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12 Infographics to Help You Prepare for and Celebrate Thanksgiving

12 Infographics to Help You Prepare for and Celebrate Thanksgiving

Design

Surrounding yourself with people you love and eating delicious food is a fun and comforting experience. In preparation ... keep reading
Don’t Turn Your Video Into a Glorified Slideshow: 3 Rules for Animators

Don’t Turn Your Video Into a Glorified Slideshow: 3 Rules for Animators

Storytelling

Businessweek Design Conference Concept Animation from jot Reyes on Vimeo. With the trend towards cleaner, simpler, and ... keep reading
Breaking Bad Graphic Shows Character Interconnectedness via Social Graph

Breaking Bad Graphic Shows Character Interconnectedness via Social Graph

Data

Note: Minor Breaking Bad spoilers below. Read at your own risk.   At Visual.ly, we’re big fans of using ... keep reading
5 Design Lessons for Adults from Chip Kidd’s New Book for Kids

5 Design Lessons for Adults from Chip Kidd’s New Book for Kids

Design

Iconic graphic designer Chip Kidd recently released Go: A Kidd’s Guide to Graphic Design. It’s an ... keep reading
How Do Our Brains Process Infographics? MIT “Mongrel” Shows Peripheral Vision at Work

How Do Our Brains Process Infographics? MIT “Mongrel” Shows Peripheral Vision at Work

Design

Infographics can contain a wealth of useful, interesting, and captivating information, but only if readers take the ... keep reading
What Makes a Visually Staff Pick?

What Makes a Visually Staff Pick?

Design

Each day, the graphics submitted to Visually are examined by our staff for shining examples of good work. The best are ... keep reading
What’s In a Pumpkin Pie? These Pumpkin Pie Charts Tell All

What’s In a Pumpkin Pie? These Pumpkin Pie Charts Tell All

Data

It’s become a tradition here at Visually to carve a pumpkin for Halloween — and then turn it into pie. Last ... keep reading
How Does Data Visualization Work?

How Does Data Visualization Work?

Design

We work with data visualizations so much at Visually, that we often forget not everyone is as familiar with them as we ... keep reading