Infographic with no information
Information graphics reveal a big amount of information. It filters what is important, establishes relationships and enables the viewer to construct meaningful knowledge. As it has been increasingly used, it has become more and more complex.
Today information graphics surround us in the media, in published works both pedestrian and scientific, in road signs and manuals. They illustrate information that would be unwieldy in text form, and act as a visual shorthand for everyday concepts.
These are some examples of my own that I used to explain an architecture project I designed at Illinois Institute of Technology: Hostel and Arts Center, Queretaro (Mexico)
Courtyard Analysis. Indoor activity, ventilation and daylight.
Hostel analysis: Positive and negative aspects.
Types of people who are and will use the space.
Local context analysis: Materials, textures and colour.
Anything is better explained through an infographic. Since I recently had to design some infographics I compiled some of the best I found online when I was trying to get inspired. Hope they are helpful to you aswell!
A useful webpage for infographic inspiration is: http://dailyinfographic.com/
Beautiful infographics! Have always been a sucker for nice design! 😉 Do you mind if I repost on my blog?
Of course 🙂
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gorgeous graphics! really draws you in…so much more communicative than endless text. and all with a funky, retro vibe – very lovely work.
Lovely, lovely design. These graphics are quite attractive and easy to read.
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