I chose this infographic because it follows some principals of design in the sense that it is simple enought (white background) that the attention is drawn to the text and brushes, which is the most important part of this piece. I also like the handwritten approach, as it gives the text a softer look, which also ties in with the texture of the brush heads.
I like this infoposter because it has lots of information but its not too distracting. The fact that it has mostly red colors helps. It uses lines well to separate it into sections somewhat. It also uses shapes of sorts- grave stones, TV's etc. to visually embellish and reinforce the text within it.
An Average Day On Facebook I really like how this InfoPoster keeps the blue and white theme of Facebook to help the viewer relate to it. I also like how the poster includes graphics and illustrations that help the viewer to understand what is going on in the poster.
I chose this infoposter because it's subject is something rare and something I never really think about, but is important. I really like the use of color and the layout examples all combined into one picture.
I was drawn to this infographic immediately, because the bottle of wine in the middle captures your attention and lets you know what the infoposter is about right away. I like the bold dots that come out from the bottle like a web, because they are a fun way to organize the information in visually appealing way. Although there is a lot (if not too much) information on the poster, the neutral colors and clean arrangement keep the poster from looking too busy.
This is an infoposter from The Oatmeal, one of my favorite comic/humor blogs on the internet. This infoposter outlines the different brain interactions with coffee compared to beer. I love the way this graphic is long, and organized in a T-chart fashion. It gives strong flow. The colors are lively without creating too much action.
I chose this info-graphic partially because it is a great example of what we are going to create, and partially because I think it can help people come up with ideas for their project. The poster uses no pictures, only graphics to convey the theme. It also shows the different trends that we see in today's infographics, which may help everyone come up with what kind of content to put in their project.