Interactive Inspiration [5]

Featuring visualizations from the U.S., UK, France, Spain, Germany and more.

September 21, 2012  |  CATEGORIES: Featured, News

After another challenging week of work, it’s time to take a look at what has been done in terms of interactive graphics around the world. These works came to our attention through social media sites like Twitter and by email, where you can always send us your tips and works.

So, here’s our Interactive Inspiration for the weekend ahead, featuring visualizations from the U.S., UK, France, Spain,  Germany and more:

Profitable colours | Subset

Profitable colours, Subset's interactive graphic

(image: Subset)

Who’s Most Engaging on Facebook? | Logeeka

(Via Tableau Viz of the day. Check out the original here.

ThingWeStart

Thingswestart, a Kickstarter Map

(image: Thingswestart | Google Maps)

The Social Media Atlas of Germany | FaktenKontor

The Social Media Atlas of Germany

(image: FaktenKontor)

Anti-Islam film protests – every verified incident | The Guardian

Anti-Islam film protests - every verified incident,The Guardian's interactive graphic

(image: The Guardian)

The Big Easing | The Wall Street Journal

The Big Easing, a Wall Street Journal's interactive graphic

(image: Wall Street Journal)

Motorcycle accidents in the UK | MCE Insurance

Motorcycle accidents in the UK, a MCE Insurance's interactive infographic

(image: MCE Insurance)


(We talked about this one here)

7 Sets Venn Diagram | Santiago Ortiz

Seven sets venn diagram, Santiago Ortiz's interactive graphic

(image: Santiago Ortiz)

BAE-EADS merger dashboard | Financial Times

BAE-EADS merger dashboard,Financial Times' interactive graphic

(edited by Patrick Mathurin, Emily Cadman & Martin Stabe; developed by Caroline Nevitt & Steve Bernard | Financial Times)

Conflict History | Subset

Conflict history

(image: Conflict history)

Who’s Protesting Where | The Daily Beast

Who’s Protesting Where

(image: The Daily Beast)

(Seen on Google Maps Mania)

US Election Predictions | Adam McCann

(Another one via Tableau Viz of the day.)

58 dangerous medicines | Le Nouvel Observateur

58 dangerous medicines, Le Nouvel Observateur's interactive graphic

(image: Le Nouvel Observateur)

Campaign trail by the numbers| Financial Times

Campaign trail by the numbers, Financial Times' interactive graphic

(developed by Ben Freese & Steve Bernard | Financial Times)

Life in the fast lane | CJ Pony Parts

Life on the Fast lane, a CJ Pony Parts' interactive graphic

(image: CJ Pony Parts)

World debt guide | The Economist

World debt guide, The Economist's interactive graphic

(image: The Economist)

Dutch Census data | NRC Handelsblad

NRC Handelsblad's interactive graphic,Dutch Census data

(image: NRC Handelsblad | Google Maps)

(Again, from Google Maps Mania)

How the Benghazi Attack Unfolded | The Wall Street Journal

How the Benghazi Attack Unfolded, a The Wall Street Journal's interactive graphic

(image: The Wall Street Journal)

How To Keep Employees Motivated at Work | Socialcast

How To Keep Employees Motivated at Work

(image: Socialcast)

Real Madrid vs Manchester City | Marca

Real Madrid vs Manchester City

(image: S.Valgañón and A.Barrado | Marca)

The Anatomy of an Education-Technology Startup | Education Week

The Anatomy of an Education-Technology Startup

(reporter: Jason Tomassini; design and programming: Chienyi Cheri Hung and Paul Franz| Education Week)

Break Out of the Box | IBM

Break Out of the Box,IBM's interactive graphic

(image: IBM)

European Soccer Scores | L’Equipe

European soccer championships, L'Equipe's interactive graphic,

(image: L’Equipe)

Remembering last week’s selected works:

Key election battlegrounds | Financial Times

Key election battlegrounds

(edition: Emily Cadman and Martin Stabe; development: Steve Bernard | Financial Times)

Past Attacks on U.S. Targets Abroad | Wall Street Journal

Past Attacks on U.S. Targets Abroad

(image: Wall Street Journal)

Presidential campaign stops: Who’s going where | Washington Post

Presidential campaign stops: Who’s going where

(graphic: Emily Chow, Ted Mellnik, Karen Yourish | The Washington Post)

(Via Flowing Data)

The hate crime map of England and Wales | The Guardian

The hate crime map of England and Wales

(image: The Guardian)

African elephant populations and densities, 2007 | Tides Foundation

African elephant populations and densities

(image: Elephants In Peril | Tides Foundation)

(Seen on GoogleMaps Mania)

Transparency in Argentina | La Nacion

(Via the Tableau Gallery, see it online here).

Wikipedia Gender | Santiago Ortiz

Wikipedia gender

(image: Santiago Ortiz)

(HT to Information Aesthetics)

The differences between the iPhone 5 and the rest| Infobae

The differences between the iPhone 5 and the rest

(infographic: Ignacio Bello | Infobae)

Holy smokes| Veli.ee

Holy smokes

(image: Veli.ee)

What Color is this? in 9 languages | Crowdflower

What Color is this in 9 languages

(image: Dave Oleson and Dawn Ho | CrowdFlower)

(We talked about this one here.)

UK multi-millionaires mapped: where do the wealthy live? | The Guardian

Big Art Mob | Art Public

Big Art Mob

(image: Art Public)

Programming languages influence network | Ramiro Gómez

Programming languages influence network

(image: Ramiro Gómez | GitHub))

Mapping the World’s Friendships | Facebook Stories

Mapping the World's Friendships

(image: Stamen)

(Another that we mentioned here)

The Day the World will never forget | El Tiempo

09-11 the day the world will never forget

(infographic: El Tiempo)

WordPress for small businesses | SimplyBusiness

Wordpress for small businesses

(image: SimplyBusiness)

Cheetah | Jacob O’Neal

Cheetah, an interactive graphic by Jacob O'Neal

(image: Jacob O’Neal)

(And yet another one we talked about recently here)

How old are they? | Periscopic

How old are they

(image: Periscopic)

We’ll be back with another selection of interactive graphics next week. Until then, feel free to join us on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook!

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