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Legalizing Marijuana: 14 Infographics That Explain the Issues

Legalizing Marijuana: 14 Infographics That Explain the Issues

Design

Marijuana is becoming a major legislative issue in the United States. Just last week, Colorado and Washington state ... keep reading
20 Infographics About James Bond: Shaken, Not Stirred

20 Infographics About James Bond: Shaken, Not Stirred

Design

James Bond had small beginnings in the world of fiction when Ian Fleming first wrote about him in 1953. Once his ... keep reading
Election Day!

Election Day!

Design

U.S. Election day is here! Immense amounts of work have led up to the decisions that get made today. Aside from ... keep reading
Visualization in Crises

Visualization in Crises

Design

Hurricane Sandy has been detrimental to the northeast US, including NYC. Many information designers are based in the ... keep reading
Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Design

We couldn’t pass up the opportunity to carve a pumpkin with our own logo here, at Visually. In the slideshow ... keep reading
VisWeek Poster: Beatles Genome Project

VisWeek Poster: Beatles Genome Project

Design

Just because we consume music mainly with our ears – not eyes – doesn’t mean it cannot be visualized. ... keep reading
3D’s Best Chance in Visualization

3D’s Best Chance in Visualization

Tools

For charts, visualization is best done in 2D. Introducing 3D into a standard chart often causes problems of area ... keep reading
VisWeek 2012 Art Show

VisWeek 2012 Art Show

Design

VisWeek is a computer science conference. It’s filled to the brim with computer scientists talking about their ... keep reading
Reporting From VisWeek 2012: Best Practices in BioVis

Reporting From VisWeek 2012: Best Practices in BioVis

Design

Visualization is rapidly becoming a tool used in a wide range of disciplines. Biology and Bioinformatics have recently ... keep reading
Zombie Apocalypse? 19 Infographics to Help You Survive

Zombie Apocalypse? 19 Infographics to Help You Survive

Design

October is a month for spooks. Trees lose their leaves and look creepy. Pumpkins ripen and are carved into glowing-grin ... keep reading