glossary of terms
Manufacturing companies devise and execute processes to make objects. In almost every instance, visual representation of processes and objects are easier for people to understand than text descriptions, and text is better deployed for detail and context than for global description.
Moreover, the ability to use color and texture as a means of differentiation adds huge range of options to any visual communicator’s toolset.
One of the clearest examples we’ve encountered of this came from a Canvas customer using our software to visualize a 100-page scheduling document detailing planned maintenance for a nuclear reactor.