Exeter, New Hampshire firm Creative Co-op called Tablet to create artwork for their client Pepco. Variations of these illustrations were used in print and animated in video to help explain the process by which power is restored after an outage. Click here to see some of the artwork. Here is a video which contains an animated version at around 1:20. Here is a video where the Pepco Communications Director uses a static version to explain the process.
When I first moved to Wisconsin in 1996, I wasn't prepared for the harsh winters that would follow. That first year I must have slipped and fallen at least 5 times. It only took me about three years to figure it out. Check out this set of instructions in case you find yourself dealing with icy conditions. Instructions and "how-to" illustrations are a Tablet specialty. Please call or email if you need a process illustrated.
Minneapolis clean energy advocates, Fresh Energy asked Tablet to contribute to their quarterly newsletter. We created an infographic that depicts the U.S. energy system in terms of what is created, what is used, and what is wasted. Evidently, a lot of energy is wasted and there is room for major improvement in efficiencies. This infographic is the first fruit of what I hope will be a long and happy relationship between Tablet and Fresh Energy. Look for more collaborations between us in the future. Click here to check it out.
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Tablet was recently included in How To Land A Jumbo Jet: A Visual Exploration of Travel Facts, Figures and Ephemera. It's a nice little book of travel-related infographics edited by Nigel Holmes and put out by Lonely Planet. At the time, I was interested in Lewis and Clark and their journey to discover the northwest passage. My entry details some of the hardships of that ordeal and contrasts those hardships with some of today's "first-world" problems. Click here to see the graphic.
Pitch Interactive hired Tablet to create artwork and infographics for an interactive web module for their client, GE. The idea was to demonstrate the benefits of GE's new combined cycle power plant offering in a way that the lay-person could understand and appreciate. I did all of the artwork and infographics here (accept the icons) and Pitch art directed, created the UI, and did the programming. Click here to see some screen shots. Click here to see the actual piece.
Recently, I was contacted to create a set of instructions for an existing laminating machine. Turns out, the instructions that were originally created were insufficient and people were misloading the machine and causing it to jam. These illustrations were made into a sticker that attached to the paper loading tray. Click here to see the images.
Loblaw is a company that owns several chains of very popular grocery stores in Canada. They donate proceeds from a 5 cent charge for plastic bags to the World Wildlife Fund which uses the money to fund several green initiatives across the country. The WWF wanted to say thanks to Loblaw with an infographic that will run in Today's Parent. Tablet created this infographic to demonstrate how small actions can add up to big changes. Click here to see the infographic. Click here to see the flash version they put up on their Web site.
Recently, Tablet was asked by Crunch Brand Communications in Charlestown, MA to help with an infographic for Aceso. Aceso's UpCare is a streamlined, cost-saving technology solution that helps hospitals comply with Meaningful Use by engaging patients and families in their own care. UpCare delivers condition-specific educational content, top entertainment and patient assistance, all at the bedside. It was my job to visualize it's benefits in a way that was friendly and engaging. Click here to see the infographic.