Infographics are a fantastic way of showing data and it allows you to show some quite complicated statistics and information in a quite interesting way. If they are done correctly, infographics will entice a lot of people to learn about what you have to say and they also help people to take in the information that you are presenting. We have compiled some of the best infographics on the web in order to give you some inspiration. Enjoy!
1. Frog Design Envisions
This is a greta infographics from Frog Design Envisions and it really shows data in the best way possible allowing you to take it in. Click here to visit the website.
This is another great infographic that really helps you to understand the data with the great design it is involved in. Click here to visit the website.
3. Top Cameras on Flickr
This is another great infographic which shows in a great design some of the best cameras on Flickr. Click here to visit the website.
4. Good magazine
This well designed infographic shows a lot of data and helps you to really take it in. Click here to visit the website.
5. Top 50 Banks
This great inforgraphic shows the top 50 banks in the world; a piece of informtion that would be hard to take in without the graphic. Click here to visit the website.
6. Fork it Over
This is one of my personal favourites and the design is so clever whilst also having all the information you need. Click here to visit the website.
7. Alcohol Use
This great infogrhic allows you to visual alcohol use in a new and exciting way and has a lot of information. Click here to visit the website.
8. Gulf Oil Spill
You will more than likely have heard about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and this infographic helps you to understand the effects in a great design. Click here to visit the website.
9. Browser War
This grat inforgraphic really portrays in a great way how the web browser war is coming along, allowing you to see the most and least popular. Click here to visit the website.
10. Fish Story
This is an unusual infographic that is extrmely fun and shows how fish come from the medeterranean. Click here to visit the website.