Breakfast Bites North 7 July 2017
AQR Breakfast Bites Heads North! Taking place at Spectrum Leeds on 7 July 2017.
Infographics: How to craft killer content
"I'm sorry I've wrote you such a long letter, I didn't have time to write you a short one"
If infographics had been around, Braise Pascal would have been the biggest fan.
Do you find clients increasingly want stylishly designed, inspiring outputs? Do you want your work to live beyond your debrief? Can it sometimes feel hard to know where to start?
Breakfast bites is here to help
This session will teach you how to develop infographics that will give longevity to your brilliant work.
Despite starting early, this will be a fun, energetic and interactive session, with a short piece of homework to kick start your visual thinking.
It will be run by Rachel Cox, Research Director at Relish Research.
Rachel has 9 years qualitative research experience under her belt. During this time she has been lucky enough to have worked in some really creative environments, from media agency insights to brand consultancy. With a keen interest in semiotics and a passion for creating visually engaging work, she has been able to try and test various different ways to bring insights to life using visual frameworks and infographics (among other things).
Spaces are limited to 15, so make sure you sign up as soon as you can to avoid disappointment! (Please note - this also means we can only accept a maximum of 2 delegates per company).
As we believe this session will be very popular and places are limited to 15, AQR members have the chance to book first.
Cost: £30 + VAT = £36
Book quickly online with the link below
Bookings will open for non members on Wednesday 21 June if places are still available.
Cost: £50 + VAT = £60
7 July 2017
9.30am to 11.30am
43 Park Place
Leeds LS1 2RY
Map of location:
StreetMap of LS1 2RY
£50+VAT (Book Online)
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How to boss a briefing
AQR's first Breakfast Bites kicked off in style, acting not just as a reminder of best practice, but also highlighting some important behavioural tips and techniques.
Visualising running barriers
The successful Breakfast Bites series this time focused on creating infographics. The first message: try staying away from PowerPoint and get creative on paper.