Visualizing Complexity: Communicating Health Data for All
In this episode of Health Nonprofit Digital Marketing, we dive into the art of presenting complex health-related information in a way that is understandable to a diverse audience. Join host Spencer Brooks as he sits down with Bradley Girard, Director of Brand and Creative at Rippel, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving health and well-being in communities. Bradley shares his unique journey from the world of graphic design to the heart of health nonprofit communications. Together, they explore the challenges of distilling complex health data into digestible formats, the power of visual storytelling, and the strategies for effectively conveying crucial information to diverse audiences. Tune in to gain insights into the intersection of data, design, and impactful communication in the health nonprofit sector.
About the guest
Bradley directs the Branding & Creative Team, leading a team on the creative design and production of all Rippel branding vehicles. He makes complex concepts easier for all to understand and unifies messaging around Rippel’s shared vision and its initiatives.
Brad has provided Rippel with branding and visual design support for years as principal of his own award-winning boutique agency. In his 28 years as a professional designer, photographer, and marketer, Brad has worked with a variety of large brands—including Kaiser Permanente, Toshiba, Verio Healthcare, and the San Francisco 49ers—and received multiple international awards for design, print, and marketing.
Bradley serves on portfolio review boards for AIGA, Cal State Fullerton, and Chapman University, mentoring students as they ready themselves for professional careers.
Most weekends, Brad can be found cheering on his daughter’s club court and beach volleyball teams. On his off-time, he and his family love to relax on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.