Category / infographics

There are no perfect election results visualizations

By Bill Keaggy

What is the best way to represent election returns? We've got simple vote tallies, colored maps, pie and bar charts, and other data visualizations... but just like our democracy, none are perfect.

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10/27/20 7:57 AM

Infographics, communication, visual thinking, data, information design, Data visualization, visualization, vote

How to confront racism within your circle

By Tremendousness

Hard times aren’t helped by empty gestures, so we’re offering some clear and direct tips to help non-Black people confront and discuss racism and what’s been going on.

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6/16/20 4:21 PM

Infographics, understanding, Books, communication, visual thinking, empathy, learning, visual storytelling, racism, infobits

Move your ideas forward with virtual (and visual!) collaboration

By Bill Keaggy

Facilitated, real-time virtual collaboration gives structure and direction to important remote meetings. Guided exercises help teams discover and align. Live sketching brings your ideas to life.

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5/15/20 10:25 AM

Infographics, meeting, collaboration, visual thinking, information design, Live sketching, visual storytelling, visualization, remote, virtual collaboration, covidchronicles

What is information design (these days)?

By Bill Keaggy

The term 'information design' sounds academic, but it's really egalitarian. Its entire purpose is to explain something so people can take informed action.

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2/7/20 8:26 AM

infodesign, Infographics, Animation & video, magazine, charts, information design, Data visualization, newspaper

‘Size matters’: designing large-scale graphics and animations

By Bill Keaggy

We've been working with a fast-moving company called Niche. They provide development, implementation, and support for system architectures that better enable law enforcement agencies to serve their communities.

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10/30/19 12:12 PM

advertising, Infographics, animation, visual storytelling

Storytelling with data: Improve your data presentations to communicate effectively

By Bill Keaggy

Your data has a story to tell. Sometimes, it’s known or obvious. But other times, as you begin to dig into it, you find an entirely new or unexpected story. Here’s how to make the most of it using visual storytelling.

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8/14/19 1:51 PM

illustration, Infographics, storytelling, visual thinking, data, information design, presentation, Data visualization, visual storytelling, visualization

Iteration, iteration, iteration... exultation!

By Bill Keaggy

Some infographic projects go so smoothly you wonder if you missed something. Some are more of a challenge.

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8/13/19 8:35 AM

Infographics, napkin, blueprint, process, tremendousness, visual thinking, clients, information design, visualization

Beyond words—why you should use visual storytelling for your next big idea

By Bill Keaggy

Lots of us—whether businesspeople, teachers, innovators, or even parents—rely heavily on our words to explain important, complex things. But words alone aren’t enough.

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7/18/19 3:43 PM

Infographics, communication, editorial, visuals, Presentations, visual storytelling, visualization, ROI, words

Infographics help make health & wellness content accessible

By Bill Keaggy

Learn how infographics are valuable in healthcare and can help teach, communicate, and (sometimes) even overcome language barriers.

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6/18/19 10:12 AM

health, Infographics, wellness, business, research, information design, science, healthcare, medical

How to use infographics in your next marketing campaign

By Tremendousness

Marketing campaigns can come to life in many ways, but using visuals to convey your message can make your campaign even more successful. Learn why infographics may be your best tool to communicate in an engaging and effective way.

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2/26/19 11:21 AM

Infographics, sales, marketing, campaign

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