Visual communication more effectively captures audiences’ attention
Our brain is prepared to consume visual content and information
90% of the information that we process is information we receive visually
Visual content is faster and easier to interpret than text
We take an average of 6 seconds to read 20-25 words of text
The brain only takes about 1/4 of a second to process a symbol
We have more than 40,000 years of collective visual experience
Almost anyone in the world would be able to understand these images even thousands of years apart.
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Users spend twice as much time on pages with visual content.
Color can have a 60-80% influence on the decision to buy a product.
Tweets with an image generate up to 150% more retweets.
We remember 10% of what we hear, 20% of what we read and 80% of what we see and do.
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Visual communication is incredibly effective. But you can take it to the next level by turning it into an amazing communication experience.
The power of exploration at your fingertips. Discover how the brain works so you can create experiences which involve your audience. Order your content by priority to get the most out of it.
The visual component will help you create visual metaphors to catch your audience’s attention.
The brain needs to get excited in order to learn. Touching, exploring, and discovering increases its level of involvement and also, memory. It’s time to play.
Our primitive brains are unable to avoid paying attention to movement. In the end, we’re curious by nature.