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Why we should reflect a diverse workforce with inclusive imagery

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Illustrated silhouette in generic pastel colours featuring a diverse group of 10 adults. The silhouettes suggest a range of characteristics including race, religion, gender, and disability (woman with guide dog and mobility stick, woman with afro-textured hair, woman wearing headscarf or hijab, man in business suit, man with beard in uniform, person with walking stick, man in uniform with glasses, man wearing turban, person in wheelchair, woman in smart-casual workwear

In modern Britain, we’d expect to see people with a wide range of characteristics in our advertisements, media and government communication. But this isn’t always the case. Learn how to choose and use diverse, inclusive photography and illustration.

Data visualisation: how can good design transform your data?

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A donut pie chart in the shape of an eye, showing answers to Design102’s survey question: what colour are your eyes? The chart is divided into four eye colours. Brown: 58.7%. Blue: 23.9%. Green: 13%. Hazel: 4.3%.

If your project involves large amounts of data, how you present that information is crucial for ensuring it’s clearly understood. Design102 explain why data visualisation is the design solution you need to make your data more vibrant, engaging and accessible.