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Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Jason X Esteban

Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Jason X Esteban

Visually’s Marketplace connects thousands of designers with clients seeking to commission infographics and data ... keep reading

Sharks: Deadly or Endangered?

Sharks: Deadly or Endangered?

Sharks and humans have a complex relationship. We have a respect and reverence for these ocean dwellers, partially out ... keep reading

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Pixels

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Pixels

Most design is done on computers, but designers don’t necessarily want it to look that way. Hal Lasko is a little ... keep reading

Dissecting Staff Picks: Listen to Wikipedia

Dissecting Staff Picks: Listen to Wikipedia

Each day, the graphics submitted to Visually are examined by our staff for shining examples of good work. The best are ... keep reading

Looks Matter: How Art Serves Data Science

Looks Matter: How Art Serves Data Science

When we create data visualizations, we put a lot of effort into either crafting a story or enabling users to analyze a ... keep reading

Good Presentation Technique: Layering

Good Presentation Technique: Layering

Far too many of the hundreds of presentations I’ve seen in economics and public policy have relied too much on text ... keep reading

Growth Hacking with Infographics: A Peek Inside Visually

Growth Hacking with Infographics: A Peek Inside Visually

Growthhacker.tv’s Bronson Taylor recently invited me to discuss how we use our marketplace to promote growth of ... keep reading

Chart ALL The Things!

Chart ALL The Things!

Since humans developed language, we have been naming, categorizing, and classifying the things around us. Building ... keep reading

Typography’s Best for 2013

Typography’s Best for 2013

All types of styles and serifs and sans were on display at the Type Directers Club‘s 59th communication design ... keep reading

The Federal Budget, Visualized: Death and Taxes 2014

The Federal Budget, Visualized: Death and Taxes 2014

Ten years ago, I created the first in what would become a hugely popular series of annual visualizations of the federal ... keep reading