Over the last decade we’ve been fortunate to develop multi-award winning work. Even more important to us however are our long-term relationships with our clients, partners and specialists which help us deliver on our Data for Everyone® mission.
From the beginning, our Founder & CEO Richard Silvester has been the strategic advisor to the expert teams around him while driving infogr8 towards meeting its mission. As a natural complement to this, he also takes an active seat on the board of directors at the Data Visualization Society.
“Data can be overwhelming – which is why our approach is all about democratising it,” says Richard. “We’re noticing briefs becoming ever more purpose-centred, with organisations realising the huge need to share genuine and accessibly-presented evidence of their progress towards goals. This is really motivating for our teams, and also a key driver of growth for our partners and future clients as we emerge from COVID-19”.
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In the deadline-driven world of infographics, Infogr8 has a unique ability to step back and view a story differently, thus enabling an original picture to emerge that can tell a story more effectively.
I can vouch for their work - it's transforming how we think about telling a story inside Spotify.
Collectively and individually infogr8 have brought a wealth of knowledge about how we interpret and showcase the rich data we have in interesting & innovative ways, enabling us to communicate with our user base in a much deeper way. They are clearly very passionate about the service they provide and this is demonstrated in the level of detail provided in proposals & throughout campaigns, often delivering above & beyond the brief requirements.
It looks phenomenal. We did some last minute training this morning for those who will be staffing the booth. While demo-ing, I occasionally looked up from the screen to the audience. I kept seeing nodding, smiling faces. That never happens to me when I speak in public.
And I certainly never see expressions of “wow, that is cool”. Which I kept seeing.