17 “Excellent” Infographics…or are they?
If you have read my earlier post, you’ll recall that I bemoaned the fact that some of the so-called infographics coming out these days are just not making the grade.
This evening, my good reader, I came across a blog post that showed seventeen examples of “excellent” infographics.
Initially, I was excited by what I saw, but then, on closer examination, I actually discovered that while some of the infographics were, indeed, visually exciting and really “painted a picture”, some of them were just statistics with a coloured graph.
Here’s my review of them…
Infographic #1, #2, #3, #4, and #5 were prime examples of what I have been saying. They give you information in a great way and add value, rather than making you think “D’uh – you could have just given me the raw statistics, or information.”
Infographic #6 and #7: “D’uh – you could have just given me the raw statistics.”
Infographic #8, #9 and #10: Are great representations of the data.They made me really study them to try and get more information out of them.
Infographic #11 and #12 were poor. These were just numbers. That’s all. I wasn’t stimulated to think about what I was looking at. (In short – they were boring).
Infographic #13, #14, #15 and #16. I like these ones. The information present, again, caused me to stop, while my neurons, and synapses, sprang into life.
Infographic #17. At the risk of repeating myself “D’uh – you could have just given me the raw statistics.”
Have a look at the post (click here), and let me know, in the comments, if you agree with what I have said.
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