At Thermaflex we often need illustrations of various types. In what follows below we’ll try to define the different types because understanding the types is important for the matching guidelines:
- Conceptual imagery: these are visuals that are used to illustrate a specific meaning but not in the direct way.
Typical example: a world view combined with the Thermaflex promise
- Real-life realizations: these visuals are typically photography of Thermaflex projects but pre-, during and after construction.
Typical example: an aerial overview of a project just finished
- Technical illustrations: this type of visuals illustrate an ideal or recommended way of working independent from the way it is executed in reality.
Typical example: the planned flow of a thermal network