Thursday, December 9, 2010

Visual Work Instruction For Saving Money at Home

Here is a map of home improvement tips and the associated savings in an easy to understand visual.  This can serve as a good example of the effectiveness of visuals for those office or factory processes you have.

Click for a larger version of "Budgeting: A Visual Guide to How Small Cutbacks Lead to Great Savings"

Budgeting-How Small Cutbacks Lead to Great Savings
Created by Infographic World
Personal Finances from Quicken

It is important to note five principles of effective visuals that I use:

1. Simple - Visuals should be concise and functional
2. Organized and compatible - Visuals should have a logical sequence and focus attention
3. Legible and readable - Visuals shoudl be readable to everyone
4. Appropriate graphics - Select graphic elements that enhance communication
5. Consistent - Information should be presented in a consistent and accurate manner

The infographic is a good example of the use of these five principles.  Do you use these elements in your visuals?  Why not?



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2 comments:

  1. Tim,

    This is an excellent example of visual management. It serves as a good example that anyone should be able to relate with. Thanks for sharing.

    chris

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  2. Amazing! I am very pleased to read that, so I will share this post with my friends.It is very much real and useful information.keep up the good work.we need more good statements.

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