J. Pullins, Info-graphic for Three Mile Island

a. What went well? 
I think that we were able to apply the information that we did find in a very interesting and relatable way.

b. What did not? 
I think trying to find enough information about the backstory of Three Mile Island would have made the diaster more understandable to our audience, however, we couldn't find that information.

c. What would you do differently next time? 
I think I would entail the backstory of Three Mile Island if I had more time.

d. Specifically comment on the 10 tips for effective infographics -

Be Concise - We kept our information as brief as possible.

Be Visual - We tried to keep clear, understandable graphics in the poster.

Be Smarter - We tried to compare commonly known information with the lesser-known, Three Mile Island.

Be Transparent - Most of our information is understandable enough that it requires no additional research.

Be Different - We tried to make our poster as original as possible.

Be Accurate - All information present is correct.

Be Attractive - We tried to make our poster as aesthetically pleasing as possible. 

Be Varied - We tried to use different techniques to present the facts.

Be Gracious - Information present was both concise and thorough.

Be Creative - We tried to present the information in a fun an interesting way.