell the story but it isn’t quite there yet.



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