Nikki M Group provides illustration services to educational publishers. This includes planning and preparation.
- Auditing manuscripts to determine illustration types and quantities.
- Preparing artwork lists for file management.
- Creating illustration style guides with specifications and examples.
- Scheduling production to get your manuscript ready for typesetting.
The types of illustrations we create include:
- vector illustration
- creative artwork
- three-dimensional (3D) shapes
- technical diagrams
- graphing equations
- information graphics (infographics).
Nikki M Group offers consultation services and prepares formal quotations to get you started.
Style guides define design elements for creating artwork:
- font size and weight
- line weights and styles
- colours and shading
- angles and tick marks
- grids and column widths.
A style guide is an essential tool for creating consistent illustrations:
- Venn diagrams
- probability trees
- fraction diagrams
- number lines
- flow charts
- dot plots
- box plots
- stem-and-leaf plots
- geometric shapes
Authors and editors typically supply artwork briefs that include instructions for creating illustrations. An artwork brief often includes:
- rough sketches
- written descriptions
- alternative examples
- spreadsheet data
- specifications for size
- file naming conventions.
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Need to create a mathematics publication?
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3D geometric shapes
Communicate mathematical concepts using perspective:
- one, two and three-point perspective
- oblique and isometric.
Illustration of geometric shapes in space:
- basic 3D geometric shapes
- complex mathematical shapes.
Representing measurement, ratio and size:
- floor plans
- scale drawings.
Graphing equations on a Cartesian plane:
- linear graphs
- multi-equation graphs
- trigonometry functions
- logarithmic functions
- exponential functions
Combining graphics and information to communicate complex ideas:
- mind maps
- organisational charts.
Creating engaging visual communication:
- combining type and imagery
- icons and graphical devices
- image-based design.