Last call to enter the Information is Beautiful Awards 2017
Visualizers, designers, truth & beauty-lovers. Last call to enter the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2017, celebrating the world’s most excellent graphics & visualizations of data, information & knowledge.
To celebrate our sixth year, we’ve refreshed our categories and poured $20,000 in our prize pot. Get your work seen & celebrated by the global press, the community and judges.
» Enter your work right now
Entries close Fri 15 Sep, 11.59pm PST.
The UK’s #Brexit Options in the Eurozone complex – visualized!
The Eurozone? The European Economic Area? The European Free-Trade Area? The European Customs Union? Whaaat?
A graphic that hopefully clarifies the complexity the European Union and the UK’s various routes for Brexit.
Inspired by this Bloomberg graphic.
» See the visualization
Announcing the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2017
The Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2017 is now open, celebrating the world’s most excellent information design.
To mark our sixth year – and the increasing importance of data visualization & infographics across all media – we’re refreshing & relaunching the Awards. Biggest change is, we’ve revamped the categories.
So whichever data-driven artform you choose, your challenge is to illuminate the topic: Arts, Environments, Current Affairs, Corporate, Humanitarian, Science, Sports – and for everything outside the box – Unusual.
Thanks to our beloved sponsor Kantar we have a pair of free tickets to our fancy London ceremony for every shortlisted entry & $20,000 in cash for the winners. 30+ expert judges, plus a public visitor vote, make the final call.
What Streaming Music Services Pay
Spotify. Apple. Pandora. Compared & visualized.
Two rare and excellent freelance posts have opened up at IIB:
Both remote-working. Rare opportunities to join our team… apply and/or tell your friends. Deadline Mon 26 Jun.
UK Government Spending: Incomes & Outcomes
Election time again in the UK. All sides broadcasting assertive pledges backed by hazy figures.
Here’s a visualisation that quantifies & contextualises UK government incomes and outcomes.
Three ways to see the data: billions, % of budget, and amount contributed per average taxpayer per day. The last one is an attempt to humanise the numbers and give a palpable, relatable sense of where taxed revenue goes.
» See the visualisation
» Review the data