We designed them, built them, host them, help maintain it. Booz & Co. needed some sweet infographic goodness, sans Flash, of course. We put together these two dynamic goodies that are touch-screen friendly.
What's even cooler is that it's all fed by a client-managed database. Upload a new data file, get a whole new infographic.
We designed it, built it, host it, maintain it. IPM's "Inside the Mindset" graphic is a great example of a database-driven infographic. We started with the concept, designed supporting icons to match some from an existing set and built a database to drive it. Now, users click an icon and get a selection menu to display related data below. A great match of design and technology.
We designed these, built these, maintain these. These are really two separate apps. The one on the iPhone is a native iOS app to walk college students through case preparations. Simple but effective.
The second one on the iPad is a beaut. It's a web app that can actually be used offline. It updates itself when new files are pushed to it and then it can be taken offline and viewed in the comfort of a cozy chair, in the mountains, with no cell or wifi, and maybe some hot cocoa.
We designed it, built it, host it, maintain it. This is a good example of some responsive design. It actually changes it size and shape depending on the device.
"Who needs that?" you say. Well, everyone now. Used to be just the iPhone, that's it. It came in one size and black. Later white, sometimes. Now you have big phones, little phones, big tablets, little tablets, retina, HD, HD+, ABCD, 1234, stuff like that. These layouts don't care. They stretch out and scrunch up as needed to fit every rectangle you can throw at them.