Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Viral infographics. Characterized by an incredible length, their naive (mis)use of some vector graphics illustration software, and a clear wish to explain all sorts of seemingly banal phenomena in visual pictograms, they have become a fixed feature in the current online experience.Despite the surge in popularity, still “meritocracy exists”. As a result, some visualization experts claim graphic design to be the main culprit, while graphic designers propose to call these “infoposters” instead of “infographics”. One thing is sure: the future if infographics is bright, and they will not go away.
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