In spirit of the end of the semester and next week’s “Best of” class discussions, I present to you one graphic designer and blogger’s 50 great examples of infographics. It’ll be a stroll down memory lane, as many of the examples are pieces we’ve already posted on the blog. An infoviz digest, if you will!
The Center for Urban Pedagogy in New York has a program called Making Policy Public, which focuses on educating people about places, and the ways places change. The program has produced issues that explain complex issues into a well-designed brochure infographic, such as this one on NYC street vendor regulations:
Other posters/issues include predatory equity, globalized shipping network, and social security.
By the amazing people at Information Architects Japan, the Web Trend Map 4. We have this printed on the plotter and hung up on our wall, too.
Found via Digg, this reminds of the powers of ten video we saw in the beginning of the semester. Makes you feel kind of insignificant.
Designer Toby Ng decided to create these simple yet effective visualizations where he maps critical world data in terms of a village of 100 people. There are 23 images, and each one shows a statistic in a powerful way.
An interactive display of creativity in the past year, designed by 2×4 and Seed Magazine.