Infographics are not just pretty pictures. The good ones, that is. They are new and innovative ways of presenting information in an increasingly visual and results orientated world. We call it “innovisualisation”. Here’s why your data needs it now.
Inside | Thomas Scalway
He’s a consultant, specialising in strategy and evaluation for public health. For more than 15 years, he’s worked with governments and UN organisations on how to use data strategically to shape or evaluate what they do. Now he has an agency called Lushomo, which finds creative ways to present and share strategic information, mainly through infographics. Lushomo means “courage” in Tonga. It’s also the name of Thomas’ boat.