Monthly Archives: April 2013

You can do it too!

Here’s a graphic produced by my hometown Chicago Tribune. It’s a nice illustration, and I think it fits the bill in terms of being informative and appealing to look it. But, it’s not particularly complex. I mean, I’m pretty sure … Continue reading

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It’s not all about the news.

Obviously the focus of this class is about making graphics for news organizations. That’s an incredibly important aspect of graphics work, but it’s certainly not the be-all, end-all. After the jump, take a look at an (admittedly) long graphic that shows you … Continue reading

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10 years for Apple’s iTunes

I happened to be browsing on iTunes when I clicked on its 10-year celebration ad. The time created is simple, but effective. The panel effective lets you view the milestones in each year without being overwhelmed by 10 years worth … Continue reading

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Gun suicide and homicide: statistics shaped by race

(interactive link is below) I think this is a great perspective in looking into gun suicide and homicide. It was interesting to see the statistics about the number of people who died from guns whether it being a suicide or … Continue reading

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Who’s Who in Iron Man 3

This is cool!http://www.wired.com/underwire/2013/04/iron-man/?cid=7475324

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Wealth Inequality in America

This is a great video graphic that I came across recently.  After coming to the States, I have always been puzzled by the definition of  “middle class” and “fat cats” in this country. I have asked many Americans how much … Continue reading

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A cup of tea?

This is a great graphic, very informative and the layout is very clean and in order. The graphic combines delicately the timeline, famous brand, and other information. It’s really hard for me to critique this graphic.

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