How to know a quality wristwatch
The secret about wristwatch is that it’s all personal. What might be good and of great value to me might not be for you. But then, how exactly do you get to know a quality watch from the ones that are of lesser quality? Let’s see the secret below. Infographics source
Visual Communication - 40%
Design - 35%
Content/Script - 40%
Usability - 50%
This infographic lists 5 factors to consider when evaluating the quality of a wristwatch, including its materials, movement, features, and brand. The text of the infographic is relevant to this main subject, but information is arranged in full sentences and paragraphs, when shorter bulleted phrases would be more efficient. Grammatical errors and inconsistencies in punctuation also distract from the information being presented. The icons that accompany each section are all generic variations on a wristwatch or clock face, and don't illustrate anything that specifically relates to each section. The icons are very simple and lacking in polish, with strokes overlapping when they ought not to. A monochromatic color palette lends some cohesion to the design, although one icon uses black, grey, and white, which are not present elsewhere in the design. This infographic could benefit from more visual specificity and finesse, and although the text is relevant, it needs to be proofed for errors and restructured to increase readability. We'd give this an F.