The word Infographic is one that is now seen and heard of constantly throughout the web. It could be seen as a ‘hot internet trend’ by some, but there is no denying an infographic or data visualisation’s value in regards to consuming information online. To prove this, we decided to give you the facts on infographics… and what better way to show them than in an infographic?
Over the last few months here at Kino we have been going through the long and sometimes challenging process of going through a full rebrand and site redesign. It’s never an easy task for any company, but it is probably even harder for a creative and digital company. With so much other work for clients that always takes priority, going through a brand change can seemingly take forever, and with so many creative minds and ideas floating around the office you never quite know if everyone will be able to reach a decision and be satisfied with the end result… but we’ve done it! And I’m here to talk about it.
Emma is a new designer at Kino, and a very good one at that. Emma specialises in front end web design and coding, and has recently been involved in projects which have seen her design up logos, visual brand frameworks, fully responsive websites, Powerpoint documents, infographics (also responsive) and whitepapers. Over the last few months Emma has worked with Network Sundays, Criteo, and Phoenix Datacom.