New answers tagged information-graphics
With apparel, fit is about size and shape, (or cut.) Shape is more a characteristic of style, but I think you could use an icon that illustrates the size differences, (particularly with a tool called "VirtuSize".) I would consider something like this:
So this is obviously a long way from a real icon, but hopefully it shows you the idea: The idea being that you could share some kind of figure with some sort of article of clothing fitting over top of it.
I think representing the article of clothing as an indicator would work well. It's already what the user is shopping for, so I think it is clear that this would be used as a size indicator. You could express the right size for the user in 2 different ways. One idea would be to use as a badge with the right size displaying inside of the icon. The other way ...
I think that the logical, expected order of the three phones is not immediately apparent on first glance, and the explanatory text is necessary if you want to keep the current placement. Or you could move the shiny new phone down to the bottom to make for a more logical and easily recognized flow.
How do you first read this poster? how does it flow? The first thing I found was that its awkward and had to search for #1 then #2 and so on. IF you're going to have a numbered list the design needs to be reconsidered so that they go in a sequential order from top to bottom. Not 1 on top right, 2 on bottom middle, and 3 back at the top. Is the use ...
It looks very good. Everyone can clearly understand the service without the 3 step explanation. The cracked iPhone could look more like a shattered glass plate, rather than a textured surface. I don't like the copy (and the order of 3,1,2) because it is unnecessary. The logo on the fixed iPhone is gauche. That large logo on the iPhone makes me subconsciously ...
Are the fraction/whole number/decimal, etc... actually the same value but different types of numbers? If so, I'd group them together and have it dynamically shown on the graph. Having it on line graph also allows for multiple types of values easily viewed. Take inspiration from Facebook Pages' Analytic! Here's a quick wireframe I did up.
I would look into creating a chart with interactivity: If the side values of your chart are not going to change include a legend calling out the color of what each means. You could code the whole chart with <canvas> and use jQuery with some checkboxes so that someone can cycle on and off what is displayed.
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