I'm exploring and experimenting with infographics (to be used in animated form on TV) as part of the x:enius design study.
Check out the full case documentation on Behance: http://bit.ly/RoKqKY.
almost 2 years ago
I've been also interested in "3D" cutout things for a while. This looks great!
Never seen it done like this before. Looks great, Julian.
It looks very good, but I find it hard to analise and compare the values. Nice color pick.
Wow! It's fantastic!
Awesome work! Original
Genius infographics! :)
Beautiful work Julian. Hubert makes a good point.
Looks very good.
Yap, looks awesome. Maybe a little different perspective for a better reading?.
Creating a version out of paper and string would be great!
Thanks for the great feedback. I just noticed I use different annotation in the full view, little oversight there.
@Hubert Florin & @Roy Smith Valid point. But remember that this would be part of the TV show thus animated and explained by the narrator. Thanks for the critique.
Impressive stuff, Julian. Very eye-catchy.
This is great!
The graphics in the corners are pretty good looking i would make it in big as well. As for the main graph. I agree with @Hubert Florin. Maybe try to write the amount to the connections. So it's easier to read / compare.
Visually it looks great, but those lines which connect peaks/falls are meaningless. Look at the third line from the left, it looks as it is a straight line, but it actually connects three falling nodes.
really fresh, awesome :)
Thanks again for your feedback.
@Goran Daemon Peuc Actually, this is to visualize the correlation between the individual information at a given time and/or event.
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