Interview: Ogilvy Head of Data & Analytics Julián Esbri on Empathy, Creativity, and Agility, Inspired by Brandwatch Insights
By Isabel PeláezSep 23
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Infographics are a zeitgeist of social media, with links appearing to one of these posters in almost every other tweet for those who work in the industry. Are we in danger of provoking infographic fatigue?
As experts in both social media and data analysis, we find infographics a fascinating part of the modern social media landscape.
Scroll down to see the collection of infographic infographics
From cave paintings to the iconic London underground map, infographics have long been part of our language for communicating data.
At their best, infographics provide plenty of otherwise complex information in a digestible, interesting and visually appealing series of images. Good.is hosts a plethora of amazing examples of good infographics.
Some of the best things about them are:
At their worst, they are a useless poster that reveals little information and can actually be more annoying to look at than a simple number can be.
We’ve found a few neat little infographics that are all about infographics, just to meta things up a bit. Thanks to Ivan Cash, Zabisco, Laughing Squid and The Society Pages for providing these images.
Combining high-quality mobile survey technology, a robust polling methodology, and expert data analysis, our bulletins will be essential reading to get the pulse of the nation.