Tagged: information design
Animations, maps, infographics, data visualizations, new storytelling formats and presentation formats: how the “Tamedia Interaktiv-Team” uses visual journalism to communicate the corona pandemic to readers.
On the Visual Communication of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health FOPH (Part 2):
First the sprint – then the marathon: How do you adapt a crisis campaign from times of need to an ongoing crisis in order to avoid a new emergency?
The hashtag #coronavirus of “Information is beautiful” provides a visually attractive and informative compilation of visualizations that help to understand the pandemic.
Mastering the corona crisis with humour: There are many parodies and humorous visualizations circulating in the social media channels. Official campaigns can learn from this.
How the Tagesspiegel Innovation Lab works and lives data-driven journalism: interactive graphics, data analysis, crowd research, longreads and visual stories.
Three current examples that do not want to be infographics – and yet share their intentions: the visual preparation, presentation and communication of complex information.
Infographics for translating complex information and data into images have a long history. Their relevance in times of the Corona pandemic is unbroken.