Posts Tagged: infographics

Green machines? | Visual.ly

This will open your eyes as to why individuals in pre-electricity civilization were so destitute  – people power only goes so far.  Green machines? | Visual.ly. Advertisements

Green machines? | Visual.ly

This will open your eyes as to why individuals in pre-electricity civilization were so destitute  – people power only goes so far.  Green machines? | Visual.ly.

These United States of America

My interest in Infographics and recent foray into Pinterest has got me looking at information which may lead to a better understanding of our politics and way of life.  I have assembled a series of maps on US Info-Graphic Maps

These United States of America

My interest in Infographics and recent foray into Pinterest has got me looking at information which may lead to a better understanding of our politics and way of life.  I have assembled a series of maps on US Info-Graphic Maps

Education vs. Incarceration | Visual.ly

Using Philadelphia as an example, this graphic compares the cost, both financial and societal, of education and incarceration. Designed by Jason Killinger for Maskar Design Education vs. Incarceration | Visual.ly. It’s a pretty eyeopening infographics wouldn’t you say?  In-keeping with the

Education vs. Incarceration | Visual.ly

Using Philadelphia as an example, this graphic compares the cost, both financial and societal, of education and incarceration. Designed by Jason Killinger for Maskar Design Education vs. Incarceration | Visual.ly. It’s a pretty eyeopening infographics wouldn’t you say?  In-keeping with the

1 | Infographic: State Stereotypes, From Fat Tennesseans To Liberal Californians | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

Renee DiResta was wondering about how Americans really think about “those people” in other state  and used Google’s auto-complete to find out.  See the results of her research on the maps bellow.  1 | Infographic: State Stereotypes, From Fat Tennesseans

1 | Infographic: State Stereotypes, From Fat Tennesseans To Liberal Californians | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

Renee DiResta was wondering about how Americans really think about “those people” in other state  and used Google’s auto-complete to find out.  See the results of her research on the maps bellow.  1 | Infographic: State Stereotypes, From Fat Tennesseans

Using The Olympic Rings To Show Vast Inequalities | Co.Design

An interesting use of the olympic rings 1 | Infographics: Using The Olympic Rings To Show Vast Inequalities | Co.Design: business + innovation + design.

Using The Olympic Rings To Show Vast Inequalities | Co.Design

An interesting use of the olympic rings 1 | Infographics: Using The Olympic Rings To Show Vast Inequalities | Co.Design: business + innovation + design.

Public Interest Design – Infographics

The following is an infographic that Public Interest Design.org partnered with ArchDaily, the University of MinnesotaCollege of Design, and Tandus Flooring to create. The basis for the infographic is a chronology of the field by John Cary of Public Interest Design, while ArchDaily‘s Megan Jett is credited with the design.

Public Interest Design – Infographics

The following is an infographic that Public Interest Design.org partnered with ArchDaily, the University of MinnesotaCollege of Design, and Tandus Flooring to create. The basis for the infographic is a chronology of the field by John Cary of Public Interest Design, while ArchDaily‘s Megan Jett is credited with the design.

Infographic – Can Crowdfunding Save The U.S. Economy? | Rock The Post | Blog

I am going to a Kickstarter Presentation at Columbia University tonight so seeing  INFOGRAPHIC – CAN CROWDFUNDING SAVE THE U.S. ECONOMY?  and my interest in infographics got me to post this.  I’ll tell you more about the presentation later but

Infographic – Can Crowdfunding Save The U.S. Economy? | Rock The Post | Blog

I am going to a Kickstarter Presentation at Columbia University tonight so seeing  INFOGRAPHIC – CAN CROWDFUNDING SAVE THE U.S. ECONOMY?  and my interest in infographics got me to post this.  I’ll tell you more about the presentation later but