IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data
IdN Extra 07: Infographics – Designing Data

Using graphics to convey information has long been a fundamental design challenge. How do you get people to notice and absorb data that may in itself be quite mundane — but that it is necessary for them to know, as well as making it beautiful? In this special issue, we present more than 120 examples of this all-important design genre.

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics


When a database becomes a thing of beauty

Infographics or information graphics are visual representations of information, data or knowledge. They are often used when complex information needs to be presented as quickly and effectively as possible, such as signs and maps. Infographics can be as simple as a bar chart or a pie graph to represent percentages in business information; or as elaborative as some of the examples in this book to communicate stories in newspapers and magazine.

Infographics can be entertaining when the information they represent is of personal interest; but it is especially fun and challenging when the topic may be as dry as representing concepts in technical manuals or scientific statics.


Specifications:

ISBN: 978-988-15950-2-7
Size: 210mm(w) X 270mm(h)
Pages: 152 pages

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics

IdN Extra 07: Infographics


Featuring:

Aalejandro Diazs | Alexandra Hayes | Athletics | Barnbrook | Ben Willers | Binalogue | Carolina Andreoli | Chris Bishop | Ciaran Hughes | Density Design | Draught | FFunction | Filip Chudzinski | Finn Fitzsimons | Francesco Franchi | Francesco Zorzi | Hyperakt | Inksurge | Jax de Leon | Josh Nimoy | Julian Hansen | Kelli Anderson | Lauren Manning | Leigh Leigh | Mash Creative | Mathew Lucas | Michael Paukner | Michael Deal | numalab | Section Design | Peter Orntoft | Rayz Ong | RodrigoMachado | Rory Pickering | MIT Senseable City Lab | Shelby White | Socio Design | studioooij | Tamer Koseli | Tanya Test | Luxury Of Protest | Tien Min Liao | Tiffany Farrant Gonzalez | Toby Ng


About IdN Extra:

As a continuation of its mission to amplify and unify the global design community, IdN is publishing a series of special editions (entitled IdN Extra) that explore in-depth a particular theme or project.

Brandon Wall – Sevenly Animation (1:36)

Brandon Wall – Sevenly Animation (1:36)

Animation by Brandon Wall

'Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black' by Nemanja Jehlicka – Belgrade, Serbia

'Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black' by Nemanja Jehlicka – Belgrade, Serbia

Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black is Nemanja Jehlicka’s first solo exhibition. The exhibition showcases a number of works documenting the work-in-progress nature of any project. The idea was to give a physical embodiment to the different stages of creative thinking and execution, ranging from midway-through-process graphic ruminations to ideas rejected by clients, which are oftentimes more interesting than the final output / approved solution.

KOMET presents Soirée Graphique #8 – Berne, Switzerland

KOMET presents Soirée Graphique #8 – Berne, Switzerland

Soirée Graphique founded by KOMET is a platform for creatives from a variety of fields, such as graphic design, visual arts, and photography. It fosters visual design, inspires new art and reflects the latest trends in contemporary graphic design. The concept of Soirée graphique lets two worlds meet: On one side, we have the original graphic design poster; on the other side, we have the reinterpretation of the photographers and visual artists. Each artwork is created specifically for the event and gets published as a limited edition print.

Meet My Project – 'Are You Talking to Me?' – Paris, France

Meet My Project – 'Are You Talking to Me?' – Paris, France

The mission of Meet My Project is to promote design and contemporary creativity and unite the various actors of the design world supporting this process – designers, publishers, manufacturers and distributors. Meet My Project aims as well to increase appreciation for design across the society by highlighting the values delivered through design and by making design accessible and understandable to the large public.

Sex, Drugs & Helvetica 2015 – Melbourne/Brisbane

Sex, Drugs & Helvetica 2015 – Melbourne/Brisbane

Sex, Drugs & Helvetica is an event like no other. Described as “industry espionage” and “work experience at six studios in one day”, it’s an exclusive look at the highs, the hurdles and the learning curves behind six different projects. It’s insightful presentations. It’s unparalleled interviews. It's an opportunity to not only be surrounded with other like-minded creatives, but to meet and talk with six Australian and internationally renowned designers.

Thobias Studio – Thibault Priou, Jonas Obadia – Paris, France

Thobias Studio – Thibault Priou, Jonas Obadia – Paris, France

"French design is forever evolving and asking questions and creating ideas that I do not see happening as often in other big cities around the world. I think this plays a great role in why it continues diversifying and re-examining itself, which makes it unique."

Cauboyz – Teaser - Plastic letters (0:29)

Cauboyz – Teaser - Plastic letters (0:29)

Teaser – French cinema halls "Les Amants Parallèles" LP by Vincent Delerm. Stop-motion with plastic letters on colored papers.

LeOsler Font by Antipixel – Buenos Aires, Argentina

LeOsler Font by Antipixel – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Antipixel is a graphic design studio run by Julia Martínez Diana, based in Buenos Aires, with main focus on display handwritten fonts, branding & web design. It has recently released LeOsler – a decorative, fun, handwritten font which will bring a personal look to your work. This font includes the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets, and can be used in a wide range of languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Polish, Czech, Vietnamese, Russian, Greek, among many others.

Alice Sung – The End (12:23)

Alice Sung – The End (12:23)

"...take a sad song and make it better."

Curvy Conference & Exhibition – Sydney, Australia

Curvy Conference & Exhibition – Sydney, Australia

Curvy is celebrated internationally as an institution for the empowerment and promotion of the most inspiring female leaders of the world’s creative industries. The two-day conference runs across September 4 and 5, and comprises invigorating panel discussions led by Kate Hurst, Director of Hurst & Co, and featuring such creative female powerhouses as Naomi Shepherd (Facebook & Instagram Australia), Katie Rigg-Smith (CEO of Mindshare), Jess Scully (Founding Director and Curator of Vivid Sydney), Elle Glass (Managing Editor of RUSSH Magazine) and many more.