Search results for "map"
Contest Winners: The State of Education in Colorado

Contest Winners: The State of Education in ...

In December, we announced a visualization competition with Colorado Succeeds. The competition is finally over, and the ... keep reading
Visualizing a Year’s Worth of Time

Visualizing a Year’s Worth of Time

2013 is here, the world didn’t end, and as always, time marches onward. Time really doesn’t have any units ... keep reading
Hockey is Back!

Hockey is Back!

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

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

Looking at the Pieces: Using Symbols & Icons ...

Last month, Visually teamed up with Wiley & Sons Publishing to give away three free copies of Stories That Move ... keep reading
20 Great Interactive Visualizations of 2012

20 Great Interactive Visualizations of 2012

Static Infographics and Motion Graphics are great, but Interactive Visualizations and are where all the fun is. Another ... 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
Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Mariusz ‘Damage’ Bari

Visually Marketplace Designer Spotlight: Mariusz ...

Visually’s Marketplace connects thousands of designers with clients seeking to commission infographics and data ... 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
Interaction Design, MetroCard Art: Q&A With Nina Boesch

Interaction Design, MetroCard Art: Q&A With ...

Nina Boesch was designing and writing what looked like code before she got her first computer — and she was the first ... keep reading