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Session Description

Illustrations and infographics bring digital stories to life. They can illuminate complex concepts, engage the imagination, and connect your audience to ideas and characters. When should you employ illustrations and infographics? When and how should you produce interactive elements? And what accessibility issues does the use of illustrations and infographic raise? Join us for this webinar to learn more.

What You’ll Learn

• Principles for the use of illustrations and infographics within digital stories
• Tools for creating interactive elements
• Strategies for maximizing the use of these assets
• Best practices for ensuring accessibility compliance

Who Should Attend

• Visual and user experience designers
• Brand managers, writers, social media strategists, and editors

Nitty Gritty Details

• When: Wednesday, Aug. 24, at 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT
• This webinar will last approximately 45 minutes + 15 minutes for Q&A.
• Cost is free, registration is required.
• When you register, you’ll receive a login code that is unique to you and can be used only once. If you choose to project the webinar to a room full of eager colleagues, all the better! In fact, we hope you do.

This webinar will be recorded and each registrant will receive unlimited access to the slide deck and session recording.

Can’t make the live webinar? We still encourage you to sign up to ensure that you receive timely access to the recording and slide deck.

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Meet the Presenters

Voltaire Santos Miran — co-founder, CEO, and senior strategist — has more than two decades of experience in fundraising, marketing, and communications strategy for nonprofits. He was the lead strategist for the University at Buffalo’s mental models project and is currently working with Heartland Community College on a persona-driven personalization initiative.

 

Ben Bilow is an art director and graphic designer with 15 years of professional experience. His design work is defined by a creative spirit and storytelling — as art director at Columbia College Chicago, he oversaw graphic design projects produced by the in-house design studio. His work encompassed strategic planning, design, and production for print, web, and environments, and he created and managed brand standards collegewide. Ben’s design work at Columbia College won 16 awards from Graphic Design USA and two CASE gold medals.

Mallory Wood

AUTHOR - Mallory Wood

I ride the line between ESTJ and ISTJ. What does that mean for mStoner, besides entertaining colleagues with my wit and charm? I'm a problem-solver and enjoy working through our potential client's challenges to identify solutions and how a partnership with mStoner will bring value. Find me on

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