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Persuasive Personal Information

The sessions from the From Business to Buttons conference in Malmö are made accessible as videos online. Matt Jones from Dopplr.com talks about Persuasive Personal Information and the approach he takes designing the Personal Annual Report on Dopplr.com. Read more

3 More Collections of Infographics

3 More Collections of Infographics

We've spotted 3 collections of information graphics on Flickr. For those who didn't already know, Flirck.com is an excellent tool for archiving, sharing and collecting images. All three collections are archives of graphics done by the uploader – Density Design, Good Magazine and Público. Read more

Straight Facts and InfoPorn

Straight Facts and InfoPorn

The Form Magazin has a extensive cover feature in about information visualization in this month's issue. Karianne Fogelberg wrote a great article about current trends in infographics and questions whether classic propositions for graphical solutions such as clearity, perceivability and accessability still get treated as the main objectives. Read more

Max Gadney – Information Graphics Processes

Max Gadney – Information Graphics Processes

We've recently come across the personal blog of Max Gadney. Max is Information and Interaction Designer from London, UK and works as Commissioning Executive in BBC Vision. Prior to that he was Head of Design and Audience Insight at the BBC News website. Apart from that he's an enthusiastic illustrator and writer for the WWII Magazine – his blog is like a sneak peek into his scrapbook. Read more

50 great examples of infographics

50 great examples of infographics

Francesco Mugnai has collected 50 sweet infographics. Some are newer, some are older but the collection is definitely an inspirational ressource if you plan to communicate information on a more visual level. Read more

Visualizing Obama’s economic stimulus plan

Visualizing Obama’s economic stimulus plan

Nathan over at FlowingData covers two visualizations of the economic stimulus plan by the Obama administration. CreditLoan's approach seems more intuitive while the version of the Washington Post goes deeper and visualizes the timeline of the spendings. Read more

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