This infographic was created by staff at the Research Medical Library at MD Anderson Cancer Center to demonstrate the library’s role in assisting faculty to publish their research. Infographics have to tell a story, and working out the narrative was certainly the hardest part of creating this. If you would like the Publisher format of this document, contact April Aultman Becker.
Last one of these web slider graphics, I promise! It was difficult to graphically represent our library’s new blog, so I went with a screenshot with a WordPress logo overlay. A little boring, but I think it gets the job done! For the Photoshop file, email Veronica Arellano Douglas.
This is another one of my feature slide creations for my library’s homepage. The backdrop is just a screenshot of one of our library’s more attractive Pinterest boards, with a semi-opaque layer above it for some contrast. Although there’s no exact match for the Pinterest logo font, Pacifico is a decent runner-up. For the Photoshop file, email Veronica Arellano Douglas.
My library’s homepage has an announcement slider where we can feature new services, displays, or collections in our library. Each slide is up for about 6 seconds, so visual impact is important! This is part of a series of slides I created to advertise our presence on our different social media sites. For the Photoshop file of this slide, email Veronica Arellano Douglas.