The visual system includes information graphics that make important data visual and engaging. The graphics can vary in subject but are unified by style.

When creating new graphics, maintain the style shown here — simple circle outlines constructed with a consistent outline weight and connection lines. Place the most important content in the middle of the circles with secondary data outside.

When choosing colors, pick either the warm or cool colors to complement each other.



Use a combination of thick and thin lines to create the body of the chart. Make the value of the main category significantly larger than all other category values. This approach creates strong focal points while creating visual interest.

Large-scale information graphics

When developing large-scale information graphics, limit line- weights, color and typographic sizes. Also, be sure to use these elements consistently throughout the graphic. Make sure there are no more than three sizes for the same type of element.