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This page started out as a method to collect and organize graphics for my thesis. I looked at 156 infographics and data visualizations for a comparative study, a summary of the research methodology can be found here . At the moment the page functions as a repository of graphics. I am updating the page regularly with new links and functionalities.
The Malofiej 20 awards , known as the Pulitzers of the infographics world, recognize the finest infographics published across the globe. This year, more than 1,500 print and online submissions competed for the prestigious awards. National Geographic Magazine, which won best print map and two gold awards, and Internet Group do Brasil iG (gold) were notable achievements. However, as in previous years, the portfolio of graphics from the New York Times dominated the event, winning six gold medals (four print, two online), the best online map and both the ‘Best in Show’ awards for print and online submissions. So what are the secrets to the New York Times’ continued success? Here are 10 key characteristics that, when brought together in a synthesised design process, helps to separate their work from the rest.
Vous connaissez sûrement ce portrait de Maurits Cornelis Escher , grand artiste ayant utilisé la perspective et le trompe-œil dans toute son œuvre : Dernièrement, je suis tombé sur une expérimentation utilisant Google StreetView et réalisée par Onecm. Elle permet de créer une vue 360° n’importe où sur Terre (du moins aux endroits ou Google est passé prendre des photos).
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Mapping Stereotypes Atlas der Vorureile (German Edition) Buy from Amazon.de Atlas of Prejudice (English Edition)
A couple of infographic résumé sites, vizualize.me and re.vu , sprouted up that use your LinkedIn data to show your career stats. Just create an account, connect it to LinkedIn, and you get some graphs that show when and where you worked. It's a visual form of your LinkedIn profile with a goal to replace the "old" and "boring" résumé that uses just text. Is this the best way to go though, if you're applying for a job? Other than commissioning a couple of freelancers based on their portfolios and recommendations, I haven't had any experience hiring people, but I imagine being turned off by such an infographic résumé if I were a HR person. The visual format is easy to scan, but because it it's not a traditional text layout, I'd have to figure out what I was looking at first.
Who can resist a colourful, thoughtful venn diagram anyway? In terms of blogging success, infographics are far more likely to be shared than your average blog post. This means more eyeballs on your important information, more people rallying for your cause, more backlinks and more visits to your blog. In short, a quality infographic done well could be what your blog needs right now. Designing An Infographic
Sense of Patterns is an on-going project, a series of printed data visualizations aiming to depict the behaviors of masses in different public spaces. The visualizations have a focus on the patterns of moving entities in public like commuters, cars and public transportation vehicles as well as the interaction between these entities and physical structures like roads, sidewalks, buildings and parks. The project intends to provide strong visuals on what we all experience in our daily lives in different cities. The first edition of the project consists of six A1 size prints and a video animation based on the data related to Vienna and its suburbs. Two different datasets provided by AIT : Austrian Institute of Technology sorted with python and visualized by using processing .
The most amazing thing about this novel new wine map is how clearly it shows France's complex wine regions. Created by architectural historian and wine buff Dr. David Gissen, it's fun, great looking and wonderfully informative. detail
Digital news is broken. Actually, news itself is broken. Almost all news organizations have abandoned reporting in favor of editorial; have cultivated reader opinion in place of responsibility; and have traded ethical standards for misdirection and whatever consensus defines as forgivable. And this is before you even lay eyes on what passes for news design on a monitor or device screen these days.
Written by Inspiral On Friday, May 27th, 2011 with 6 Comments so far in Inspiration , Logo Design Negative space logos strategically use whitespace to create the illusion of an object in that space. Negative space designs are effective in branding because they force the viewer to look twice to figure out what’s happening, though a well-executed negative space logo won’t require the viewer to look closely to have its effect. As of late the clever use of negative space has been a big trend in logo design. Check out these designs for your own inspiration.
From 2 years, you can see the graphics (infographics) multiply on Internet. Easy blogging, to microblog same, they will we drink of dates , statistics, numbers of well-formed. And most of the time, nobody checks the data. While the graphics circulated and taken up by the eager blogs (to traffic). But fortunately Clement (alias Quietglover ) eve.
Facebook"/> Sao Paulo ad agency Moma Propaganda created a wondeful series of retro future ads for Facebook , YouTube and Skype as part of the “Everything Ages Fast” ad campaign for Maximidia Seminars . Moma Propaganda has added a new Twitter ad to the series.