Finished this last week. Thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated guys!
Full version attached.
over 1 year ago
very nice! The slash in the percent sign could maybe be shorter, and the 365/1st half of 2011 was a little confusing graphically, for me. Really like the reasons for cart abandonment and the pie chart, though. Lovely color combo as well.
That's some sexy stuff my friend!
Looks sharp. Beautiful type/color/layout. Very nice.
Looks good. I think making the bolts solid fills vs strokes would look better.
Beautiful stuff, but there are two tiny issues:
The 365 doesn't read like 365 because the 1/2 is overlayed. Maybe make that white dot green?
The only thing I'm not completely in love with is the Polaroid camera. It took me a few seconds to get what it was.
Love this. Great work.
Man this is niiiiice
I like Pompadour Numerals. Very well done!
beautiful that, Awesome work!!
Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who gave advice and for the kind words, of course.
First I must say, I love this design.
This might be a silly question to ask on here, but how did you achieve the amazing textures on the type? like what texture did you use? did you make it yourself? I have been trying to get this effect with no luck... Thanks for your help! keep up the great work!
Nice graphics and nice information ! Thank you ! :)
This looks amazing! The colors flow so nicely, great concept. And can you please give me the name of the font of the text: Reasons For Shopping Cart Abandonment?
Of course! It's Wisdom Script by James T. Edmondson. That lovely font is available at http://losttype.com
Thank you so much! You, my friend, are are pretty awesome.
Aah... SUCH beautiful work... such a Lost Type smorgasbord :)
Nicest infographic I've seen in a while. The 365 was super hard to read though -- the cut outs made the 3 look like an 8. You may need to try something different there.
Thanks Rochelle! Yeah it was changed, check it out on my website http://kylemillercreative.com
Beautiiful. So much powerful typefaces here
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