Turn your research into an illustration

Illustrations are wonderful. Research findings can lend themselves to this format, capturing the story of your work in a unique way. Using characters and narration, they can bring your research to life and instantly make an impact.

An illustration is for you if...

  • Your research has a human, relatable aspect to it
  • Your findings can be presented in a creative way
  • Your research has a unique story to tell

Use it to engage with end users, the general public, or partners on the ground.

Turn your research into an illustration

Use an illustration to tell the unique story of your research.

This is not a format that works for every research project. But when it does, it is truly special. Research findings can lend themselves to this format, capturing the story of your work in a unique way.

Using characters and narration, they can bring your research to life and instantly make an impact.

Illustrations are a fantastic way to tell a story. They take the reader through a journey, generating empathy with the characters embodying your research.

 

University: Bristol University
Topic: The effects of austerity in the UK
Audience: Local councils
2-page

Create an infographic from your research

Organisation: University of Leeds
Topic: UK newspaper coverage of cliemat adaptation stories
Audience: Media, the general public
1-page

Organisation: University of Leeds
Topic: Pastoralist populations and education
Audience: NGOs
2-page

Organisation: University of Sheffield
Topic: Data journeys – flows of data in an organisation
Audience: Data officers in organisations
2-page

Organisation: University of Sheffield
Topic: Patient  journeys
Audience: Patients, user groups, general public
1-page

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