Tips and techniques on creating and using infographics, not a collection of infographics per se. Particularly cleverly designed infographics are included, however. Many other pins related to using infographics are in "Training & Education" and some related to clever design and graphics are in "Words..."
Repinning this because I'm totally amused by the previous pinner: "I am an infographist who has nothing better to do, but annoy each and everyone around me" -- Click through at visual.ly is no longer there, but the graphic is "French Fries Nutritional Facts Infographic," by Raj Kamal: www.pinterest.com...
Not pinned for the infographic, which I do like, but for the "Interview with Simon Scarr," who "was the Graphics Director at 'The South China Morning Post' based in Hong Kong. He is about to [April 2013] take up a great new role as Deputy Head of Graphics for Thomson Reuters, based in Singapore." Click-through has some award-winning enlargeable infographics, plus tips and information about a career in news graphics.
"Choi’s Gallery’s new book, 'Infographic Design,' a global portfolio of infographics projects, featuring...232-pages full of inspiration, including case studies ranging from the sober and technical, such as user manuals, to the quirky and playful, such as a timeline of Pink Floyd band members. In the book, Choi’s Gallery somehow manages to capture a cross-section of the past few years of infographics design practice on paper; no small feat!" -- Click through for more and see excerpts.
"The 'Tall Infographics' design from Randall Munroe at 'xkcd' literally made me laugh out loud. As he mentions in the text: '"‘Big Data’ doesn’t just mean increasing the font size.' Very similar to something I repeat here on Cool Infographics all the time. 'Big fonts are not data visualizations!'" -- Original here: xkcd.com/1273/
Totally NOT politically correct "Italy infographic map" is nonetheless a good idea for data visualization for a particular country using flag colors and country's shape.
"Do-It-Yourself GIS: 20 Free Tools & Data Sources for Creating Data Maps"
"Digital Consumerism" -- I am simply in love with this visual. The one at the click-through (which is a good article) does not go through to the interactive version. Use www.visual-litera... to read a totally fantastic version with pop-up photos illustrating all the different forms of graphics. Astonishing.
"Infographic of Infographics," by Ivan Cash. "Data visualization is a popular new way of sharing research. Here is a look at some of the visual devices, informational elements, and general trends found in the modern day infographic." Click through for the original sources.
Who does what in the "Infographics process"
"How to Create Stunning Infographics in 30 Minutes or Less" -- Click through for much more than just what's provided on this infographic.
How to Create Stunning Infographics in 30 Minutes or Less
"The Colours Of Christmas Quizographic Infographic" -- In addition to being seasonally appropriate right now, this is a great example of an infographic generating interactivity. Click through for instructions and the quiz; click here (www.find-me-a-gif...) for the answers.
Why “Infographic Thinking” Is The Future, Not A Fad. Francesco Franchi, a master of information design, describes how "infographic thinking" goes beyond pretty pictures, and creates an entirely different sort of reading experience that encourages critical thought.
Wow, Infographics shared on Twitter get 832% more retweets