- Be a Good neighbor
- Blue Bottle
- Mad Cap
- How baby boomers describe themselves – Beyond.com
- Fire Arm Murders -Reuters
- Energy Tax -John Boehner
- Where We Donate vs. Diseases That Kill Us – VOX
- Changing face of america – NBC
- The rise of partisanship in the u.s. house of representatives – mauro martino, clio andris – http://iibawards-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/projects/images/000/000/866/large.jpg?1467150910
- A World of Languages by Alberto Lucas López
- Rappers, Sorted by Size of Vocabulary by Matthew Daniels
- Field of Commemoration by Valentina D’Efilippo
- Meteorites 1900 – 2000 by Kim Albrecht
- Nobel Prize Nominees by Rossiya Segodnya
- IMDB 1000 by The New School, Parsons – Hang Do Thi Duc and Umi Syam
- A World of Tea by Valerio Pellegrini
- What if it was your city? by Alberto Lucas López
- Women in Development by Valerio Pellegrini – La Lettura
- Feltron Annual Report 2013 – Nicholas Felton
- Felton Annual Report 2007 – Nicholas Felton
- 54 Years of Space Exploration – 5w Infographics
- Geological Time Spiral – Ethan Helm
- The Daily Routines of Famous Creative People -Christopher Jobson
- Daily Routines – RJ Andrews
- Garbage sorting recycling figure – Pei Lei Ye
- America in Africa – Francesco Franci
- Infographic Bicicelitte – Francesco Franci
- Plot Lines -Julian Barnes
Social Issue: an undesirable condition that people believe should be corrected, it affects many people and.
Public Health: the health of the population as a whole, especially as monitored, regulated, and promoted by the state
- Mass Incarceration
- Housing Discrimination
- Diversity Representation in Hollywood
- Climate Change
- Texting and driving
Qualitative Data : Data that cannot be put into numerical form. Diaries, testimonials, and open ended questions would fall into this category. It is hard to analyze. It is used to gather descriptive data.
Quantitative Data: Data that can be put into numerical form and can be used to construct charts and graphs. Things that can be easily categorized and measured.
Infographic: Generally created for the purpose of telling or explaining a specific story, intended for a specific audience, they are subjective and usually are specialized.
Data Visualization: Tend to be created for the purposes of making sense of the data, or to change a data set into a more accessible form, may be generated by a computer if need be.
Some common ways to present data are bar graphs, pie charts, histograms, line graphs, and tables.
Pretty Awesome Design Work I’m, in no particular order.
- Henn Kim
- Parallel Stuidos – Unsatisfying
- Sarah Andreasson
- Damien Blottiere – Collage Work
- Il-Ho – Korean Film Festival
- Ross McCampbell- Abstractions
- Sandra Blikas – Illustrations and posters
- Washington Studio – 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
- Hansje van Halem – Type Illustrative work
- Alexey Kondakov