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A CLEVER LESSON TO PRACTICE THINKING VISUALLY
In Caffeine We Trust: A Print to Track Your Consumption

What better companion in the cold winter months than a nice warm cup-a-joe? That black liquid warms us up, energizes and seems to even sweep the clouds away. For those of us who make it a daily ritual this new poster will be quite a tasty treat: created by Column Five, the print features three of the main staples that keep the company ticking: data, design and caffeine. The attractive black and white print is ‘interactive’, allowing you to track your coffee consumption and preferences over a month… coloring in the coffee themed data with some good old dark roast.

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AOF FEATURED IN STEP INSIDE DESIGN
DESIGN DETECTIVES:
SLEUTHING SKILLS TAKE GRAPHIC PROBLEM SOLVING TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL

It takes a special mind-set to wrangle complex processes and information into infographics and animations understandable to the layperson. In fact, this graphic speciality can be rewarding, challenging and satisfying. Just ask Stacey Manela, founder of Art of Facts, a legal-services design company whose work is highly regarded by lawyers seeking the most powerful ways to present cases at trial.

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NYLS Visual Persuasion Project

NYLS Visual PersuasionIn 2004, Professor Richard K. Sherwin of New York Law School set out to promote a better understanding of the practice of law today by studying the impact of visuals and multimedia on litigation. After authoring the book, When Law Goes Pop: The Vanishing Line Between Law and Pop Culture, he founded The Visual Persuasion Project. He contends:

“Lawyers are coming to realize that in order to be successful they must understand the tools at their (and their adversaries’) disposal, especially the visual and multimedia tools that digital technologies make available.”

NYLS Visual PersuasionArt of Facts was invited to participate as a part of Professor’s Sherwin’s nationwide search for the best providers of visual and multimedia tools for the courtroom.

When the Visual Persuasion Project site launched in January 2006, Art of Facts was named by Professor Sherwin as one of nine “top-flight visual litigation service providers” in the country, and holds a featured portfolio page on the site.

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Presentation Strategy

Trial Graphics

Timelines

In-Trial Support
(Trial Director + Sanction)

Video Production

Interactive Exhibits

Graphic + Web Design

Illustration

Animation

Scaled + Life-sized Models