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Visualize your research

We help you tell your story

You’ve worked hard on your research, and now it’s time to share it with the world. But how do you communicate complex findings in a way that is clear, engaging, and accessible?

Visualization is the key.

Communicating your research effectively is essential to its impact. By investing in visualization, you can make your findings more accessible and engaging, leading to greater understanding, collaboration, and impact.

Visualization can help you to:

  • Illustrate the unseen. Make complex ideas clear and understandable with captivating visuals.
  • Increase understanding. Bridge the gap between complexity and understanding with transformative data visualizations.
  • Go beyond words. Illuminate your discoveries with compelling visuals tailored for your target audience.
  • Stand out from the crowd. Make your research stand out in the vast sea of scientific literature with striking visuals.
  • Spark meaningful conversations. Unleash the power of visualization to spark meaningful conversations across disciplines and beyond the academic world.

Phosworks + Azote

Two agencies. Each with their specialty. Joining hands for a better future.

Phosworks is a creative agency working with the full brand experience. Azote, a communication agency specializing in sustainable transformation. Both with a long experience of communicating complex research in an accessible way.

Contact us today to discuss how we could help you tell your story.

Show the infinitely small

Deep dive in the world of the infinitely small and make your research stand out with help of visualization.

Or the immensely big

When size matters and your project spans over countries, continents or even space visualization can help you bring it down to a manageable and understandable size. By mixing films, animations, graphics and data you will make a lasting impression on your audience.

See the full version of the Superbeam project from Uppsala University here:

Figures for a global reach

The Problem: How can one demonstrate the connection between the global sustainability goals and the ecological, social and economic aspects of our society. The figure should show that all development goals are directly or indirectly linked to our biosphere and the production of sustainable and healthy food.

We solved it by combining an older figure that places the economy inside a society circle which in turn lies in a biosphere circle with the SDG icons. To make the figure visually interesting and clear, we made the whole figure three-dimensional.See the full version of the video here:

The Problem: Make a boring scientific diagram spark curiosity and make the viewer want to know more.

We also needed to simplify the content of the figure without distorting the underlying data. The client also wanted the figure to work with their brand.

Video to stand out from the crowd

Video is the fastest growing media and more accessible than ever before. Make your research stand out with captivating videos and bridge the gap between complexity and understanding. A video can be a visually appealing way to communicate your research to a wider audience, including non-scientists.

See the full version of the video here:

Explainer video

Videos are more engaging than text alone. This means that people are more likely to read and remember your work if it is presented in a visually appealing way.

Travel through time

How do you explain how the consequences of the decisions taken today will have in 100 years? Having used “before and after” pictures in their educational material without success the client needed a different approach.

By incorporating 3D animated sequences into an educational video we could travel through time for a few seconds and give the viewers a feeling of what the following animation meant in reality.

Tell the human story

Who will be impacted by your research? How will their lives change to the better? What is the driven the motivation behind the research? Let the human emotions speak for your work and make a human connection between you and the viewers.

See the full version of the video here:

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