I found this information graphic design website today and I'm adding it to our collection of resource suggestions. Some clients, like Accenture, prefer to use photo images in their information graphics. Although they probably don't need to know about Bigfoot sightings in doing their global work.
Here is a class I recently noticed posted on Lynda's educational site. For those of you who are do-it-yourself fans, this might be worthwhile. Note this is for numerical data and not abstract representational models of processes and such.
Creating Infographics with Illustrator | by Mordy Golding
View this entire Creating Infographics with Illustrator course and more in the lynda.com library. Read more
Mostly because I have friends that work there and create the infographics on a daily basis. Here is an online Pinterest archive of their great work:
Source: twitpic.com via WSJ on Pinterest
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The following short video was prepared to describe how the locals in Sidonge, Kenya are using Visual Translations information graphics to use and maintain their Kudura, or rural village energy unit. The Kudura was designed and built by RVE.SOL, a Portuguese social entrepreneurship.
There is more information on the pilot program's progress, and opportunities for you to get involved with RVE.SOL in breaking the economic dynamics of poverty.
In this Portuguese video, it's interesting to note how Read more