1-10 of 22 published in July 2012
The Visual.ly Olympics

The Visual.ly Olympics

Design

With the beginning of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, we’ve seen a huge influx of visualizations focused on ... keep reading
Health Data Visualization Contest Winners

Health Data Visualization Contest Winners

Design

The Visual.ly Health Data Visualization Contest is over and the vote is in! If you missed it, rest easy — there ... keep reading
45 Ways to Communicate Two Quantities

45 Ways to Communicate Two Quantities

Design

Back in 2010, I was giving a workshop on interactive data visualization in Lima, Perú, discussing whether a dataset ... keep reading
The Fine Line In a Gray Area: When to Use Line vs Area Charts

The Fine Line In a Gray Area: When to Use Line vs Area Charts

Design

Line charts and area charts are very closely related. They are both good for time series data. They both show ... keep reading
Mountain Biking Adventures Visualized

Mountain Biking Adventures Visualized

Fun

Last week, the Visual.ly team went mountain biking. Here is our experience visualized.
Visual.ly Meetup: Creating Viral Infographics

Visual.ly Meetup: Creating Viral Infographics

Updates

Some infographics go viral; others don’t. To understand why this happens, you need to have an intimate ... keep reading
Using Infographics to Educate the World About Human Rights

Using Infographics to Educate the World About Human Rights

Storytelling

As individuals, we may disagree on many issues, from philosophy to politics, to what constitutes proper nutrition. But ... keep reading
Speedometer Design: Why It Works

Speedometer Design: Why It Works

Design

Gregor Aisch’s post last week on speedometer design hit close to home for me. My dad has been an automotive ... keep reading
Visual.ly Launches Social Network for Data Visualization

Visual.ly Launches Social Network for Data Visualization

Updates

With 32,000 designers signed up on Visual.ly and a couple million people returning each month to explore and share ... keep reading