"All primal thinking stems from mental Images ..."

 

Arthur Schopenhauer

     

 

Infographics

complete such publications as articles or books

 

Popular prints were invented around 1400 because of the growing demand for devotional images. They were sold in monasteries and on pilgrimage sites in order to let belivers share the magic of those "archetypes" (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grafik).

Those were the first infographics.

 

Today you will hardly find a textbook or articles without illustrations and every publishing house has ist own standards.

 

We create infographics using MS Graph, Excel, Think Cell or Sankey in accordance with your publishing houses's requirements, fitting the print space of your article or newsletter.

 

If you wish we can also see to the remaining formatting tasks for very often publishing houses do have very particular ideas when it comes to the format in which articles or books sould be handed in