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An infographic explaining eight key issues about digital magazine editions in the UK

Magvault.com infographic on digital magazines

We’ve been working for the last month or so with Magvault.com, the UK’s first (and so far, only) independent portal for digital magazines. Our content strategy has been multichannel, addressing the different issues that face the many users of digital magazines. That includes white papers for the commercial interests, press releases and PR decks for the journalists and this neat infographic for the online media. Channeling your data in a new way like this doesn’t change the message, but affects the outcome of your strategy. A fragmented readership can be an advantage in many ways, giving you a good opportunity to write for specific markets one at a time. Enjoy the infographic – you might even be one of the 24% of Britons reading it on a tablet…

Infographic design and structure

Infographic about stock market behavior

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modern Copy loves infographics. These deceptively simple devices manage to communicate a lot of complicated information. When you dissect one, you start to see the patterns emerge beneath. Good infographics always have a narrative. They tell a story, with an intro, beginning, middle and end. Sometimes, even a smart sign-off. They relate technical data in a way that only demands a few seconds of your time. They can be dipped into, or consumed as one, like a good magazine feature. The trend for the long, scrolling infographic like this one about stocks also demands that you physically engage with the graphic by moving up and down with your cursor.

This particular infographic explains how stock market investors are ruled by five psychological traits. These are often counterproductive, illogical and self-destructive. It’s a powerful message that affects everyone, and this infographic explains the horrifying fact that our economies are influenced by some very strange buying and selling indeed. It does it with solid facts and a sprinkling of humour, and of course a great story.