Some really interesting stuff here. It’s a policy area we’ve been working in for a while and I’m not sure some of this is is accepted wisdom. Visualising the Creative Economy
I was commissioned once again by LGC magazine to produce some infographics and visualisations for their survey on the government’s “Big Society” campaign. This involved crunching some data and repackaging it in an entirely new and exciting flavour. Essentially turning statistics into a series of lovely images.
I was commissioned by local government-focused magazine LGC to design an A1-sized wall chart illustrating the individuals who will form the new Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition government. Given the magazine’s focus, the chart focuses in more detail on the government ministers and advisors with council roots or experience in local government relevant to the readership. The […]
[SWF]https://www.visualevolution.co.uk/infographics/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/boroughs.swf, 630, 900[/SWF] This infographic is designed to illustrate how it is possible to crunch large amounts of data into a relatively small screen space, by using flash. Buttons allow the user to view the performance of London boroughs in terms of 4 key poverty indicators. The results are mapped over an image of central […]