Communicating abstract ideas is beneficial to you and your audience. It complements your talking points and fosters a shared understanding of your work. The client has used this infographic in presentations for 6 years. It helps him explain a complex topic called demographic capitalism. The idea is represented by a network that underlies our society. It is divided into the three types of infrastructure involved in democratic capitalism, which include: physical, transactional, and knowledge.
Michelle Hopgood RGD (Certified Senior Designer)
Member since
September 15, 2016
Toronto
ON
CA
Areas of Specialty
Information Design, Publication
Other Capabilities
Book Design, Branding, Corporate Communications, Information Design, Publication, Signage/Wayfinding, Typography
Languages Covered
English
Interested in Freelance
Yes
Company description
Hopgood Creative is proud to merge academia and design. We bring a research and critical analysis approach to information design, visualizations, and infographics. This niche is how we help you better than any other firm.

First we understand your issue and your goals. Then, we collaborate with you to make your concepts come to life. Some clients have called this process magical.
Why am I an RGD?
Being an RGD means bringing respect to the design community. RGD provides a platform for designers to do better within our own community and society by demanding high standards and ensuring that people practice good design. RGD creates unique opportunities for its members and allows us to connect on both professional and personal levels. RGD gives me a respected voice and a platform that helps me give back to the design community.
What is my most memorable RGD moment?
Speaking at DesignThinkers TO 2019 was the highlight of my time with RGD so far. It was amazing to be able to impart knowledge to my peers and to share an incredibly unique workplace experience at a think-tank called the Martin Prosperity Institute. I was also proud to represent persons with disabilities within RGD's community.
Why am I a designer?
You hear most designers say this but design is my passion. I love problem-solving and I have an unshakeable commitment to making complex ideas beautiful so that my clients' research can get the attention it deserves and reach a wide audience. Through information design, I hope to help teachers reach their students on another level.
Why should you hire me?
If you have data or information to be visualized than look no further because I am an information design specialist. My clients love working with me because of my analytical skills and no-nonsense approach. My signature style is “designs you didn’t even know you needed.” Clients often come with an idea in mind of what they need but walk away with designs they wouldn’t have thought of. I have a
Contributions to RGD in 2018
- In-House Design Webinar Panelist
- Student Awards Judge
- DesignThinkers Master at DesignThinkers 2018 TO