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Simon Rogers: “Infographics are just as much journalism as a written piece is”

Beautiful infographics are great to look at but they don’t mean a thing without good data. We caught up with Guardian data journalist and recent XCity Award winner Simon Rogers to talk infographics from a data point of view. Hi Simon! … Continue reading

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Nymphographics – Sex by numbers

Sex. If we’re not doing it, we’re talking about it. Or we’re thinking about it. Or we’re thinking about thinking about it. Do I get enough? Too much? Am I inadequate? Am I good in bed? Was I too young … Continue reading

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Still confused about Inception? Here’s a handy guide!

Other than being one of my all-time favourite films and winning 4 gongs at the 2011 Oscars, Inception is also bloody confusing. Once again, infographics to the rescue! Created by dehahs and showcased on deviantart.com, this infographic clearly denotes whose … Continue reading

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UK arms to the Middle East – An infographic breakdown

UK exports to the Middle East has come into focus recently and this infographic from the Guardian shows just how much we have been exporting to each of the countries in the region. Good points: 1 – The use of … Continue reading

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Case Study: 5 ways to convey information without words

This is a great infographic that shows the state of the average American diet: Note the many methods used to convey information in an easy-to-understand format: 1 – By using a circular representation for the quantities of foods consumed, the … Continue reading

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