I don’t know about you, but I can never seem to remember how many cups are in a quart, or a pint. I’ll go to the store knowing that I need 2 cups of heavy cream only to realize when I’m there that the carton doesn’t list ounces. After having had this problem so many times I decided to quickly make this infographic. You do need to know that there are 8 ounces in a cup to use it.
This is a book cover that I designed for a book coming out in 2015. They decided to go another way so I can show it here, but I still really like it.
I created this earlier this week for a girls camp. Its more colors than I would usually use for something like that, but they wanted it and liked it, so its all good. I know its been a while since my last post. I’ve been working as a marketing inter and just haven’t had the time. I will strive to do better.
A resume infographic may not be for everyone. It is more appropriate for some career fields than others. That being said, they are great! They are especially useful for those who have just graduated and don’t have much to any work experience. It is a good way to highlight what you’re good at, while down playing your lack of experience. If nothing else they are a lot more fun to look at than a regular resume.
Here is a personal infographic I created. The thing about personal infographics is that the style and layout need to reflect the person. So while this may not work for some or be ideal, its just perfect for others.
I have a geek side and here it is coming out. I like science. Its fascinating and a lot of fun. Experiments? Yes please. So this is an infographic I created on what all in needed in order for a planet to be habitable. Enjoy!
I have been learning and playing around with color a lot lately and have seen some really bad inforgraphics on colors and what they mean. Here is what I came up with.