Tag Archives: visualization
Posted on 18. Nov, 2011 by admin.
I simply love this infographic I produced with Visual.ly, it was a blast to work on. Mojang was nice enough to provide us with some sales data and the rest was all joydom as I am a minecraft fan myself. Wish I had more time to play! Also thanks to Drew Skau, our resident minecraft […]
Posted on 29. Dec, 2009 by admin.
Now this one was really fun to do for Rasmussen College. Density is a concept that can be hard to conceptualize. You can have to bricks of something the same size, yet one is 10 lbs and the other 1,000 lbs. So I created a standard format to help visualize the density of all kinds […]
Posted on 27. Apr, 2009 by admin.
Another flowcap of the process of creating an infographic. This time its much shorter, about 1 minute. It turns out that watching the creation non-linear infographics is not as exciting in fast motion as more of the all-in-one infographics. The previous flowcap video is here. View in fullscreen. As you can see this project was […]
Posted on 05. Jan, 2009 by admin.
Many aspects of this graphic can apply to the rest of the Big Three but I focused on GM since they are in the most dire position. GM has many woes, the least of which is a shortfall of money, so why do people think that an infusion of cash will do anything but prolong […]
Posted on 26. Nov, 2008 by admin.
Here is some client work I did for SloshSpot. Essentially it’s one point of data, the amount of beer consumed in the US annually, only it is envisioned in several different ways. Very large numbers are difficult to conceptualize and very large volumes, areas ,and other measurements are even further out of the minds grasp. […]
Posted on 20. Oct, 2008 by admin.
A few weeks ago, I covered some of the bizarre and obtuse visuals coming out of the difference branches of the military. Well today, I posed some questions to a member of the Pentagon’s “Engine Room;” a new group within the Department of Defense’s Comptroller’s Office whose focus is briefing creation and analytics. The Engine […]
Posted on 15. Sep, 2008 by admin.
In my research for the Death and Taxes poster I come across all sorts of charts and graphs. The are graphics produced by people in the pentagon, a half trillion dollar enterprise. While some are simple and to the point, others have gone off the deep end of visualization methods. Next week I will be […]