Good example of an infographic with a lot of visual impact, but low level of effort or technical knowledge required. Comparing Democratic and Republican tax plans – Washington Post
Baseball teams charted simply by record and payroll. The Devil Rays and Marlins are getting the most bang for their buck. My Yankees? Not so much. salary vs performance – ben fry
Beautiful New York Times infographics, crisp and clear. via newsdesigner.com. Megan Jaegerman’s brilliant news graphics – Ask E.T.
Simple, clean infographic – no database, no movement, just four sets of useful information to be clicked on. I wouldn’t mind being able to click on a country, though. A closer look: What the FDA refused in one week – USATODAY.com
Data + Flash presentation + search = a damn fine, usable, informational package. Any thought of doing it for a few other presidents as well? Chart the use of the word “nuclear” in Reagan’s speeches? The State of the Union in Words: A Look at the 34,000 State of the Union Words Delivered of George […]
Beautiful maps of geographical distribution of wealth in American cities. Tests the donut theory, replaces it with more of a slice of pie. radicalcartography – city income donuts
Awesome Flash infographic. 2006 Election Guide – Senate, House and Governors’ Races from The New York Times – New York Times