MICA GD 200.01
Thursday 9am-3pm, Brown 305
Instructor: Ryan Clifford,
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Thursday, November 11

Infographic Color Variation

The first is the information page and I have 3 different variations for the infographic.


  1. For your color options, I'm most drawn to the 2nd one because its darker background really makes your graphics pop. Be careful about having your 10 fl. oz. generic mug the same brown as the calories' shade of brown. A solution could be to remove the shape behind the mug icons and just feature the mug icons in that light yellowish cream color.

  2. As I said in class, I think the second option is definitely the strongest for color. There is good contrast, and it works well with your color choices for your information parcels.

    For your categories, i think you should use "iced coffee" instead of "ice coffee".

    How can you implement color into your icons on the other sided of the piece? Should you use it to differentiate the pictogram categories as well?

    Good job on this so far.


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