This graphic is supposedly the best infographic produced by any news organization in the entire year of 2013. Come play judge …Comments Off
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.
If I tried to sell this line-up of data obtained between 1989 and 2009 to explain what takes place in 2011, I would get kicked some place nonpleasant.
It’s David McCandless Light, the obvious spin-off to Information is Beautiful, – not as well-designed, not as important
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.
Working with Breaking News is like a glassblower, where you’ll blow life into your material while it’s molten and constantly changing.
If you have any information, you could share to make the infographics depicting this event better, please don’t hesitate to do so.
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
There has to be tremendous power in being able to contact each other so easily
Three errors and a weird round-off separates this graphic from being, what it claims to be: ‘The Science behind Wikipedia’s Jimmy Appeal’
The graphics department at the paper is made up of young people, who spend a lot of time working and they feel like a family there
Innovative, maybe – but it’s inaccurate – and you have no idea, when you see this tangled web
The creation of ‘Wilma the Neanderthal’ is just such a no-efforts-spared-project, which no other magazine in the world could produce. You can make your own guess about the expenses
It’s not personal taste – it is science, cognitive psychology, that tells us that the brain can’t handle overly complex graphics
There is not much new thinking in a category, which traditionally draws a lot of entries.
Better be a bit careful with the shark attack possibility in your graphics the next time a plane disappears over the ocean.
Let’s see … How tough is the concept of washing your hands?
‘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
Now – that song is partly responsible for the life I have today
The miracle-baby story will probably be so big, that explanations and infographics won’t be important
With the two best graphics in the AF447-gallery made by El Pais and another taking fourth place, it’s pretty straightforward to declare El Pais the overall winner.
30+ graphics about the AF447 disaster. Sorted in order by how good they are.
228 people have lost their lives in this tragic accident, which we don’t know much about yet. But still we must report what we do know