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This infographic was submitted to us by Sinnamon Lawyers, who also provided this description:
In this infographic, you will learn some tips to help you drive more defensively on the road. Although defensive driving cannot always prevent a crash, it can certainly decrease the likelihood of one. If you need help following an accident, contact Sinnamon Lawyers on 1800 007 277 or visit http://www.sinnamonlawyers.com.au/ to seek legal advice or arrange an obligation free appointment.
The infographic provides some good tips for how to avoid accidents using defensive driving techniques. The information is useful and serves as a good guide, but the text seems to be doing most of the work — in a good infographic, text should be kept minimal and broken up into bullet points or other very short sections. It should also serve as a compliment to the illustrations, rather than the other way around.
The bolded body copy also makes the text appear bulkier, which isn’t helping matters when the text is already in paragraph form. It’s nice to see a text hierarchy, though, so that it’s clear what each section header is and what text corresponds with it.
In all I’d give this infographic a C, because the text is telling more of the story than the illustrations (though they are helping somewhat). Shifting the focus to the illustrations is a great way to improve a bulky infographic.0