Managing physical work in technical industries gets exponentially more complicated with the number of assets and people working at your office or plant floor. This is especially true for maintenance departments. This is why many of them are starting to use computerized work orders to manage all of their work.
Visual Communication - 70%
Design - 75%
Content - 70%
Usability - 65%
This infographic explains the purpose and contents of a work order as well as the process of creating and completing one. The industrial feel to the color scheme and elements of the layout helps emphasize the statement that these are commonly used in the maintenance industry. That being said, the visual weight of the contents of the design could use some work. The main body text is very small even at full size. While negative space is a great thing, using more of the space to increase the text size would be a strong decision. The width of the infographic could be increased to accommodate this too. In addition, many of the icons are pretty small, reducing the impact of the visual communication being used. And while the first couple of sections somewhat serve as an introduction to work orders, the viewer doesn't expect the infographic to end after the process section. There should be a concluding statement about where to learn more or what to do next. In all we'd give this a C.