The CSH collaborates with professional graphics designers to develop "infographics" for three audiences. These infographics are the marriage of creative visualisation with hard statistics and scientific facts. They differ from the usual outreach graphics, because they seek to incorporate scientifically correct information while simultaneously focusing on effective communication. Scientists can then use the infographics in their professional talks and lectures. They may be used to convey the key scientific content of a discovery to the scientifically sophisticated segment of the public, or to familiarise the broader public with scientific ways of visualising information. Generally, the CSH infographics are meant to be international, community-wide resources for science communication and the promotion of science. Please feel free to download and use them, as long as you acknowledge the name of the graphics designer! EPS formats are available upon request.
Jenny Leibundgut of Leibundgut Designs (leibundgutdesign.ch) has designed logos for a diverse range of entities, including the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the Swiss Heart Foundation and Carnegie Hall. She also designed coins for the Swiss mint. Below are infographics in JPG and EPS formats, as well as in both low and high resolutions.