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The kids are all bright: infographics for all ages

When my daughter was three and out for a walk on an autumn day, she pointed at a spider’s web and explained what it was. “Daddy, it’s a website,” she said. It was a visual way to describe a word she had heard but didn’t yet understand. And information graphics and visualisations give us a … Continue reading

Gallery: how Peter Grundy visualises the human body

Part one of a series of infographics books just published, with research by me and amazing illustrations by the father of infographics Peter Grundy. This one takes apart the human body. Read more… Buy the book from Amazon

Gallery: how Nicholas Blechman visualises the animal kingdom

Part two of a series of infographics books just published, with research by me and amazing illustrations by Nicholas Blechman. This one explores the animal kingdom. Read more… Buy the book from Amazon

Chart: A data journalism workflow – translated into different languages

The Data Journalism workflow was originally designed by Guardian graphic artist Mark McCormick to illustrate our work on the Datablog. It’s since found its way into talks, presentations and the Data Journalism Handbook. Now it’s been translated by reporters around the world. This is all I’ve found so far – have you seen more (and … Continue reading

Gallery: new images from Facts are Sacred

Just seen the proofs for Facts are Sacred, out in April – these are some of Kari Pedersen’s amazing designs

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