Give yourself a crash course in persuasive graphics by doing a quick Google search on “Trial Graphics” or “Litigation Graphics.”
There is a burgeoning industry in producing illustrations and videos for lawyers who need to not only persuade but to communicate complicated concepts to jurors and judges.
Before you concoct your next illustration or PowerPoint slide take a look at how high-stakes designers do it.
You’re in luck because firms that specialize in this sort of thing have no choice but to put their best examples online. Don’t copy, but use them as inspiration and note the basic concepts used in designing an evocative graphic.
— Source: Carl Hausman, Write Like a Pro