From the initial contact to the final outstanding piece of visual content, this case study shows how it all works, guides you through the stages of production, and reveals the process of creating infographic material.
THE INPUT – WHAT THE CLIENT WANTS
Our client was a beauty science startup, working on updating their website and needing assistance to help customers understand their value. Their input was rather general, yet specific enough – they wanted to visualize the info about their acne treatment products in comparison to their competitors. However, instead of talking about product benefits, they wanted to emphasize the good feelings and relief people experience after using the products.
There were two possible concepts around which we could build an infographic. Namely, we could create the layout around the products, which is OK if the goal were to communicate that content with page visitors, but such a concept would lack any viral potential. Instead, we suggested building an interesting narrative around the emotions that come from using the products, in combination with some amusing facts and features.
BRING IN THE STORY
So, we created Jessica, an 18-year old track star with an acne problem. Using the approach of visual storytelling, we structured a plot in which the targeted audience would identify emotionally with Jessica and the difficulties she experiences. At the same time, the stages of her race became the phases in her acne treatment that lead her to glory.
This infographic was created for NerdSkin Care.