We close this third week dedicated to the Olympics with a selection of some of most impressive newspaper infographics made around the event. These designs come from different countries but they’re all unique in their visual approach, elevating the term ‘infographic’ to a whole different level. The works presented here where found on the portfolios of information designers Julio Lara, Marcelo Duhalde, Julio Miguel Lago, Alberto Lucas López and The Times of Oman.
Every four years, there’s a new discussion around how technology impacts the Olympics, and this year, there’s no question that both Mobile and Social Media have taken the ‘Gold’, as far as major technological changes. Today’s Daily Viz from Visual Loop looks at those impacts, with a help from Pappas Group, Foat Mobile Learning, Esendex, Networked Insights and Acme Packet.
Today we’ll be featuring some recent infographics that show different aspects of the Olympic history. The greatest records, the most iconic buildings of all time and the many designs of the Olympic gold medal are just dome of the topics brought to you by Brand Talking, Arch Daily, Harvard, Complex and Fitbie.
Another Daily Viz from Visual Loop dedicated to the Olympics, this time featuring a couple of submissions to the Visualising.org‘s Challenge, by Andy Kirk and Christian Gross. After that, Ria Niovosti takes a look at the cost of the London Games, The Guardian shows every Olympic medal and medalist in history, and to close, a beautiful infographic from The Times of Oman.
Well, there’s simply no way we could stop talking about the Olympics – even after two straight week. But the amount of infographics being produced is really impressive (our Pinterest board has over 100 and new ones are being submitted to us everyday). So, we decided to go with the flow, and keep sharing works from all over the world. Today’s infographics come from Blue Fin Labs, Design Training, Policy Expert, Click Software and Credit Season.
And the big day has arrived. The Opening Ceremony will mark the beginning of the Olympics in a few hours, and we close this week of Daily Viz from Visual Loop with more interactive graphics from different countries. This selection is part of the 40 Interactive graphics to explore article, published on our main site. Today’s selection comes from BBC Spain, Marca (Spain), Globo (Brazil) and Época (Brazil).
Time to bring some international graphics in this two-week stream of data visualizations about the Olympics. We’ve actually compiled over 40 interactive graphics, featuring some of those same graphics. We choose five examples for today’s Daily Viz from Visual Loop, provided by the teams at CNN México, La Informacion, Terra Chile and 20 Minutos.
Our Daily Viz from Visual Loop starts today with the design history of the Olympic Gold Medal, courtesy of Complex, and then a couple of interesting questions about this year’s games. Will the weather hold out during London Olympics 2012, is hosting the Olympics good for a city and how will we watch the 2012 Olympics? Andrew Sykes, Information Builders and Tech Bargains help us answering them, and we close with The Washington Post‘s interactive graphic about the age ranges of U.S. Olympic athletes.
As we come closer to the the opening ceremony, new visualizations and infographics about the Olympics make their way in the Internet. Among the most recent ones are these works we bring you on today’s Daily Viz from Visual Loop, courtesy of Ben Willers, Infografika magazine, The Times of Oman and Global Post.
Starting this second week dedicated to the Olympics, several infographics about the impact of technology in this year’s Games, courtesy of Social Media Delivered, the International Olympic Committee, FreshEgg, Hotel Cheap and iProspects. Is social media really going to be that big? And what about mobile? Find out on today’s Daily Viz from Visual Loop.