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.
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.
From Russia comes some of the most beautiful visualizations, I have ever seen. But what do they mean?
Upon arrival I was impressed with the number of attendees to such a firm-based event. I didn’t count us all, but would estimate 70-80 in the room.
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.
Working with Breaking News is like a glassblower, where you’ll blow life into your material while it’s molten and constantly changing.
As the creator wouldn’t reveal name, occupation or process to create these images, it all seems a bit shady
This imaginative project has set out to become an ‘Online library consisting of the highly recognizable symbols, that form the worlds visual language’.
The theme for the conference IC11 is ‘Inside Infographics’.
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.
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?
If you want to see a presentation by one of the best practitioners (and thinkers) in the data-visualization field, then spend an hour in the company of Amanda Cox from The New York Times
You will even make your editor-in-chief happy, because he can sell your infographic services to clients in order to pay for the news
Yes – Let’s go all the way, and get a competition running to produce the best infographic-related image with this tool
- ‘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’
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
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
Really rough sketches and ideas, but still a fantastic voyage into the future and the features
Well then – hit the play button, and now you can hear just how close the athletes is finishing in some of the tight events in the Olympics. Each dot gives out a tone …
The judges at the Society of News Design 31 spotted a widespread trend in the many submissions from this year and even gave it a name: BARN = Big-Ass Red Numbers
How about taking one of the most famous paintings in the history and recreate it as a 3D-sculpture?