Posts Tagged ‘Infographics’

Visualising Narrative Abstractions

CYOA

Christian Swinehart’s visual exploration and analysis of the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ books, which were popular in the 80’s.

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Feltron vs CNN

Feltron

Nicholas Feltron’s recent work for CNN uses site metrics from the site’s last 13 years to create a visual that contextualizes the increased use of the Internet, the relevance of 9/11 and the change in media habits as users switch from print to the web as ‘a reliable, timely and indispensable source for news’.

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Global Emissions Infographic

Transparency: The Change in Carbon Emissions

Transparency: The Change in Carbon Emissions – Interactive infographic which uses data on the five highest emitters in each region of the world as of 2007 and whether they have increased or decreased both their total emissions in the from 2006 to 2007 and their ranking on the list of biggest emitters.

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The Visual Miscellaneum

Visual Miscellaneum

David McCandless’s ‘The Visual Miscellaneum – A Colorful Guide to the World’s Most Consequential Trivia‘ is out in the UK on February 4th 2010. You can get a visual taster on his ‘Information is Beautiful‘ site. Looking forward to getting a copy of this.

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Connected: Space Exploration, ABTests, Design Tools, Billion Dollar Gram

Space

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Breathing Earth

Breathing Earth

Breathing Earth – A real-time simulation put together by Dawid Bleja that displays the CO2 emissions of every country in the world, as well as their birth and death rates.

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Connected: Node Garden, IBM, Twitterverse

Node Garden

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Web Trend Map 4

Web Trend Map

iA (Information Architects) release the final beta version of their fourth Web Trend Map.

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Connected Alexander Girard, Map Bloopers, Boombox Bikes

Girard Collection

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Decline and Fall of the Newspaper Industry

News Graphic

The ‘Bad News for Newspapers‘ infographic from the NY Times pretty much says it all, showing the debt-laden American newspaper industry. The decline seems to have sparked several online conversations this week starting with Clay Shirky’s ‘Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable‘ and Steven Johnson’s South by Southwest talk ‘Old Growth Media And The Future Of News‘. Is the future of journalism online with the Guardian and NY Times at the forefront with the release of their news data APIs? Possibly, but I’d like to see better news aggregation and filtering services first.

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