Infographic World Blog
A look at the different genres of business cards for our client businesscards.org
We were contacted by Outdoor World Direct with the unique request of making a UK summer festival event graphic, and immediately thought an infographic meets classic festival poster theme was the way to go. The result could not of turned out better.
With the Super Bowl only days away, we decided to create an infographic looking back at the history of the game itself. We look back at the players who have brought their games to new levels on the biggest stage, to the coaches, records set, and interesting trivia surrounding the game. Did you know that …
We here at Infographic World have recently begun to offer Animated infographics to our clients And as such we of course took to the web for inspiration to see just what the best animated graphics on the web had to offer. Without further adieu here are 20 of the best and most inspirational that we …
Nothing can be more taxing, confusing and time consuming than a class action lawsuit. That is why Rottenstein Law Group came to us to create a graphic that laid out as simply as possible the class action lawsuit moving forward against a defective hip that was implanted into thousands of patients.
For being the biggest killer on earth, few people fully understand just how heart disease works, and how you can avoid having it happen to you. Take a look at this graphic and give yourself a fighting chance against heart disease.
A medical office that specializes in laser tattoo removal contacted us wanting to create a pamphlet on tattoos and their removal via laser. The catch was they wanted it to really draw the viewers eyes.
A depressing and sobering look at how quickly the Amazon rainforest is being clear cut.
If you hadn’t noticed a running theme yet at InfographicWorld, we are very much into conservation and environmental causes. Which is why when the Deepwater Horizon spill began we rushed to get a graphic out that could show as much of the disaster as possible in something everyone could follow and understand. Which was no …