Strategic Visual Content for Investor Communications

We craft lasting first impressions

By visualizing information, we turn it into a landscape that you can explore with your eyes, a sort of information map. And when you’re lost in information, an information map is kind of useful.
— David McCandless, The beauty of data visualization (TEDGlobal 2010)
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Why Mining Illustrated?

Visual content should be an integral part of the investor and community relations and communications strategy of every mining company. No other type of content can inform and engage your audiences so successfully. High-quality visuals are also flexible enough to be used across the full range of communications material, including news releases, sustainability reports, and presentations.

Mining Illustrated works with mining companies to meet the mining industry’s demand for high-quality visuals and showcase best-in-class examples of this type of content. For insights into how we craft mining illustration content for our clients, read our blog.

Our suite of mapping and technical illustration services includes:

  • Mapping and data research services for mining

  • Schematic mine site plans/layouts

  • Mining schematics, diagrams and cutaway cross-sections

  • Idealized geological cross-sections

  • Mining process flowsheets

  • Investor presentation content  

Who we are

We really know mining – what our clients say about us

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Bachelor of Design, Graphic Design and Industrial Design

Olga's 15 years of experience in the mining industry gives her the ability to quickly understand clients’ objectives and assess how best to explain project value to investors, stakeholders and decision-makers.

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Russell Booth

Bachelor of Design, Industrial Design

Russell’s diverse technical background and strong drafting and modelling skills allow him to visualize and bring to life geological formations, and make complex technical drawings more accessible.

How we work

We first gain a full understanding of your project, audience, and objectives. We then recommend the best visual content to meet your objectives, unless you have a specific visual in mind. We will request the necessary files and data from your technical team and, if needed, conduct additional research to contribute data to your project.

As we develop the images, we will present you with drafts for your feedback. We have a great understanding of mineral exploration and mining methods but you and your team know your project best. We rely on your feedback to quickly arrive at the most accurate representation before applying the finishing touches to the final images. We always keep your objectives, audience, timelines, and budget top of mind.