Hi there! Welcome to module 6 of Nicework’s Presentation Design Masterclass. So far, we’ve covered presentation planning, document setup, fonts, colours, and imagery. What a mouthful! Today, we’re looking at charts and graphs – how they can be used to further your big idea, and when to leave them behind. Make sure you read to the end of the post […]
Exploring the nutritional value of what we eat, Ryan MacEachern makes sense of the data in a visual way.
How much data is too much data, and can the myriad factors, often so unique, that make up our world really be summed up by data? Inforgraphics proliferate, and claim to tell us things about ourselves and our world in ever increasingly innovative and beautiful ways. But what’s really at the heart of these […]
The five coloured interlocking rings of the Olympic Games has become an instantly recognisable icon of the annual event. Originally designed in 1912 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, who was also the founder of the modern Olympic Games, each ring stands for the one of the five participating continents: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania. […]
A “passionate multidisciplinary designer and art director, working across a diverse range of projects”. We think she is rather talented. Take a look at her splendid work.
If you are a fan of infographics and data visualization you probably know of The Feltron Report. Each year Nicholas Felton documents his life through beautifully designed statistical infographics. The 2010 report is slightly different. Instead of focusing on himself he decided to documented his father’s life from 1929-2010, using archival documents, objects and photographs. […]