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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.

Rebrand vs refresh: what’s right for your project?

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6 multi-coloured arrows forming circular shapes

Does your organisation’s image need updating, but you're unsure whether a simple refresh or total rebrand is required? Explore these helpful examples that explain the difference between rebranding and brand refreshes so you can figure out the best option for your project.

Improve your communication. How to use insight and evaluation.

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How to use insight and evaluation to improve your communication

It’s more crucial than ever that government communications are evidence-based, effective and accurate. At Design102, our insight and evaluation analyst explains how you can use research and data to make this happen - no matter your project or budget.

Tackling race discrimination – how, why and when?

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Black and white photo of Peter Rainey, Design102 MD, against a white background with the title Tackling Discrimination

Peter Rainey, Design102 MD, discusses the importance of tackling discrimination. At Design102, our actions range from increased education and having uncomfortable conversations to listening, understanding and restating our commitment to building a truly inclusive workplace.