When we think of how to communicate a policy, a rule, a legal process better — we can think of 3 different levels of how we might use design to make it more effective.
These came from back in March, at our workshop at University of Bologna with input from Arianna Rossi, Dan Hayden, Chris Downs, Monica Palmirani and beyond. That workshop pushed us as lawyers to get beyond cosmetic improvements to how we lay out information, to think in more transformative + experiential new designs.
A text recap of this image:
Level 3: Transform your text by making existing content come alive with new presentations that make it scannable and usable.
Level 2: Emphasize with highlighted examples and calling attention, directing information.
Level 1: Engage your audience by diagramming out a situation, cleaning up text, reinforcing what you say, and don’t make the audience work too hard.