Creating scientific and technical illustrations for your research.
Make your research more visible and comprehensible to a broader audience.
Design communication for Science
Communicating research findings visually is becoming increasingly important to relay ideas and concepts efficiently and engage your audience while widening the impact of your work.
Well designed graphics, illustrations and figures help the objectives and results of your work be better understood. Figures and visual abstracts help journal editors and peers when reviewing papers and funders when reviewing proposals. Online, they help a wider audience understand the relevance of your work.
Solid aims to help do exactly that: to communicate your work through well thought and straight to the point design.
Work with a team of people with experience producing high quality scientific illustrations for journals encompassing the fields of Nanotechnology, Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science and Energy.
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How does it work?
SEND US YOUR BRIEF
Fill in the contact form with details about what you need. State your field of research and include anything you feel relevant, such as a sketch with your idea, links and your deadline.
QUOTE & TIMEFRAME
After reviewing your request, we will get back to you with an estimated timeframe to complete the work and a quote. If we need any further clarification we will also let you know.
DESIGN & DIALOGUE
We will prepare a design based on the material you have provided. Your feedback on this draft will help make sure the design is communicating the message you want it to.
Get in touch for a no commitment quote.
We can adjust to your budget.
We can help you with:
Examples of our work
Visualize Physical Phenomena
Explain easily with visuals the physical phenomena you are investigating.
Combination of Graphs, Images and Data
Combine illustrations with graphs, images and data to help visualize your work better.
Souier, T.; Santos, S.; Al Ghaferi, A.; Stefancich, M.; Chiesa, M., Enhanced Electrical Properties of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotube-Epoxy Nanocomposites with High Packing Density. Nanoscale Research Letters 2012, 7, 1-8.
Capture wholistically the concept of your research in one image.