An honest presentation by Jeff Goertzen about ten years working with graphics departments around the world
This graphic is supposedly the best infographic produced by any news organization in the entire year of 2013. Come play judge ...
Creatives are not meant to hide behind their screen in a dark room, while they give a talk - take note, please.
Three errors and a weird round-off separates this graphic from being, what it claims to be: ‘The Science behind Wikipedia’s Jimmy Appeal’
I wouldn’t mind to see such infographic treatment spread from magazines and into newspapers. But where will the limit be?
‘Centralized Ring’, ‘Circled Globe’, ‘Circular Ties’, ‘Elliptical Implosions’, ‘Radial Convergence’, ‘Radial Implosion’, ‘Scaling Circles’, ‘Segmented Radial Convergence’ … See?