Michaël Chassé got their new illustration or graphics by running a design contest:
Infographic for a national Research Program about organ donation
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Medical & Pharmaceutical
Research Program About Organ Donation in Canada.
What's your vision?
We'd like a Figure (style infographics) format 8,5x11 that describes a research program (see sketch). The lines/separations as they are on the sketch are optional, they only serve to suggest some separation. They could be represented by shades, etc, feel free to suggest something. We'd like the figure to look professional, attractive, easy to read, in colour. We'd like the various elements on the figure to represent a timeline from left to right, where things in the "Senior" column represents the future. Top to bottom represents the progression of a patient from injury to organ donation. The boxes in the middle represent different projet. We'd like to have some room to add a few words. The sketch represents some idea of what we'd like to be included. We'll be monitoring this account to help. Some refinement may be required during the finalization stage but selected fast-track because of a tight timeline (next Wednesday). Addendum: I realize that we are not clear by what is an infographic. Please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2m2Puww We want something clean to give an overview of our research program that includes some facts about organ donation that support our program.
Work has to be completed by Sept 24-25. Will require some online communication to ensure that the text in the figure is appropriate (may be hard to read in the sketch below, and will require more details) Infographic style (so you can adapt this figure if you wish). We want to show progression from: Donor identification -> Donor diagnosis -> Consent -> Donor management (left side). Middle are the different studies over time (bottom is a timeline) and the boxes in the middle represent the time the projects are ongoing. On the right side we'd like some sort of scale where on top you have the injury, then the patient progresses to death. After death, the body is maintained (donor management) until organ retrieval. In the bottom you have logos. Anything can be moved around if you think it looks better but the content should be there. There are some typos in the sketch... Sorry
$469 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Illustration or graphics starts at $469.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their illustration or graphics.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Michaël Chassé collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Amazing to deal with! Incredible designs with next level creativity and an exceptionally easy to work with. Riard was happy to take on any ideas and also to present ideas of his own. Couldn't be happier! I look forward to working together on many more projects together!
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