4 Of Our Favourite Automotive Infographics from Around the Web

As infographic designers, we’re always looking at external examples of information design, animation and interactive content, both for inspiration and just because we’re all data nerds at heart. Recently, we’ve found a common interest in automotive infographics, as they’re often trickier to design in a way that’s either innovative, or makes a particularly dull subject…

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Visualising The Beatles Now Available!

A couple of years ago, my fellow director Rob Thomas and I launched a Kickstarter campaign to produce a single chapter of a book concept, entitled Visualising The Beatles. The limited edition chapter focused on a single album – Please Please Me – and acted as a proof of concept for our vision of an…

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White House Gets On Board With Infographics

You’ll no doubt have noticed the proliferation of infographics all over the internet, being used for everything from link-building tools to online sales tools. But what’s been interesting us of late is the growing use of the format in the world of politics; a trend that has grown more noticeable since the White House published…

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Is Hacker Group ‘Anonymous’ Attempting To Bring Down Facebook?

The much-publicised, shadowy collective of politically-motivated hackers known as Anonymous has, apparently, threatened to bring down Facebook on November 5th, a date synonymous with uprising and revolt (for those who know their British history anyway). In a video posted on YouTube, a distorted voice claiming to represent the ‘hacktivists’ warns of the upcoming hack on…

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ICANN Approves New Top-Level Domains

The Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has recently approved the addition of new Top-Level Domains (TLD’s), which will drastically alter the way the internet domains are structured. Previously, standard TLD’s were used for websites, basing them on a .com, .co.uk, .net (etc) domain depending on either the type of website (.tv for…

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