Discrete Learning Objects
I'm currently producing a series of physical and digital instructional aids for the Applied Research Center, a firm specializing in hydrogen and ceramic technologies.
The Center wants discrete, easy-to-read instructional aids for pitching their technologies to corporate and government stakeholders.
The PWHGM infographic poster shown here showcases one of their ceramic technologies, hollow glass microspheres, as a tool for biomedical and fuel industries.
Future assets will include a series of short videos and interactives.
Instructional Designer: I collaborated with research scientists at the Center to make highly technical concepts accessible to a general audience.
Graphic Designer: This is an instance in which instructional and graphic design are tightly. Impact was the top priority: conveying the most amount of information as simply, and visually, as possible.