A picture is worth a thousand words, but what happens when you combine the two? Though the concept of data visualization is nothing new, the prominence of blogs and image-led social media platforms like Pinterest has truly proven that sometimes the designer’s stylus is mightier than the pen.
As we grow increasingly accustomed to bright, colourful and bite-sized visualisations of what once was presented in dense statistics and complex data, finding the best, most-useful infographics has become something of a task.
We thought we'd save you some time by presenting you with a short list of our favourite social media infographics. Enjoy!
Expatica France 22/04/2013Wine critics say cheers to Bordeaux's new vintage Expatica France Alain Raynaud, vintner and president of the Cercle Rive Droite, a winemakers association, said he had been "very pleased " by the quality of the 2012 wine...
Stella di Campalto, Castelnuovo dell'Abate, Italy: Current Releases Vinography Di Campalto has released only three Brunellos since that first vintage, and is about to release her forth, but this young accidental vintner has garnered significant...
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