STREAMLINE processes: tell stories visually

Filling out forms is hardly enthralling, but we know that with a touch of first-class visual storytelling, even the most mundane of tasks can be injected with life.

And that's exactly what brought the University of Edinburgh back to our doors with their project, STREAMLINE; an innovative interview format, using interactive visuals, to gather public opinion on environmental planning.

In 2014, we worked with the university researchers on their VOLANTE project. And just as it did then, our philosophy - that hardworking pictures make thinking, working and communicating better for everyone - aligned closely with the aims of the STREAMLINE project. On this occasion, however, we were tasked with producing a much larger body of work, featuring interactive visuals, small graphics and large poster designs. 

Scriberia did an incredible job! There’s a distinct feeling of ‘Christmas come early’ about the office when we receive Sam’s designs...really excited, really impressed. Our compliments to the quality that’s always delivered at such short notice.
— Aster de Vries Lentsch, Volante Project, University of Edinburgh

Academic, policy and land-use stakeholders have all expressed a keen interest in the survey's very visual format. And our designs have helped the researchers win several awards for innovation.

Founder of STREAMLINE, Aster de Vries Lenstch, says, 'Scriberia did an incredible job! There's a distinct feeling of 'Christmas come early' about the office when we receive the designs...really excited, really impressed. Our compliments to the quality that's always delivered at such short notice.'

STREAMLINE is proof of the power of visual storytelling and visual communication to energise and engage an audience.