Do you have a blog or website that focuses on infographics or data visualization?
Here are some sites that provide information information for infographic enthusiasts, including how-to articles and galleries as well as resources. All in all a good place to start if you are interested in infographics and the graphical display of information.
Cool Infographics is an awesome blog that chronicles infographics and data visualizations all over the web. They cover almost every topic you could think of. Posts are tagged to make it easier to find the specific kinds of graphics you’re looking for.
Fast Company – Infographics are both topical and creative. The publication focuses on mainly business-related graphics and are usually less complicated and geared more towards casual data visualization. Think of it as comfort food in the form of infographics.
Wall Stats includes original infographics depicting discretionary spending in the United States. The graphics are also available in poster form. They also provide coverage of other infographics about political and economic topics.
Visual Complexity – This site showcases infographics and data visualizations collecting a wide variety of sources and has nearly 700 projects included. Graphics are categorized to make finding specific projects easier and plenty of information is included about each image.
Data Mining is a blog that covers data visualization, social media and data mining. They aggregate tons of infographics other sites, including National Geographic and The Economist.
Information Aesthetics is a blog that details beautiful infographics and data visualizations fr0m all over the web. Graphics featured include political, financial and economic, and other visualizations, dating as far back as December 2004.
History Shots is a commercial site that sells infographic and visualization products (posters, notecards, etc.) for a variety of topics. Most of their images focus on historic events, time periods and subjects and you can browse based on political, military, sports, or general graphics. It’s an incredibly interesting site and you can zoom into the graphics shown to read them onscreen.
Flowing Data offers up some amazing infographics and visualizations, with their own dedicated category. They’ve covered the best beer in the U.S., wine personality profiles, the Kennedy family tree, and the religious geography of the United States, among tons of other awesome graphics.
BestInfographics.co – Sometimes it pays to be picky. This infographic site claims to only choose the best, whether that means based on interesting information, thinking outside the box, or visual presentation.
Visual Loop – A non-stop stream of Links to Infographics, Maps, Charts and many other worldwide Visualization Designs that make the process of understanding our life a bit easier…or not.