A while back I wrote an article about infographics and wasn’t that hard to make it, considering that there weren’t as much infographics as now and that they were designed back then by top notch designers. Nowadays, unfortunately, every newbie designer gets its hands on Photoshop or Illustrator and makes an infographic. The problem is that by doing so, the quality of data visualization examples has dropped significantly. These informative design presentations have gained popularity but are starting to lack style and professionalism.
I saw that the most appealing data visualization examples are made by User Interface designers. It’s the closest thing related to infographics designing and, UI designers having experience in this domain, are performing better than regular multidisciplinary designers. If you are looking for someone to design an infographic for you, my suggestion is to go for a UI designer.
I’ve said all of that because I’ve been squeezing the internet for a few new data visualization examples, filtering the good ones out of the whole pile of bad ones, and found these that you see in this article.
Note: some designs that are here are cut so I suggest you to click on the photos for fullsize versions.
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