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It’s the twentieth anniversary, and perhaps that is why the programme is released exceptionally early.
I wouldn’t mind to see such infographic treatment spread from magazines and into newspapers. But where will the limit be?
The author with the advice is Amy Balliett. She is not a household name on the infographics scene, but perhaps she will be or should be.
Yes indeed – the ‘Graph Treatment’ shows a dramatic effect, when it comes to efficiency in rooting out wrong opinions that goes directly against the actual facts.
‘So here, with the assistance of some of the most creative, most reliable visual journalists in the world, is our checklist for infographics:’
Working with Breaking News is like a glassblower, where you’ll blow life into your material while it’s molten and constantly changing.
No longer will it be enough to execute graphics with a certain wow-factor and then hope for the best.
MALOFIEJ 19. Congratulations – and to the rest of the world: ‘Get to work this year …’
From the paper: ‘Tufte has taken, as it were, a God’s eye view of the data, faulting the engineers for providing only a few temperature data points …’
Three designers and three researchers worked on the project for nine months doing 26 drafts, and yet it takes only a very simple check-up to realize, that this Atlas is not to be trusted
Have you ever played SimCity – or if you’re younger, CityVille on Facebook – and wondered what it might look like to have a real city depicted in simstyle?
Three errors and a weird round-off separates this graphic from being, what it claims to be: ‘The Science behind Wikipedia’s Jimmy Appeal’
Innovative, maybe – but it’s inaccurate – and you have no idea, when you see this tangled web
What we have here is a graphic that has moved from bronze to Best of Show by going online and waiting a bit
- ‘We’re inventors – we’re creators. And that’s the most important thing about what we do. And I think we should welcome failure every once in a while’
Really rough sketches and ideas, but still a fantastic voyage into the future and the features
It’s not personal taste – it is science, cognitive psychology, that tells us that the brain can’t handle overly complex graphics
Let’s see … How tough is the concept of washing your hands?
Do you have the book that successfully combines Literature and Infographics?
Absolute Faith in Technology is important in this Civilized World.
30+ graphics about the AF447 disaster. Sorted in order by how good they are.
At the Malofiej Awards all the judges loved this piece of art. Do you agree it’s the best infographic of the year?
What happens when a famous cartoonist is hired to tell you complicated tech-stuff?