Patient Education — Material used for patient or public education and information purposes. Biological concepts, treatments, procedures, and general health care information is displayed through the appropriate medium and delivery method. Artwork can vary greatly in style and detail depending on the intended audience.
Editorial Publication — Editorial illustrations are intended to be on the cover of a publication or journal article. Editorial illustration encourages viewers to read and engage the content in the publication. These illustrations can vary greatly in style and content depending on client needs and subject matter.
Anatomical Illustration — Visuals created in order to convey and educate complex anatomical science to an audience. Accuracy and clarity is insured through interaction with subject matter experts and extensive research. These types of illustrations can be rendered in color, monotone, or pen and ink.
Surgical Illustration — A series of clear and insightful images that depict a surgical procedure or technique used in the health care industry by surgeons, educators and students. Topics are heavily researched and anatomical accuracy in insured. Images can be rendered in different mediums and styles depending on client budget and target audience.
Technical Illustration —Technical illustrations are used to depict surgical instruments, medical devices, and patent concepts more clearly than photography can offer. This type of illustration depicts medical device functionality, mechanics and purpose to ensure viewers understand the purpose of the device as well as the individual parts.
Website Development — Full websites, portfolios, or interactive media for publishing online. Websites can be started from the ground up or modifications can be made to a pre-existing site. Interactive media for the web involves engaging the audience using animations, clickable buttons, actions, and movement.
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