I found this article by Connie Malamed, differentiating between infographics and infoposters, really interesting. I'm still not entirely sure I could always put something in the right category but I'll keep some of these comparison points in mind.
Trends in web design come and go and change with the wind. What seems to be popular today might not be so appealing tomorrow. Designers should always keep up with this rhythm. In the end they are the ones who dictate these trends.
Stephanie Dedhar's insight:
A gallery of websites that use 'big backgrounds' to good effect.
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