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What your First Aid Kit should contain

What Your First Aid Kit Should Contain

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First aid kit can be required any time. So what should it contain? Below infographic from vi-tae.com has listed out all the essentials required and should be in stock.

This infographic contains some helpful information about what items are helpful to include in a first aid kit. Unfortunately, this infographic lacks a strong organizational system. The icons and text float around the page, and it’s hard to tell which icon goes with each label and description. There is plenty of illustration utilized and without the text it would be easy to tell what the infographic is about, which is a great quality in an infographic — but each icon is done in a different style, and one actually seems to be a photo. This lack of cohesion in the style actually makes the overall piece seem more disorganized.

Moving on to palette, the colors used seem a little random and don’t reinforce the subject matter or tone of the infographic; a soft green and yellow don’t intuitively say “first aid kit” to the viewer. One suggestion would be to utilize white and red as main colors, as they are widely associated with medical services and first aid.

The small descriptions are a nice addition as they clarify what each item is used form, but the content itself is awkwardly written and doesn’t present the information clearly. It would also be beneficial to add some sources for the information (for instance, it may not be commonly known that epsom salts are useful for drawing out infections — where did this information come from?).

In all I’d give this infographic an F. It’s great that you can glance at it and immediately glean “first aid kit” as the subject, but from a design and content standpoint this could use some more polish.

Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via Vi-tae.com View Other Infographics This infographic was submitted to us by vi-tae.com! They also provided a brief description: First aid kit can be required any time. So what should it contain? Below infographic from vi-tae.com has listed out all the essentials required and should be in stock. This infographic contains some helpful information about what items are helpful to include in a first aid kit. Unfortunately, this infographic lacks a strong organizational system. The icons and text float around the page, and it’s hard to tell which icon goes with each label and description. There is plenty of illustration utilized and without the text it would be easy to tell what the infographic is about, which is a great quality in an infographic — but each icon is done in a different style, and one actually seems to be a photo. This lack of cohesion in the style actually makes the overall piece seem more disorganized. Moving on to palette, the colors used seem a little random and don’t reinforce the subject matter or tone of the infographic; a soft green and yellow don't intuitively say "first aid kit" to the viewer. One suggestion would be to utilize white and red as main colors, as they are widely associated with medical services and first aid. The small descriptions are a nice addition as they clarify what each item is used form, but the content itself is awkwardly written and doesn’t present the information clearly. It would also be beneficial to add some sources for the information (for instance, it may not be commonly known that epsom salts are useful for drawing out infections — where did this information come from?). In all I'd give this infographic an F. It's great that you can glance at it and immediately glean "first aid kit" as the subject, but from a design and content standpoint this could use some more polish.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 40%
Design - 20%
Content/Script - 35%
Usability - 35%

33%

Final Grade

While a first glance yields a pretty good guess that the subject is related to medical needs, and specifically first aid kits, the content and design could use quite a bit of work to get this up to par. It gets an F for the time being, needing a lot more work in the departments of copy, layout, and design decisions.

User Rating: 2.75 ( 2 votes)
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