September 26, 2012

InsideCounsel: Knowledge Management

InsideCounsel: Knowledge Management
I got the chance to do this piece for the September issue of InsideCounsel, a trade journal for business lawyers. The briefs I get from IC are always very abstract, which I like because it seems to open up more possibilities for subject matter. This one was for a story on 'Knowledge Management,' which is the system by which legal departments archive information from past cases that can be applied to future ones. For the sketch that was chosen, I was channeling a book I had been reading on user-interface design for an internship. Thanks to Elizabeth Novak for the assignment!

Chosen Sketch

Exploring a forest of documents

Looking for a document in a disorganized office

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