Project storyboard

One of the mandatory requirements of this project is a story/information board to explain the what why and how of the project. Instead of just having something informative but separate, I’ve thought about placing it on the reverse side of the visualisation posters. This way there’s a little project information included with each piece so viewers can understand what’s going on.

The info poster below is a larger view of what was included in the supplement prototype packaging that I posted yesterday.

For each piece printed, the preview image of the storyboard (this one being the Thursday visualisation) would be the preview to what’s printed on the opposite side of the page, thereby allowing the poster to be hung either side for a more informative view, or a more visual view.

2 Comments

  1. Comment Details
    Authored by sarah thelwall
    Posted December 1, 2008 at 3:00 pm | Comment Permalink

    Hi,

    i’m in search of folks with an interest in visualising data … as MyCake (my start up, delivers online book-keeping and benchmarking for creative entrepreneurs) needs to find ways to visualise financial information in a way that interprets it usefully to help entrepreneurs improve their financial management.

    care for a chat? sarah

  2. Comment Details
    Posted January 8, 2009 at 2:19 pm | Comment Permalink

    i saw your prototype packaging that you’ve posted yesterday.. everything is clera from the boards.. it’s really interesting and amazing.. thanx well done!!

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