JBBA Infographics: Terms & Conditions
JBBA infographics are designed by the Centre for Evidence Based Blockchain which operates under the auspices of the British Blockchain Association. Infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge which is intended to present blockchain research information quickly and clearly. Using infographics, complex ideas and inter-relations can be represented in an easy to understand visually compelling way, almost like a visual story. Our graphics designers and illustrators will create beautiful, accurate, representative and useful infographics which will show how each element fits with the other making it much easier for readers to understand the research findings. Infographics can be shared across a variety of audio-visual platforms and channels, helping you reach a wider audience for a greater impact.
All authors that have published their work in the JBBA are offered an opportunity to have the infographics designed by us. We charge a nominal fee to cover our production costs. Once your paper is accepted, please let us know if you would like to have your paper assessed for an infographic.
Once an order is purchased (please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get a quote) our team of experts start designing your paper’s infographic. It usually takes 5-6 weeks to design the infographic, after which it will be shared with the author. The author is allowed 1x revision only. Our experts aim to include some carefully selected information from an article, highlighting the key messages.
JBBA infographics are reviewed by our technical and section editors before publication, and we’re confident that they are accurate representations of the article. At the time of going to press, we make every effort to ensure that the information held in them is up-to-date. However, because of the rapidly evolving nature of blockchain technology, we remind our readers that the information contained should be treated with the same caution as written articles. The graphics are often a summary of a summary – they shouldn’t be taken to be the whole of the information available in the original paper.
For more information, please reach out to us at Editorial@thejbba.com
Page last updated 11 October 2020