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Museum of Math: Does Not Compute

Museum of Math: Does Not Compute

Nerds, rejoice. New York City’s Museum of Math opened its doors this weekend to open minds about math. MoMath, as ... keep reading

Fun With Venn Diagrams: The Visually Venn-A-Gram

Fun With Venn Diagrams: The Visually Venn-A-Gram

We wrote about how Venn diagrams aren’t just for fun, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t fun. Venn ... keep reading

Seeing is Believing: A Designerly “how-to” for “non-designers”

Seeing is Believing: A Designerly “how-to” for “non-designers”

Mark D. West is one of the authors on Stories That Move Mountains, a book about using stories and visuals to make top ... keep reading

20 Great Motion Graphics of 2012

20 Great Motion Graphics of 2012

The story of 2012 wasn’t just told in static infographics. There were also a lot of motion graphics created this ... keep reading

How to Fake It: Before Photoshop

How to Fake It: Before Photoshop

Before there was Photoshop, there were paints, staging, scissors and glue. The Metropolitan Museum of ... keep reading

Visualization Contest: The State of Education in Colorado

Visualization Contest: The State of Education in Colorado

Yesterday, we announced the launch of an infographic competition with the Guardian Datablog and UNESCO’s GMR. ... keep reading

Infographic Contest: Youth Skills Work

Infographic Contest: Youth Skills Work

This week is contest week on the Visually blog. We are launching 4 contests this week for everyone from designers to ... keep reading

20 Great Infographics of 2012

20 Great Infographics of 2012

2012 has certainly been an eventful year, with everything from elections, to olympics, to scientific breakthroughs, to ... keep reading

Winners of the PEJ Economist Infographic Challenge

Winners of the PEJ Economist Infographic Challenge

With Visually’s help, The Economist Group and the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in ... keep reading

Building Politics Into Architecture

Building Politics Into Architecture

Like Data Visualization, Architecture and design are often located at the commercial, pragmatic end of the art ... keep reading