Recent work: “infographic” for Oregon historic preservation

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The Historic Preservation League of Oregon, right here in Portland, asked me to make an infographic about their latest Endangered Places initiative.

In addition to creating the visuals, I created the narrative’s outline and drafted the headlines and text. When designing this infographic, I enjoyed finding historic-looking fonts and combining illustrations, maps, photographs and charts.

When I’m being precise, I’d call this an explanatory narrative with a bit of data, but these days people do use the term infographics for this kind of visuals.

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One response to “Recent work: “infographic” for Oregon historic preservation”

  1. Kate Avatar

    Beautiful work, Nancy! Makes me want to learn more and donate to the cause, which I’m guessing were priority purposes for the piece.

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