Graphic Design Services:

Graphic Design and Custom Graphic Art Services


E&S provides a wide range of graphic design and artistic support services for environmental assessments and analyses. These range from preparing user-friendly executive summaries for technical reports to creating custom artwork or dioramas that illustrate complex scientific interactions. A few examples are listed below:

  • Brochure and pamphlet layout and design
  • Website design
  • Custom logos
  • Computer graphics
  • Chart and graph alterations and exports
  • Dioramas
  • Illustrations
  • Flow charts
  • Highlighted below are some of our projects related to graphic design:

      Executive summary report

    E&S designed and prepared this summary of a report written for NYSERDA on the effects on vertebrate wildlife from electricity generation by coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, hydroelectric development, and onshore wind. It focuses on how electricity-generating sources that are important to New York and the New England states affect birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, and amphibians.
         
      Diorama illustrating interactions between land management and water quality

    E&S designed and constructed a scaled-down diorama illustrating the effects of land management practices on water quality. By fencing livestock out of the riparian zone and providing an alternative water source, significant improvement in riparian vegetation and stream water quality can develop over time.
         
     
    Nutrient transfers associated with cattle grazing diagram
    This diagram illustrates the effects cattle grazing can have on the cycling of nutrients and associated nutrient contributions to stream water.
         
      Urban sources of phosphorus and fecal bacteria to stream water
    E&S designed this graphic to clearly identify the major contributors of phosphorus and fecal bacteria to streams from urban runoff.
         
      Interactions between critical loads and ecosystem services
    This assessment loop illustrates how the critical load and ecosystem services paradigms can be combined for natural resource management.