Financial Advisor Infographic – Presenting Information Visually

Infographic, Presenting Information Visually

We all assimilate information in different ways and to varying degrees of success. Some learn best through reading, some by listening, but all of us tend to absorb information better – especially complex ideas such as financial planning or wealth management process – when the information is presented visually using an infographic. Of course, visual stimulus can be visceral, such as a Jackson Pollock painting or a drawing by Pablo Picasso. But when information needs to be relayed in a way so as to educate, a balance between function and aesthetics must be struck. This balance allows the intellect to digest what is being presented with both the right and left sides of the brain, ensuring a connection between the viewer and the author.

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  1. […] well as providing visual uniqueness in an industry often considered staid and conventional. And the infographic served to define and describe his unique process in working with clients. As my client said to me […]

  2. […] – when explaining complicated concepts, do so with an illustration or infographic. Pictures are far more effective at delivering an idea than are […]