April 23, 2021
Wisconsin Public Radio engages listeners with in-depth, fact-based stories that have the ability to transform a difficult-to-understand issues into ‘AHA’ MOMENTS!
These incredible moments take place in our cars; at work; via headphones while walking; or streaming while working from home in front of our computers.
In addition to live shows, streaming audio and listen-later downloads available at WPR.org , the text that accompanies each story online further enhances the understanding of the important issues being discussed.
So how could this experience possibly get better?
Five words: Gorgeous. Relevant. Shareable. Social Graphics!
And that’s where I come in.
I draw pictures that explain ideas. My work can be the person that gives WPR another way to engage listeners…by providing easy to share, news story specific, graphics for platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and more!
I’m very good at this and I want to help WPR attract attention for their incredible audio content.
My work can give WPR another way to engage listeners…by providing easy to share, news story specific, graphics for platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and more! —–STOP
I’m losing my way…and getting oral diarrhea….Any suggestions?
ONE IMAGE…7 graphics
Digital image inspired by
“Are Women Equal” a BuzzFeed original film.
Download image– click here
Shareable social graphics featuring highlights from film:
1) Social Header Graphic:
Social Sharing Graphics:
1) Newsfeed Graphics created from poster:
Graphics by Barbara Luhring