90 great infographics

Creative Bloq has put together an incredible list of 90 of the most innovative, inspiring, and informative infographics out there.

A great infographic has the perfect balance of words and pictures to illustrate a certain subject, a complex juggling act of facts and design which is essential to attract the reader.

Here are three infographics that caught our eye:

Imaginary Factory (pictured) was designed by Jing Zhang who imagined tiny workers inside our gadgets and what they do to make them work.

CompanyFolders.com’s advice on logo design, which highlights simplicity, colour, and adaptability as key guidelines.

And a fantastic tea and biscuit guide by Green Hat, which looks at how long to dunk your biscuit without incurring soggy disaster.

Take a look at the whole list here and tell us which infographics you like.

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Brands that bounce back

It’s comforting to know that some of the brands we know and love have made triumphant comebacks from breaking point.

Wholesale Clearance has created an infographic that gives us a peek into the history of well-known brands and how they have bounced back from the brink.

Apple, Nintendo, and Converse are among the brands that have previously encountered every business’ worst nightmares, from bankruptcy to boardroom infighting.

Take a look at the infographic here and tell us what you think of these fascinating histories.

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Top seven travel destinations

If you’re still deciding where to go on holiday this year, this blog is for you.

VoucherBin has created an infographic that looks into the best travel destinations in the world – it includes classics like Rome and Paris, but also more alternative choices such as Hanoi or Prague.

With 83% of Brits taking at least one trip a year, the infographic provides some valuable advice on the cities, from their unmissable attractions to your daily budget – so half the research is already done for you.

Find more about these travel destinations here and let us know which ones you’ll be visiting.

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The 50 ‘most inspirational people’ in the world

A new infographic reveals some of the most inspirational people around the world, according to the readers of Raconteur.

The reports specialist asked more than 2000 readers who they thought was ‘the most inspirational person of all time’, producing an infographic based on the results.

The eclectic list of fifty famous faces includes politicians and entrepreneurs, as well as actors and fashion designers.

Nelson Mandela, Maya Angelou, and Steve Jobs are all on the list, as are historical figures such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Coco Chanel, and Einstein.

Discover the infographic here and let us know which person you would have chosen.

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How famous companies started

Information designer Anna Vital has shed some light on how some of the most successful brands and companies started.

Vital’s infographics reveals how big names like Airbnb and Pinterest grew to corner their markets, tracing their stories from the first steps to their current success, giving them witty captions like ‘How Pinterest started, or a how a guy just would not quit’.

The stories reveal that success doesn’t always come easily and that it’s often down to perserverance as much as a great idea or ‘lightbulb moment’.

So if you’re a budding entrepreneur or aspiring start-up founder, take a closer look at the infographics here and tell us if you find them useful.

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The Space Savers Encyclopedia

Did you know that around 80% of our household possessions are never used? Or that you’ll probably spend over a year of your life just trying to find things in your home?

Flexispace has created the perfect infographic designed to help you sort through your home storage in a thoughtful, logical way, uncluttering your home in no time.

The company’s Space Savers Encyclopedia offers general facts and statistics about the ‘multitude of objects’ lurking around your home, a useful decision-making flowchart, and specific storage tips for different parts of your house.

For instance, have you ever thought of transforming the space under your stairs into a bookcase? Other ideas include setting up secret storage under your bath, using a kettle toaster combo in your kitchen, and swapping your DVDs for an online service like Netflix or Amazon Prime.

Take a closer look at the Encyclopedia here and let us know if you have any other space-saving tips.

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How the world uses Twitter in 2015

If you’re an avid retweeter or just an occasional user of Twitter, it can be tempting to wonder how your Twitter behaviour measures up to everyone else’s.

HubSpot’s new infographic reveals how Twitter’s 300 million active users behave on the social media platform, giving insight into demographics, engagement, and content.

For instance, did you know that 55% of tweets include an image and that 5pm is the peak time for retweets? Or even that a third of Twitter’s users are based in the Asia Pacific region?

The infographic also reveals how engagement differs for B2B and B2C marketing, and how many languages are supported on the platform.

Take a closer look at the infographic here.



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