Business illustrators

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Gary Neill Gary Neill
Gary Neill
Roberto Cigna Roberto Cigna
Roberto Cigna
Eva Tatcheva Eva Tatcheva
Eva Tatcheva
Monica Hellstrom Monica Hellstrom
Monica Hellstrom
Andrea Ucini Andrea Ucini
Andrea Ucini
Leonard Beard Leonard Beard
Leonard Beard
Wayne Mills Wayne Mills
Wayne Mills
Mai Ly Degnan Mai Ly Degnan
Mai Ly Degnan
Clare Mallison Clare Mallison
Clare Mallison
Andy Potts Andy Potts
Andy Potts
David Senior David Senior
David Senior
Kotynski Kotynski
Kotynski
Van Saiyan Van Saiyan
Van Saiyan
Diego Blanco Diego Blanco
Diego Blanco
Yiffy Gu Yiffy Gu
Yiffy Gu
Agathe Bray-Bourret Agathe Bray-Bourret
Agathe Bray-Bourret
Daniella Ferretti Daniella Ferretti
Daniella Ferretti
Tina Zellmer Tina Zellmer
Tina Zellmer
Nathalie Dion Nathalie Dion
Nathalie Dion
Nathan Hackett Nathan Hackett
Nathan Hackett
Sebastien Thibault Sebastien Thibault
Sebastien Thibault
Tony Healey Tony Healey
Tony Healey
Maren Amini Maren Amini
Maren Amini
Jennifer Tapias Derch Jennifer Tapias Derch
Jennifer Tapias Derch
Pablo Lobato Pablo Lobato
Pablo Lobato
Joe Magee Joe Magee
Joe Magee
Katy Lemay Katy Lemay
Katy Lemay
Chris Madden Chris Madden
Chris Madden

Business illustrators

With the demand for business illustration on the rise, illustrating concise business content to clients who may be suffering from information overload requires just the right mix of ingenuity and grit. Depicting less-than-sexy content to create visuals that excite a business audience while allowing quick comprehension of complex business data is a much-needed skill for the business illustrator.
When concepts are abstract, complex, or lackluster, the business illustrator provides seamless technique in a style that’s eye-catching, even show-stopping. Whether vector art for organizational charts, spot or object illustration, or product illustration, business illustrators illuminate business data by telling the story of the workplace succinctly and with panache.
A simple bar chart, graph or statistical analysis can be colorful, edgy and easy-to-understand when a business illustrator thinks creatively. Illustrating data that can be understood at a glance means translating facts and figures in new and unexpected ways. The successful business illustrator knows that most people have a short attention span when presented with technical data.
To make information easy to assimilate, the business illustrator looks for the quickest, easiest and most effective methods for designing forward-thinking, jaw-dropping graphics that present principles of market share, profit and loss, and other statistical analysis relevant to a business environment. Through the use of color, pictographs, schematics and more, a business illustrator puts the graphic illustration of facts and figures front and center in the workplace.

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