Climate Change is Rewriting the History Books is an infographic from Climate Central that uses a heatmap design style to show how average temperatures have changed over the last 137 years.
I was finally able to get my own printed copy of the Chinese translated version of the Cool Infographics book!
534 Apple Products on One Giant Poster are included in The Insanely Great History of Apple 3.0 poster from Pop Chart Lab.
I'll be giving my talk "What is Good DataViz Design?" at the Big Data Bootcamp in Dallas, May 5-7, 2017 at the Irving Convention Center.
Expert Interview – Data Visualization & Infographics Last week I was interviewed for a new article by Dade Paper all about Data Visualization and Infographics design.
When you are promoting your product through social media platforms, you want to make sure you are setting yourself up for success.
For the April Giveaway, I have a signed copy of the Data Visualization Toolkit by Barrett Clark. Register on the Giveaways Page by April 30th to be entered. From Amazon: Data Visualization Toolkit is your hands-on, practical, and holistic guide to the art of visualizing data.
Don't miss your chance to register for the Giveaway in March! I have one SIGNED COPY of the new infographics book Visualising The Beatles by John Pring and Rob Thomas!
Iconography of Ink, created by Stylight.com, maps out 90 celebrity tattoos and their connections to one another.
Are you in charge of scheduling meetings? We all know that nobody tends to like meetings. But you can use the Will Your Meeting Suck flowchart from Join Me to help schedule your next meeting.
The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Juicer infographic from Juice Producer introduces you to the benefits for juicing and helps you decide what types of juicer is best for you.
Yep, it's a Map of America’s Diversity using the genetic data from the analysis of saliva samples. Ancestry.com gathed the data from 770,000 salva samples.
Official Vehicles of the President of the United States is an infographic from TitleMax showing the evolution of the vehicles used by Presidents throughout our history.
The Washington Post recently published this simple but very effective visual explanation of Gerrymandering: How to steal an election: a visual guide Gerrymandering -- drawing political boundaries to give your party a numeric advantage over an opposing party -- is a difficult process to explain.
The O'Reilly Design Conference will run from March 19-22, 2017 in San Francisco, CA. Cool Infographics readers can get 20% OFF the registration cost by using this LINK and the discount code PCCOOL It’s no longer enough to solve creative problems well; designers must also be business-literate and tech-savvy.
Codebases: Millions of Lines of Code is another great infographic from David McCandless and Information Is Beautiful showing the massive complexity of today's modern apps and programs.
A Year At The Wheel. If you are an owner of an Automatic connected car adapter, they create a personalized infographic with your own custom data.
Coulor Lovers has done some etensive research on typography and has compiled it into their Bold & Justified: The Huge World of Typography infographic.
Logos are very important for a company's image, it needs to be simple and memorable. The Evolution of Technology Company Logos infographic from Vizion Online shows a few companies that have very recognizable logos.
The Alternative Periodic Table is a new project from Matt Baker at UsefulCharts being funded through a Kickstarter campaign that ends on February 9, 2017.