“How Can I Strengthen My Immune System?”Learn how I created the character for this course, and imagined Dave becoming an immune system “hero”!
Creating the visuals for a Lifeology course isn’t always a linear process. Here’s a behind the scenes look at my “How Does Cancer Grow?” course.
Crossposted at Lifeology.io Last week, I got a panicked text from a friend who has an autoimmune disorder and is increasingly worried about the novel coronavirus. They had received a package several days earlier and put it under the bed. Now, they were worried that the virus could grow off of the box and spread….
A PhD geologist and entrepreneur shares her story about how data inspires her to create unique science fashion pieces.
Science videos add an interactive and visually stimulating angle to science communication. Let’s discuss how motion (and sound) can help improve scicomm!
Several years ago, I switched from Photoshop to Adobe Illustrator. If something isn’t working for you, perhaps a change of perspective is what you need.
Two basic skills are needed to make infographics: simplifying science and artistic skills. In this post, we talk about how to get started on each.
Science art has the power to improve science, yet you haven’t yet hired an artist? The solution isn’t as complicated as you’d think.
For most projects there’s a need to go beyond the obvious. This means we have to break free of common ideas and think outside the box.
I wanted to share how I got into SciArt, some underappreciated artists, and why SciArt is an important part of science and science in general.
Don’t be literal. Use metaphors to get your message across. But don’t make these common mistakes with your metaphors…
People often tell me they’re intimidated by Illustrator’s interface. So many buttons & options! In this post, I break it down to ease your mind about the interface.