This is an infographic timeline Im working on. It was for the Tsunami and Earthquake that happened in Japan. Inspired by: http://www.digitalsurgeons.com/japan-earthquake-tsunami-infographic/
almost 2 years ago
Great work man I did something similar a few months back! http://www.flickr.com/photos/mricono/5692620411/sizes/l/in/photostream/
@Joel Alan Keightley Nice!. I really like the grid style.
Looks familiar... haha... glad to see you put it up man... I loved this when you showed it in class
Great work Daniel!
looks very "inspired" from http://www.digitalsurgeons.com/blog/news/the-earthquake-tsunami-disaster-in-japan/
over 1 year ago
Great work Daniel off to a nice start for sure. I'd suggest giving your content areas some "breathing" room right now they all sorta blend together so it makes the visual hierarchy of content a bit hard to follow. A great example of breaking up statistics into logical content relationships can be found here http://www.doobybrain.com/2010/02/26/the-anatomy-of-an-infographic/
Try to think of the various information blocks you are trying to convey and support them into "buckets" right now while I feel you have a nice palette and the start of typography down you are trying to accomplish a ton in similar areas and it all sort of runs together.
A nice example of typography running together I found here http://www.crazyonesquote.com/ but the information tells a story and you can easily flow and read from part to part. Since you have many visual elements, graphs, icons, glyphs, etc you might want to consider how you segment these into "areas"
One thing i would suggest though is to watch how similar you gravitate to others work. The typography, color and stylistic nature of your piece reminds me a great deal of something our team did for Japan here http://www.digitalsurgeons.com/japan-earthquake-tsunami-infographic/
Keep up the great work and please do share updates if you do any!
Thanks for all the feedback. Yes, I started this as a re-design because I wanted to get into making infographics. Also, yes I was very inspired by this piece: http://www.digitalsurgeons.com/japan-earthquake-tsunami-infographic/ . This was just a school project/test and I also cited that website when I submitted It to my instructor. I also agree with you on the clutter. After some months looking at it, I really strayed away from liking it.
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