Person Centred Planning

A Care Homes charity organization's area Manager friend asked me to create a Wall Poster depicting their 'promotional and training models' for display in team meetings etc.  He wanted a style not too cartoony that can transfer easily as separate diagrams.  He showed examples of the kind of chart graphics needed together with the info needing artwork.  I then penciled roughs and scanned them into Photoshop to make a template for use in Illustrator where I worked up the individual pieces then basically it was a simple matter of 'flower arranging' my info-graphic presentation -

I hoped my interpretation was instantly digestible, however his response was ..My marketing manager's now is seeing it differently to me and has the insight needed, I am more artistic rather than practical..  He lead me to believe he was supreme commander!  Anyway, needless to say I was suckered by an ol'friend and we both learned our lesson.

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  1. I take it the marketing manager having "the insight needed" means he is going to do it himself.
    One word - 'Powerpoint'. Is that two words? Oh well here's another - 'spreadsheets'.
    Microsoft office = death of creativity.
    In the hands of executives and managers these basic tools become WMDs (Weapons of Mediocre Design).
    Clipart anyone?
    I bet the marketing manager's favourite font is Comic sans, in "cornflower blue" of course.
    Laverly info graphics Jim

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    1. You got the right drift between the lines there, Johnny.
      Reckon it was a case of 'Design by Committee'.
      Never again!
      Always good to hear from you, thanks.

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