Infographics

Infographic #1

I love this infographic! I really like how the creator made the heads of Obama and Romney into  “graphs” in a way. The shapes are simple, yet when combined form a bigger image. The colors are highly symbolic of the whole “Democrats are blue” and “Republicans are red” standard that is in place.  Writing tends to be tight and the image seems to be in a grid form (in some areas).   The font at the bottom (under the “Obama” and “Romney” heading is hard to read in a way due to the likeness between it and the background color.  Another issue is that sources aren’t clearly defined. Did they come straight from RootStrikers?

Infographic #2

 

I like how each decade on the “game board” has it’s own color.  The font is easy to read, and main points are made to be known by “unique” game-space design on the board.  There really isn’t a grid, yet there is a path that is made clear to follow when reading the main points on each individual “space.” Sources are clearly labeled on the bottom left corner. The heading (on the billboard) seems a bit off. Why is “A century of motoring in America not on one line? Just seems a tad weird. The background images (IE: trees, dice, and mountains) fit with the theme and aren’t a big distraction from the point. Overall: fairly good infographic.

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About Robert Norris

I am a 25 year old college graduate from Maryville College. I have a huge interest in public relations, advertising, social media marketing, and writing. I love graphic design as well and have a huge interest in creating "something from nothing." ~Thank You For Visiting My Blog. Best Of Luck! Robert E. Norris
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