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Our Research

Designs that Cell is interested in research projects surrounding visual communication strategies. We are currently investigating these strategies through the implementation of infographics in a variety of settings including science communication, healthcare, and education. 

In addition to our in-house research efforts, we actively collaborate with researchers, institutions, and organizations to explore the frontiers of visual science communication. We believe that partnerships are crucial to advancing the field and developing impactful solutions for diverse audiences.

Types of partnerships we offer:

  • Project collaboration: We partner with researchers on specific research projects, leveraging our expertise in visual design, data visualization, and scientific illustration to create impactful communication materials.

  • Applied research projects: We work with organizations and institutions to apply our research findings to real-world challenges, evaluating the effectiveness of different visual communication strategies in various contexts.

  • Knowledge exchange and co-creation: We participate in workshops, conferences, and knowledge exchange initiatives to collaborate with other researchers and practitioners, foster the exchange of ideas, and co-create innovative solutions for the field.

Benefits of partnering with us:

  • Access our team of experienced researchers and designers.

  • Gain insights from our ongoing research initiatives.

  • Collaborate on projects that have real-world impact.

  • Contribute to the advancement of visual science communication.



Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 

Development of a visual recurrence prevention tool


Healthy Populations Journal, Infographic

The Importance of Iron Supplementation in Pregnant Women


BMJ Student

Illustrating your research: design basics for junior clinicians and scientists


Healthy Populations Journal, Infographic

Infographics and/or Pictograms and Medication Adherence: A Scoping Review


Research and Practice in Thrombosis and Haemostasis

The Journey to a Successful Illustrated Review

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