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David Bartholomew

Schematic Trial Graphics: Process Chart

Apr 21st, 2020
Bartholomew, ThemeVision Graphics
Themevision Focus

April 2020

Schematic Trial Graphics: Process Chart

Schematics can convey complex processes to the jury in a manner that simply cannot be achieved with words alone.
In the process chart shown here, ThemeVision helped to show the nuances of a manufacturing process.

Process Charts

Also called: process flowchart, process flow diagrams

These can be instrumental in picturing the steps of action used to describe various processes, such as a manufacturing process, an administrative or service process.

In litigation, or at trial it can be important to be able to accurately and simply explain elements to be included a sequence of actions. Lawyers may need to describe materials or services entering or leaving the process (inputs and outputs), decisions that must be made, people who become involved, time involved at each step, and/or process measurements.

Often is key to break down or simplify the “process” in order to facilitate understanding for decision-making. ThemeVision can help your litigation team, define, arrange, document and communicate these often complex sequences to others using specially prepared charts and graphics. If you need to develop a process chart for litigation or just to communicate better, the first step should be:

➔ 1 Contact ThemeVision to discuss developing process chart…

Other types of Schematic Graphics:

  • Checklists
  • Features
  • Events
  • Similarities
  • Differences
  • Criteria
  • Summary

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