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30 Superb Examples of Infographic Maps

WebDesigner Depot has compiled a list of 30 great infographic maps covering everything from interactive sites to posters, beer to Starbucks. Map illustrations are a dime a dozen however, a strong and balanced display of graphics, information, and colors is what makes an infographic stand out and reach its target audience effectively. As designers, we’re […]

Data360 – Open Visualizations

Got a presentation coming up and need some data for a graph?  Well, Data360 aims to please with their open data collection. Data360 is an open-source, non-profit and free website. The site hosts a common and shared database, from which any organization which is committed to neutrality and non-partisanship (meaning “let the data speak”), can […]

20 Essential Infographics & Data Visualization Blogs

Inspired Magazine has compiled another list of 20 infographic & visualization blogs on their site.  As usual, VizWorld didn’t make the cut, but it’s still a good list. In the tradition of Inspired Mag’s huge lists, here goes a new one – all the blogs with cool data visualization eye candy in the same place! […]

Top 10 technologies in graphics

PC Authority takes a stroll down memory lane and comes up with a list of their Top 10 technologies in graphics. This week, in light of recent news from Adobe, AMD and Intel we take a look at some of the graphics technologies that helped take computing out of the lab and into the hands […]

50 Great Examples of Data Visualization

WebDesigner Depot has a great list of great Data Visualizations.  It’s a bit dated (from June) but covers the range of music, social media, crime, and more. But data visualizations can make all of that much easier, allowing you to see the concepts that you’re learning about in a more interesting, and often more useful […]

AMD’s Top 11 Reasons for DirectX 11

AMD has updated their website with a list of 11 reasons why you should run out and buy a DirectX11 card today.  The list has some of the obviously marketing hype, but also a nice basic list of some of the new features in DX11.  The cliff notes version: Shader Model 5.0 Faster Frame Rates […]

Top 10 Augmented Reality Concept Games

Augmented Planet has compiled a 2-part list (part1, part 2) of Augmented Reality concept games.  None of the games on the list are publicly available yet, but it’s a great selection. Many of the games on the list we’ve covered before like Ahrrr.  So go check it out, and then make sure to browse the […]

Visualizing Environmental Factors

Alark Joshi has updated his website with a great collection of visualizations showing environmental factors. In this post, I focus on the use of visualization in conveying information regarding the environment, pollution, population effects on the planet and similar issues. The visualizations are particularly powerful and make us realize how much of an impact we […]

37 People You Should Follow for Infographics on Twitter

I’m gonna take the easy way out of Twitter’s #followfriday by referring to a great list compiled by Randy Krum on his Cool Infographics site, where he has collected a list of 37 people (36 if you don’t count VizWorld, you’re already following us right?) that talk about infographics on twitter. Instead of featuring an […]

Who’s Who in the After Effects World

Over at aetuts+, Topher Welsh has compiled a great list of famous names in the AfterEffects community with the likes of Creative Cow, Video Copilot, and more. We learn from a lot of people on the internet, but a lot of us don’t really know WHO they actually are. I have been fortunate enough to […]

12 Masters of Visual Storytelling

A picture’s worth a thousand words, right?  Well, in the modern age of digital photos, manipulation, and color correction, how many words do you think you can squeeze out of a picture?  MyModernMet has a great collection of 12 fantastic pictures from some of the most talented photographers in the industry, some of which are […]

Indiana InfoVis CyberInfrastructure Software List

Indiana University has posted a huge list of InfoVis software, libraries, and algorithms that are all freely available. This page provides pointers to commonly used data analysis and visualization algorithms. An ‘IVC Software Framework’ was implemented to facilitate the easy integration of diverse software packages and their menu driven usage. Many software packages are available […]