Visualisations are often a central part in communication of scientific content and information. They assist comprehensibility, memorability and thereby distribution and impact of information - be it in papers, posters or presentations.
Visuals I frequently create for customers: 
   ☐ Graphical/Visual abstracts based on manuscripts
   ☐ Figures for publications, grant applications or presentations
   ☐ Conference posters
   ☐ Cover illustrations for journals or websites
   ☐ Data visualisations (in R) based on your own data
   ☐ Design of brochures, leaflets, and other print material
   ☐ Logo design
   ☐ Science comics
Pricing: Due to the unique nature of each project, pricing varies with the project's scope. We will agree on a budget range before starting the work.
An overview of the process:

1. Reach out to me
Contact me and tell me about your ideas, the purpose of the illustration and when you need it. You can reach me through, +46 762593193 or contact me through the form here.
2. Defining the project
We will create a project outline based on your manuscript, ideas or sketches, taking into consideration the setting of use and the target audience (and - if relevant - the stated specifications of the journal that you selected). We decide on the type of visualisation, style, specifics such as end-use and file format, deadlines, and the costs. Once we are in agreement, the work can begin!
3. Concept sketch ( 2 revisions)
I will create a rough sketch that defines the composition, visual elements and text. Now is the time for making larger changes.
4. Final graphic (2 revisions)
I will develop the final graphic, for more complex graphics I might send an intermediate stage beforehand. In two revisions we implement smaller changes to polish the visual.
5. Delivery
I will deliver the final product to you in your desired rasta file format and resolution, along with the invoice. Vector format or the original file can be provided for an additional fee. By default, the copyright lies with me, but can be transferred for an additional fee.

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