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ESPN Infographic: MLB Biggest Trade Deadline Deals

August 2, 2012 by infographicworld

An infographic we did for ESPN looking at the biggest deadline deals in baseball over the years.

Infographic Submission Contest Winner: Olympics Then vs. Now

July 25, 2012 by infographicworld

After receiving several hundred submissions to our infographic submission contest (in partnership with Daily Infographic), we narrowed down the selections to our 5 favorite ideas. We then had the awesome folks at SodaHead create a poll and have their community vote on which of the 5 was the best idea. With that, we present the …

Bolt Infographic: Summer Jobs

July 10, 2012 by infographicworld

An infographic look into summer jobs, and what the landscape is like for teens

MPHOnline Infographic: 5 Public Health Nightmares Facing Humanity

July 9, 2012 by infographicworld

With 2012′s end of times deadline quickly approaching and people coming up with all sorts of crazy ideas for how the world or civilization will end, we thought this would be a good time to look at the more plausible scenarios facing mankind. Because really, who needs the Mayans when the world has so many …

ESPN Infographic: NBA Draft Steals, Busts, and Deals

June 27, 2012 by infographicworld

Our latest ESPN infographic, in advance of the NBA draft tomorrow night, looks at some notable steals, busts, and trades in the history of the draft.

Infographic Submission Contest

June 25, 2012 by infographicworld

So we’ve teamed up with our good friends over at Daily Infographic to create a monthly infographic submission contest. Have a cool idea you would love to see brought to life in an infographic? Submit it through our contest form, and each month we’ll select our favorite one and create it. The person who submits …

The Strange Major League Journey of R.A. Dickey

June 20, 2012 by infographicworld

We admit it, some of us here at Infographic World are major Mets fans. It’s a painful life, but in doing so, we’ve been able to watch first-hand as R.A. Dickey has simply been on a historic pace this season. The accomplishments he is pulling off put him in the most rarefied of company, with …

KoMarketing Infographic: It’s No Game

June 15, 2012 by infographicworld

An infographic we did on Integrated Marketing, and the details surrounding it

ESPN Infographic: NBA Finals Most Epic Performances

June 14, 2012 by infographicworld

A look back at the best performances in NBA Finals history, and how it helped cement superstar player status for some of the greatest players ever.

Bolt Infographic: Successful Entrepreneurs

June 12, 2012 by infographicworld

Our latest infographic for Bolt Insurance looks at some past successful entrepreneurs, as well as more information into what traits you should have to follow in their footsteps.

ESPN Infographic: Challenge of the Triple Crown

June 8, 2012 by infographicworld

Timing is a funny thing. We were literally going live on ESPN with our Triple Crown infographic heading into Belmont tomorrow, when seconds later word comes out that I’ll Have Another would be a late scratch and would not be racing for the potential rare accomplishment. So after a little tweaking, we bring to you, …

BestComputerScienceDegrees Infographic: The Science of Star Trek

June 7, 2012 by infographicworld

A great look at Star Trek, and how feasible any of the science fiction behind the show could actually be today.

AmeriHealth Interactive Infographic: Healthy vs Unhealthy Heart

June 7, 2012 by infographicworld

The first graphic in our interactive series with AmeriHealth looks at a side by side comparison of someone with a healthy heart, and someone with heart disease. After clicking the button below, you can drag the center line left and right to view both full sides, and click on the various circles on each side …

AmeriHealth Interactive Infographic: Healthy Lungs vs Smoker’s Lungs

June 7, 2012 by infographicworld

In the 2nd infographic of our series with AmeriHealth, we looked to compare the lungs of a healthy person, with those of a smoker. As with the first one, once you launch the interactive infographic, you can drag the center line left and right to see both full sides, and click on the various circles …

AmeriHealth Interactive Infographic: Treating and Preventing Concussions

June 7, 2012 by infographicworld

The 3rd in our series of interactive infographics with AmeriHealth, we dive into the very timely and topic of concussions, with a particular focus on concussions in sports. Concussions have been a HUGE topic, most notably in football, and its impact on the players short and long term. Once launched, you can click on various …

AmeriHealth Infographic: A Visual Glossary to Health Insurance

June 5, 2012 by infographicworld

Health insurance can be a VERY confusing topic. So many terms that people have absolutely no idea to their meaning. That was the motivation behind us doing an infographic for AmeriHealth, creating a visual guide to the various confusing terms found in health insurance. May it make that confusing world slightly easier to understand.

Infographic: The Science of Getting Drunk

June 4, 2012 by infographicworld

In a fun infographic, we took a look into the science behind the act of getting drunk. A lot of fun information.

ESPN Infographic: NBA Draft Lottery

May 31, 2012 by infographicworld

Our latest infographic for ESPN looks into the background, details, and history of the NBA Draft Lottery.

Infographic Poll

April 18, 2012 by infographicworld

We teamed up with the amazing polling community of Sodahead to find out from you how you feel about infographics as a whole. Check out this poll to let your voice be heard and vote on the 8 questions. We’d love to hear your thoughts in there.

BestEducationDegrees Infographic: High Schoolers Then and Now

April 2, 2012 by infographicworld

We take a fun look back at the differences between high schoolers 20 years ago and high schoolers of today. You might be surprised at some of the findings…