While we wait for the winners of the Online Journalism Awards to be announced (only a few hours left), another data visualization challenge has released the longlist of selected projects: the Kantar Information Is Beautiful Awards.
The Awards were set up in 2012 by David McCandless, journalist and datavisualizer, in collaboration with Aziz Kami, Creative Director at Kantar. In this second edition, there were 5 categories (data visualization, Interactive, Motion Infographic, Infographics and Tools) and we decided to dedicate this edition of Interactive Inspiration to some of the projects selected precisely in the Interactive category.
U.S. Gun Deaths | Periscopic
DataParis.io | Gilles Bertaux, Vincent Garreau, Rémi Fayolle, Robin Lambert
Structure ages in Ljubljana, Slovenia | Marko Plahuta
How educated are world leaders? | Ali Almossawi
Global Land Temperatures Since 1900 | Michael Porath, Paul Van Slembrouck
The Startup Universe | Visually, Accurat, Ben Willers
Bahrain: Two Years On | Ali Almossawi
Wikipedia Worldview | Simon Schulz
Listen to Wikipedia | Stephen LaPorte and Mahmoud Hashemi
Bolides | Carlo Zapponi
Portland, Oregon: The Age of a City | Justin Palmer
The Art Market for Dummies | Jean Abbiateci & Askmedia
Transfer Window | Signal Noise
San Francisco Hill Mapper | Samuel M. Maurer
Voyager’s epic journey | John Walton, Helene Sears, Steven Connor, Josephine Lie, Christi Sodano, Tom Maslen, Steven Atherton and Martyn Rees | BBC
Metropolitain.io | Dataveyes
Social Oscars | Brandwatch
Here is Today | Luke Twyman
Pain at the Pump | Bloomberg Visual Data
Every Noise at Once | Glenn McDonald
History of San Francisco Place Names | Noah Veltman
Geographic advantages in Boston mayoral race | Boston Globe
Inequality Is | Periscopic
Bloomberg Billionaires Index | Bloomberg Visual Data
Kepler’s Tally of Planets | Jonathan Corum
Again, this is only a small sample of the works featured in the longlist, so you you should most definitively head out to the Kantar Information Is Beautiful Awards website for much more.
We’ll return with our usual round-up of interactives from across the Internet next week.