I prepare models/ Illustrations/ figures/ charts for papers, grants, or patent submissions as well as for presentations and posters. I have more than 12 years of experience in biological/medical research, manuscript preparation, and submission. With my scientific background along with my graphic design abilities, I can advise, review your figures, direct your attention to anything missing (scales, axis labels etc.) and help you improve your visual communication to be both more effective and pleasing to the eye.

Models and Illustrations

Graphic models and illustrations are indispensable in describing/visualizing methods, instruments, processes, results, and conclusions. A good scientific model will visually describe your work in a more concise and understandable way and makes your science more comprehensive and intriguing.
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Figures are the showpiece of your manuscripts. Figure style, layout, and uniformity are essential considerations and impact the way your work will be judged and interpreted. Poor layout and uniformity can be the consequence of more than one researcher contributing to a project, working with different methods, and varied output from different software. The result is a variable appearance and lack of consistency amongst and even within the figures. Combining all of this varied data into one manuscript can be a daunting task.
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Charts are used to describe complex processes. The more complex the process, the more important the visualization. Better visualization will increase the readers’ clarity and understanding.
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When and why would you need my services?

  • If you want your scientific graphic and visual communications to look professional and clear.
  • If you want your figures to be consistent throughout your papers/grants/posters/presentations.
  • Ensure your figures are compatible to submit directly to the journal. No reconfiguring required!
  • Improving your visual science will attract more readers and convey your findings more effectively.
  • If you want to allow your researchers more time for research.
  • If you or your employees/students use PowerPoint to create models, charts and figures.

Want to make your science beautiful?