Anni Murray

How to Sell Under the Radar: Keeping Ads from Ruining a Great Infographic
How to Sell Under the Radar: Keeping Ads from Ruining a Great Infographic

There’s no mystery here: companies want to sell things. Increasingly, they’re turning to infographics to do it. But ... keep reading
Eye Candy: 20 Visual Recipes
Eye Candy: 20 Visual Recipes

We recently posted a collection of infographics to help you outfit your kitchen and that got us in the mood to do some ... keep reading
Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Simon Ramsey
Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Simon Ramsey

Visually’s Marketplace connects thousands of designers with clients seeking to commission infographics and data ... keep reading
Beer Infographics: Round Two
Beer Infographics: Round Two

St. Patrick’s day is upon us and if you’re planning to observe that holiday, chances are you’ll be ... keep reading
Art Fair Fare 2013
Art Fair Fare 2013

Art fair season is in full swing in NYC. This month alone brings Scope New York, The Art Show, the ... keep reading
It Showed Up Where? Some of the Most Intriguing Uses of Infographics
It Showed Up Where? Some of the Most Intriguing Uses of Infographics

Infographics have been around forever, but they’ve never been more popular than they are today. What used to be a ... keep reading
The Dark Side of Visual Storytelling: 5 Mistakes You Should Avoid
The Dark Side of Visual Storytelling: 5 Mistakes You Should Avoid

Visual storytelling is quickly emerging as one of the big buzz words of 2013. There’s absolutely nothing wrong ... keep reading
Illusions in Data Visualization
Illusions in Data Visualization

Data visualizations are effective ways for inputting information into a human’s brain, and as Visual Analytics ... keep reading
How to Go Viral, Every Time
How to Go Viral, Every Time

Everyone wants their content to go viral. It’s the holy grail of marketing. It can turn companies and product ... keep reading
Looking back 20 years to now: NYC 1993
Looking back 20 years to now: NYC 1993

Twenty years is an eternity in design. Case in point: designers use completely different technologies in their work— ... keep reading