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Should You Work for Free?

Should You Work for Free? Should You Work for Free?

Jessica Hische has created this lovely flowchart that makes it easier for creatives to decide whether they should work for free or not. Read more

Notabilia Visualizes Deletion Discussions on Wikipedia

Notabilia Visualizes Deletion Discussions on Wikipedia Notabilia Visualizes Deletion Discussions on Wikipedia

To celebrate Wikipedia's 10th Birthday Notabilia investigates the "Article for Deletion" discussions by the editors. The two interactive visualizations show the 100 longest discussions about articles that eventually got kept or deleted. Read more

Rebirth of Rails

Rebirth of Rails Rebirth of Rails

GE has teamed up again with the guys over at The Barbarian Group to create another fantastic video for The GE Show called Rebirth of Rails. The concept of dynamic breaking gets illustrated using super slow motion captures of colliding objects of varying weights. Read more

Visualizing Friendships on Facebook

Visualizing Friendships on Facebook Visualizing Friendships on Facebook

Paul Butler analyzed the relationships of cities around the world through the eyes of Facebook. Read more

Visualizing a CFO Outlook

Visualizing a CFO Outlook Visualizing a CFO Outlook

For GE, Lisa Strausfeld from Pentagram shows with the CFO Outlook Survey how financial executives view the world today and their outlook for the months ahead. Read more

Google Zeitgeist 2010

Google Zeitgeist 2010 Google Zeitgeist 2010

With this years Zeitgeist application, Google captures the spirit of 2010. Read more

Paths of Flight

Paths of Flight Paths of Flight

The folks at GE Aviation have produced this awesome video for The GE Show called Paths of Flight. The paths during take-off and landing are illustrated with layered video sequences in a beautifully produced short clip. Read more

Visualizing Geometrical Complexity

Visualizing Geometrical Complexity Visualizing Geometrical Complexity

Peter Crnokrak from The Luxury of Protest has recently released another great visualization. It's a poster of the 421 polytope — one of the most geometrically complex structures in mathematics. Read more

Visualizing the 2010 Afghan Elections

Visualizing the 2010 Afghan Elections Visualizing the 2010 Afghan Elections

We are happy to announce that Interactive Things is currently working together with Democracy International on their Election Observation Mission to Afghanistan 2010. Getting insights is key to this project, therefore we strive to contribute clear, readable and understandable visualizations. Read more

Illustrating Information with Photography

Illustrating Information with Photography Illustrating Information with Photography

Caleb Charland uses an extremely simple way to communicate information: He just shows it. Read more

Having Fun With Taxonomies

Having Fun With Taxonomies Having Fun With Taxonomies

New York based graphic design studio POP CHART LAB has two awesome posters for sale: The Grand Taxonomy of Rap Names and The Very Many Variety of Beers. Read more

Skimming 2,000 Ideas

Skimming 2,000 Ideas Skimming 2,000 Ideas

GE has published the submissions to their recent Ecomagination Challenge. Instead of an ordered list, they created an interactive visualization that allows a more playful way of browsing through the submitted 2000+ ideas. Read more

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