How to Think Visually — Cool Infographics
How to Think Visually Using Visual Analogies infographic from Anna Vital gives a great variety of examples for anyone to use when you create your own graphics. It begins with the most recognizable visuals, circle graphs and diagrams. Further down are abstract analogies. They are
당신이 재난에서 살아남기 위한 최소한의 것들, "생존배낭"
I dont understand the caption. Lol but looks familiar to me.-------생존배낭이라는 글씨의 글씨체를 딱딱하고 강조하는 느낌을 준다. 그 밑에 배낭에 들어가야할 물건들의 그림을 넣어줌으로써 더욱 의미전달이 잘 되는것같다.
Blog about information graphics. A range of subjects including infographics created by SCMP graphics department and Simon Scarr.
This is Visual Journalism  - Visualoop
Today we return to our usual round ups of infographics published recently in newspapers and magazines around the world, and while there were several topics that could be highlighted as our opening picks, none has been more intensively illustrated as the terrible accident with Germanwings Flight 9525. The circumstances of the accident itself were particularly …
A visual representation that highlights Galileo Galilei’s network of relationships through the analysis of the exchange of letters with his contemporaries.
How do you feel, Italy? | Health
The national health care system aims to improve the health and lives of citizens through care activities, education and prevention. Italy has a publically owned health system, offering a high level of training for people involved in the medical, nursing and research and technology fields. These principals emerge in comparison with other countries from outside the European Union. The professionalism of the system is reflected in the quality of the infrastructure and services offered. Are we…