Fantastic. Gabriel really went above and beyond making changes. Thankbyju
Easy to work with, made changes quickly. Understood our vision.
Anna did a great job, exactly what we had in mind for our illustrations! Working with her was a pleasure!
How judsonchiro started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
Judson Family Chiropractic
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Chiropractic office providing care to a large volume of patients with a priority on education.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Based on the diagrams provided, we need detailed illustrations to be used in educational materials for chiropractic patients. These illustrations will also be used in a book.
Current diagrams are simple illustrations made in Microsoft Word (see attached). The final product should be similar in design but with the following changes:
- The blue ring-like objects in the current diagrams represent spinal vertebrae. These should be replaced with realistic illustrations of the vertebrae of the upper cervical spine (see attached stock images of the upper cervical spine)
- The central theme of these educational materials is the atlas (the topmost vertebra, also known as C1), so the atlas should be very detailed and featured prominently.
- Diagram 1 is mean to show two vertebrae that are misalligned, but it should look more like the "rotational injury" stock image attached
- Diagrams 2 and 3 are meant to show the flow of the nerves from the brain to the rest of the body
- The pink rod running through the rings represents the spinal cord. This element does not need to be overly detailed, but the affect of a misalignment (seen in gray) should be prominent.
- The focus of these illustrations should be on the imagery, but please include a key similar to the existing one
- Also, please label "Messages from the Brain," "Brain Stem," "Atlas," and all categories in the pyramid as shown
- Nothing should look like it was created in Microsoft Word
These materials are meant for non-experts.
The current diagrams rely too much on color – we need the illustration to still be clear if the image is viewed in black and white