Making Internal Charts Fun


11 Responses

  1. Tim Quirino Tim Quirino

    I wanted to design a fun way to show our new process for migrating some artwork for the first part of this year.

    The circles represent the amount of days spent in each phase, and highlight which team is involved. It's fun to see where the overlaps are in the process, and which items can be executed with a more agile approach.

    over 2 years ago

  2. Alan O'Connor Alan O'Connor

    Nice I really like the idea and the creative.

    over 2 years ago

  3. Michael Leland Johnson Michael Leland Johnson

    Is copy not creative? :)


    over 2 years ago

  4. Tim Quirino Tim Quirino

    Haha, I'm just using the terms we have for our different teams - QVC is old fashioned in that way, but we're definitely pushing to align things with more modern sensibilities!

    over 2 years ago

  5. Igor Leygerman ◎ Igor Leygerman ◎

    Love this piece! Great color choices!


    over 2 years ago

  6. Julia Fiorello Julia Fiorello

    Love it, Tim! How did you translate the data, and know how much to overlap each circle? Can Illustrator do more than I think it can?!

    over 2 years ago

  7. Tim Quirino Tim Quirino

    @Julia Thanks! In order to figure out how each circle is sized, I just placed an arbitrary grid in the background, representative of each day in a 15 day cycle.

    The circles represent how much time (in days) each team's task is given, and the overlap just occurs naturally to visualize the handoff that takes place.

    Where the circles are positioned along the Y-axis is simply a matter of personal preference and whether or not it felt right

    over 2 years ago

  8. Julien Donck Julien Donck

    This is beautiful. Perfect balance, fonts, colors, ...
    Great work

    over 2 years ago

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    over 2 years ago

  10. Kelley Toombs Kelley Toombs

    LOVE this!

    almost 2 years ago

  11. TemplateMonster TemplateMonster

    These semi-transparent dots are excellent.

    10 months ago

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