information design

Client Infographics

INFORMATION GRAPHICS FOR TITLEMAX

Client: Several U.S. companies
In cooperation with a NYC-based communication firm

2016-2018

Most of the largest American and world-wide companies advertise their business across the web; they make use of a large array of media to accomplish this, including infographics and data visualization. Since 2010, we developed several projects displaying visualizations, infographics, and fast facts, working in cooperation with three different communication firms.

A study of all category 5 hurricanes of the past 50 years

This infographic is about the long trail of death and destruction that “category 5” hurricanes leave every year on their path across the United States and the conterminous seas. Together with the path, are shown the power of each hurricane, the death toll and the economic damage it caused. The project has been published on the client’s website in April 2018, and spread via social media.

The 20 Companies That Laid Off The Most Workers in 2017 (And Their CEOs)

This infographic shows the number of workers laid off from some private companies during 2017, as well as the involved CEOs and their respective salaries. The creation process (conducted in cooperation with a NYC-based communication agency) started with funneling the initial dataset through various clusters: by number of laid-off workers, industry type, reason for company restructuring, and CEO’s salary. Selection and display of the dataset have gone through several reviews, until the complete satisfaction of the client, who published it in February 2018 on its corporate website, and spread it across social media campaigns.

Safest cars: IIHS Top safety picks

IIHS is an American independent organization that publishes a yearly review of all the new car models thrown into the automotive market. The Top Safety Picks show a rigorous selection of the safest cars, released after the analysis of several types of crash tests and the evaluation of vehicles integration of various safety technologies such as automatic breakings, power checks, and other new features.

We were hired to create a large data visualization from this dataset, showing the IIHS Top Picks trends during the last decade. The first step was to complete a spreadsheet (image 1), together with a couple Top-tens made up from the same dataset.

 

The main focus here was to highlight which make took the highest positions during the years, with which model and how long (due to the fact most models receive an update almost every year). The best fit for it was clearly a parallel set but in the better and more beautiful shape of a steam graph, how the ones the NYT graphic department published in recent years. We didn’t strive too long to convince the client.

 

We made up the chart, year by year, using the thickness of the lines to show how many picks a certain make received (not one per model, as said, but this wasn’t the main focus), and linking them to state how continuously it was picked. This resulted in a secondary classification that is readable for every year, turning the entire chart to be sort of a matrix.

 

The 10 Most Populous Cities in the U.S. Since 1790

This infographic presents the U.S. Census Bureau data about state-by-state migration accordingly to the latest stats (2014 and 2015). The figures are shown here to reflect Census estimates of both domestic and international migration, which includes immigrants and U.S. citizens relocating from abroad. Births and deaths are not included in the estimations.

The infographic was commisioned in 2016 by BookYourData, a contact list Builder company serving B2B marketing Databases to customers.

The Wealthiest and Poorest County in Each U.S. State

This infographic presents the U.S. Census Bureau data about state-by-state migration accordingly to the latest stats (2014 and 2015). The figures are shown here to reflect Census estimates of both domestic and international migration, which includes immigrants and U.S. citizens relocating from abroad. Births and deaths are not included in the estimations.

The infographic was commisioned in 2016 by BookYourData, a contact list Builder company serving B2B marketing Databases to customers.

The Companies Disney Owns – A Map of the Walt Disney Company’s Worldwide Assets

This was a challenging project. In tight cooperation with a local communication firm, we tried to develop a comprehensive scheme of all the companies Disney actually owns. And they are a throng!

The resulting infographic compels the swarm of companies into three main areas (the actual, immense Walt Disney company, the large Marvel universe, and the group orbiting around 21th Century Fox, including Endemoll, the National Geographic and many other), using a clever categorization based on nesting (1st degree, 2nd degree, 3rd degree and 4th degree).

 

State-by-State Migration in the U.S.

This infographic presents the U.S. Census Bureau data about state-by-state migration accordingly to the latest stats (2014 and 2015). The figures are shown here to reflect Census estimates of both domestic and international migration, which includes immigrants and U.S. citizens relocating from abroad. Births and deaths are not included in the estimations.

The infographic was commisioned in 2016 by BookYourData, a contact list Builder company serving B2B marketing Databases to customers.

100 websites that rule the Internet

The 15 top-visited domains in the U.S. and their key metrics

A couple of data information artworks commissioned by an important web hosting server company located in Singapore. Both the infographics were spread across the Internet and went impressively viral for some weeks