Simple graphics sometimes work better than highly-produced interactives when it comes to explaining a complicated process. The Wall Street Journal accompanied a story about kidney transplants with a series of four illustrations that walk users through the problems people often face when looking for a compatible donor. Using stick figures, arrows and very little text, the graphics clearly explain how “paired donations” can increase the number of successful transplants. Nice work.
Posted on October 16, 2007 by Deborah Potter