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Talking with Javier Errea – Part II

We were unable to attend this year’s edition of the Malofiej Infographic World Summit and Awards, the 25th yearly gathering of the best infographic designers working in news outlets, agencies or as freelancers. If you are interested in Infographics, Pamplona and the University of Navarra is always the place to go in the end of […] The post Talking...

Vintage Infodesign [165]

We kick off this edition of Vintage InfoDesign with a reference to recent blog posts by two of the most outstanding infographic artists of the past two decades – and that we have the pleasure to have among our featured community members: John Grimwade and Juan and Samuel Velasco’s 5wGraphics. In both blog posts, the […] The post Vintage Infodesign...

This is Visual Journalism [155]

Time to resume one of our audience’s favorite weekly round ups, the one dedicated to infographic design in printed magazines and newspapers. And since our amazing community didn’t stop sharing their works in our gallery duing the holiday season, we’ll obviously dedicate this first “This is Visual Journalism” post of 2017 exclusively to some of […] The...

Digital Cartography [141]

As we resume our regular activities here on Visualoop, after a short holiday break, it’s time to check out the latest interactive and digital maps that caught our attention, from publishers and data designers around the wold. No surprise: We have a great selection in this fist installment of Digital Cartography, including many inspiring projects launched...

I learn therefore I am, by Marco Giannini

[This is a guest post by Marco Giannini, originally published in the Italian website Sentiero Digitale]     Google Images has been offering from several years the possibility to search images using keywords, and to sort through the results comparing them to similar images. The most recent advancement is Terrapattern, a prototypical search engine...

Vintage Infodesign [164]

Another year that begins, and so it’s time to kick off a fresh new season of data visualization galore here on Visualoop, starting with this first round up of vintage maps, infographics, diagrams and charts. And being the first post of the new year, we’re featuring almost twice the number of early-days examples that we normally do -so get ready to be...

This is Visual Journalism [154]

This year, for the first time, the ÑH Awards – an annual competition promoted by the Spanish chapter of the Society for News Design – was extended beyond the Iberian Peninsula, with submissions from the top publications from Latin America as well. A total of 2.620 submissions from 120 news outlets of 15 countries were received for this year’s edition....

Digital Cartography [140]

There’s no way around it: Opening this edition of Digital Cartography, we have to feature some of the most impressive maps depicting the shocking results of the US Elections – a topic we’ve already covered in two previous posts (here and here). It’s been a while since we brought you this round up of interactive maps, so besides these US Elections-related...

US Elections 2016: 50 more interactive visualizations to explore

It’s almost time to know who will be the next President of the United States. And what else can be said about the campaign that hasn’t been said already? No matter the outcome in November 8 (well, actually it matters), this election will went down on History as one of the nastiest moments in American democracy, and we’re sure that a good portion of...

2016 Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards: Winners – and another huge “thank you”

  And it happened again! Last night in London, at the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2016 (IIBA) ceremony, Visualoop.com was voted third place in the Dataviz Website category. The other two awarded websites were Natah Yau’s Flowing Data (Gold) and Andy Kirk’s Visualizing Data (Silver), both also recognized by last year’s jury as the best in...

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