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The Maps Are Art

The Maps Are Art

Design

The Map As Art, an exhibition at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, fortifies what many artists and data ... keep reading
Visualizing a Year’s Worth of Time

Visualizing a Year’s Worth of Time

Design

2013 is here, the world didn’t end, and as always, time marches onward. Time really doesn’t have any units ... keep reading
Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Mohit Lakhmani

Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Mohit Lakhmani

Design

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

Hockey is Back!

Design

The NHL owners and players finally agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement last Sunday, so fans no longer have ... keep reading
Motion Graphics: Q&A with J.R. Schmidt

Motion Graphics: Q&A with J.R. Schmidt

Design

J.R. Schmidt is a 23-year-old senior motion designer and 3-D artist at Firstborn, a digital ad agency in New York City. ... keep reading
How to Get Noticed by a Creative Director: Notes from a Thousand Portfolios

How to Get Noticed by a Creative Director: Notes from a Thousand Portfolios

Design

source Part of my role as Creative Director at Visual.ly is to evaluate infographic designer candidates and make sure ... keep reading
Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Niege Borges

Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Niege Borges

Design

Visually’s Marketplace connects thousands of designers with clients seeking to commission infographics and data ... keep reading
Looking at the Pieces: Using Symbols & Icons in Your Visual Story

Looking at the Pieces: Using Symbols & Icons in Your Visual Story

Design

Last month, Visually teamed up with Wiley & Sons Publishing to give away three free copies of Stories That Move ... keep reading
The Moonshiner Lights Up Newspapers

The Moonshiner Lights Up Newspapers

Design

Newspapers may be dying, but two artists would like them to live on — as art. Peter J. Hoffmeister and Jack Laughner ... keep reading
The Chart that Wasn’t There: Avoiding Disappearing Plots in Presentations

The Chart that Wasn’t There: Avoiding Disappearing Plots in Presentations

Design

The first rule for creating effective data visualizations is: Do No Harm to Your Story. The business of making charts ... keep reading