Africa Conflict Map: Excellent color choices, but use of choropleth method overstates the extent to which conflicts affect territories and populations. Much of the shaded areas are desert or otherwise unpopulated. Location data should be weighted by population or incidence rates to be more precise.
I chose this infographic because I like the way they utilize the space to make it feel 3D. Altering the shades of the sides of objects really gives it a feeling of depth. I like the color palette they chose - since there is so much information, using too many colors would've made it too confusing.
Really unique resume, but what bothers me is the skills in each brain region don't correspond to the correct functions. #4 and #7 should be in the occipital lobe, why is team participant and trained innovation and meeting leader in the cerebellum? If you're going to do something cool like this, do your research first!!
Goooooo bikes! I'm a huge fan of riding my bike to work (and everywhere else, for that matter). Check out this awesome infographic...
Electricity transfer and hydropower in Africa - so if Africa was to be hit by an EMP, then they would lose this entire power grid as well.