What do we do?
Here we’ll explain our areas of action within the livestock sectors
using innovative corporate communication tools.
It is common knowledge that by using more familiar or colloquial language, a greater number of people will empathize with your message. Above all, we try to ensure that technical jargon is not the main focus of our information. That is our first consideration.
For this reason, we have designed a catalog for the livestock sector, with the aim of making it easy for anyone to understand what Tashia® can offer them. To put this idea into practice, we are using a new visual graphic line in which images, chromatic range and explanatory graphics play a leading role. As such, we have created an easy-to-read tool to inform a larger number of people about our mission within the sector.
Come and discover it for yourself!
What do we do?
Why an infographic?
An infographic is a tool for transmitting information that has great communicative power. It is the epitome of the phrase:
“a picture is worth a thousand words”.
In a dynamic and fun way, with a double-page image and using lines that communicate images through text, we begin to explain what our fields of expertise are.
The text throughout the leaflet is written in simple language and its purpose is to provide information, expanding on or clarifying those details of greatest interest to anyone who needs them or who is simply curious.
Colors to suit all tastes!
accompanied by colors
For the inner layout of the leaflet, a design has been used that aims to simplify the association of product types and services by means of images and colors, in order to make it easier to understand and remember.
For example, the color blue has been used for the section that comprises equipment for water treatment by means of chemical processes. Yellow, on the other hand, has been used for systems specifically for the treatment of water by means of bacteriological processes, such as processes using chlorine dioxide, which, in its resulting form, produces a product that is yellow in color.
The use of harmonious color combinations makes the reading experience as satisfying as possible and gives a pleasant feeling of well-being.