InfoNewt helps companies see their data.
It's that simple. Focused on improving communication, both internal and external, by visualizing data using innovative data visualization techniques and infographic design. Some examples of the types of work InfoNewt has visualized are:
- Social Media
- Business Plans
- Sales Presentations
- Board Meeting Presentations
- Online Consumer Conversations
- Product Differentiation
- Competitive Assessments
- Consumer Research (Qual & Quant)
- Marketing Strategies
- Website Analytics
InfoNewt can provide as much, or as little, support as you need. We can suggest infographic design styles, gather the data, facilitate visual brainstorming sessions, analyze the information, manage outside design resources and produce the final infographic designs.
Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in Texas, InfoNewt, LLC works with all company sizes; small, medium and large corporations.
Randy Krum, President
17 years of experience within corporations, visualizing social media, consumer research, marketing strategies, patent portfolios, budgets, top customers, product timelines and more. Randy's background is in Marketing, Product Development, Engineering, and Accounting. This extensive background leads to a deeper understanding of the data and the messages that you want to communicate.
Randy is also the founder and author of the Cool Infographics blog, that has been highlighting and sharing some of the best examples of infographics since 2006. With over 8,000 daily visitors and 500,000 monthly page views, the Cool Infographics blog has achieved a Google PageRank of 6, and is one of the most widely read and respected visualization sites on the Internet.
Some of the most effective and powerful internal communications are visuals shared with employees, but are never shared with the outside world. InfoNewt is committed to the protection of your proprietary corporate data, and will keep all sensitive information encrypted both locally and in all communications.
All working files and data are stored locally in 256-bit AES encrypted disk images, and whenever sensitive files are sent through email, they are protected in password-protected enclosures.
All example visuals shared on the InfoNewt.com site are only shared with prior permission of the designer and the client.