Sometimes nurses can’t say exactly what they’re thinking. But there are things they need patients to understand. This infographic from King University reveals what your nurse really wants you to know.
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 90%
Design - 95%
Content/Script - 95%
Usability - 90%
This infographic submission shares 10 things nurses wish that patients knew. Using a numbered list is a popular approach for infographics, which is a sort of variation of the popular listicle trend. One thing to consider is the number. Oftentimes, 10 implies a sort of hierarchy, like "top 10," even if it's not labeled that way. It's a small thing, but using 9 or 11 makes things clearer for the reader. The list is very easy to follow with its numbers and slight variations in design. This infographic staggers its numbers from left to right, and while that's not necessarily a flaw, it's usually not necessary. The illustration on the infographic is consistent, from the color palette to the iconography to the character illustrations. The copy is concise, relying on bulleted text throughout. Overall, we give this an A.