Todays MOTD is another in our series of get to know a sport and comes to us from award winning infographic designer Scott Nychay. He designed this graphic for the Northwest Herald, an Illinois newspaper and it represents an excellent standard in newsprint infographic design.
Today’s MOTD represents what our blog and company is all about, explaining how the infographic experiance and visual communication accelerates decision making due higher information retention rates. This graphic was created by Darning Pixels, Inc.
Today’s MOTD comes to us from Brandon Oxendine, a graphic design freelancer and student at Winthrop university. This graphic uses my one of my favorite design elements, blackboarding, to clearly and colorfully show multivariant data relating to everything from the condition, to the color and age of a cross section of vehicles in parking lots.
Truly a well designed infographic. My only comment would be that I would like the 5 images to be bigger and with the percent number inside the each graphic section. This would eliminate the need for the text on the right, while still providing the same amount of information. Oh and the title could be changed to ‘Vehicles’, as it pertains not only to cars…just being picky ;-), great job!
Today’s MOTD is truly a gem in terms of content for our board. Paul Foreman, who’s blog and terrific resource located at http://www.mindmapinspiration.com/, created this mind map, mapping how to create a mind map.
You can use his wireframe to mind map anything. You can see other examples of mind maps on our site, but i urge you to check out his site, truly exceptional!
Today’s MOTD was created by Golden Section Graphics for Germany’s 60th birthday celebration since the foundation of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949.
The original graphic was done in German for a magazine, however in the English version the three graphs have been cut out and arranged.
Es ist ein schones infographik, ja?