Design | Tier10lab
If content is king, visuals are his “ride or die.”
When you have a lot of information to give, infographics are the ideal tool that can help you transform massive amounts of information into easily digestible chunks. What’s not so easy? Creating the infographic.
Visual marketing can do great things for a company, but nailing down infographic best practices can provide a tool that’s unstoppable. These graphics combine aesthetics and information, and when it comes to shareability, it’s difficult to imagine two more important factors. By utilizing these tips to perfect their infographic game, marketers will see huge results over time.
Marketers have many promotional tools at their fingertips, but the known benefits of infographics have proven the informative visuals to be woefully underutilized. While their use in scientific circles goes back to at least 1626, it was the internet and a need to advertise in an educational manner that took them mainstream. This use will only continue to grow as business professionals recognize the benefits.
Tier10 was named a winner in the Hermes Creative Awards 2018 for its outstanding video creative. The full-service advertising agency received five awards for its “2017 Agency Reel,” and for TV ads produced under the “Life Is Better” campaign for the Northwest and Northern Ohio Honda Dealers.
Tier10 was named a winner in the 2017 Muse Creative Awards for the second consecutive year. For 2017, Tier10 received one Platinum Muse Award for “The Acura NSX in New York City” and one Gold Muse Award for “Legacy”. With over 1,500 submissions from 35 countries worldwide, Tier10’s recognition with two awards is considered a great honor.
Ugh, millennials. What with their “Playboxes” and “X-Stations.” They’re always on the “Snapbook” or “InstaFace” these days, and now they’re chasing “Pokeman” through my yard and trampling my azalea bushes! Now they’ve got these boxes on their face and keep raving about this “virtual reality” nonsense where they’re fighting dragons and saving princesses. Well let me tell you something sonny; back in my day, we were fighting Charlie over in Europe, and the only saving we did was our own rear ends from explosions! What kind of world do we live in where you need a “virtual” reality?
It’s a crisp, fall afternoon, and you’re being driven through the city by your new autonomous car. As you marvel at how far technology has come, a group of children becomes detached from their tour group and crosses the road. In a stroke of bad luck, it seems that your car’s brake system has malfunctioned! You’d swerve out of the way, but a large dump truck is occupying the other lane, and a collision into said object will spell certain death for you and your fiancé in the passenger seat (did I mention she’s pregnant?) You’re now faced with a decision: do you save you and your loved, or the children who are (illegally, I might add,) crossing the street?