As consumer technologies trend towards visual formats, the business world is now playing catch-up. It’s no longer OK to present information in traditional ways like we used to. Text is not always best.
At this year’s LegalGeek North America event in June, Tim Follett and Alex Baker discussed how visualisation is changing the way people consume and make use of complex information, both in their everyday lives as well as in a business context – and how this has major implications for the legal industry. You can watch the 10-minute video of the presentation below.
The event also saw the release of StructureFlow’s Visual Showcase – an overview of the types of visualisations we see created most frequently across the following categories.
- Corporate Structures
- Transactional Structures
- Data Flows
- Disputes, Investigations and Claims
- Process Maps, Flowcharts, Timelines and Decision Trees
- Visual Advice
You can download a copy of the Visual Showcase at the bottom of this page.
Download the StructureFlow Visual Showcase
If you would like more information and to see examples of how visualisation (and StructureFlow) is being used to create the types of visualisations referred to above, please leave your details below and we’d be delighted to send you a copy.
About the Speakers
Connect with Tim on LinkedIn here.
Alex Baker is Head of Growth for StructureFlow and leads the company’s global commercial and strategic partnerships, working closely with our partners to bring the benefits of visualisation into their organisations.
He has more than a decade of experience within the tech industry at several leading companies across Europe, Australia and Asia.
Connect with Alex on LinkedIn here.