One of my favourite areas of design is information organising using graphics to tell a story. It is always exciting to try and convey complex information in a concise and easily digestible form. The most beautiful pages can be created when the form is defined by the content . Although these graphics often look simple they are the most time consuming elements of a publication. This is when the literal thinking editor or journalist comes head to head with the lateral thinking designer, managing the process can be challenging but when the two work together the results can be the most engaging part of any publication.