I wouldn’t mind to see such infographic treatment spread from magazines and into newspapers. But where will the limit be?
Final Verdict – The (xxx) version is a masterpiece of visual journalism, which leaves the role of the screw-up to the (xxx) version.
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:’
MALOFIEJ 19. ‘Even if we have the perfect set of data, we should learn from people in social science. They know that numbers and figures will never really represent the phenomenon we’re looking at’
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 …’
It is quite common for students to see ‘design research’ as a trip to the library to look for rare patterns or visual devices
If you’re a designer it’s time to get #45b8AC, Turquoise, out of your system and move on
If you haven’t already seen this incredibly well-produced and interesting video about the new infographics era, then it’s time for you to do so.
Paloma Faith is clearly questioning the use of circles, when you want to show the truth – she even wears a pie chart for a hat
It’s not personal taste – it is science, cognitive psychology, that tells us that the brain can’t handle overly complex graphics
Do you have the book that successfully combines Literature and Infographics?
What can be shown in a photo? Infographic artists face the same dilemma when doing violent infographics.
‘Keep it simple’ said Nigel Holmes – ‘Use a pencil’ said Kris Viesselmann – ‘Focus on the content’ Karl Gude said – ‘Keep it simple’ said Alberto Cairo again
Absolute Faith in Technology is important in this Civilized World.
Could the faster online newscycle lead to infographics getting a new role in the coverage of violent events?
The Swiss Ursus Wehrli had enough of the unstructured chaos and decided to make cleaner versions of well-known art