Move over Ouija Board. I stumbled across Kelli Anderson’s The Existential Calculator that’s one of many outstanding visual ideas featured in The Best American Infographic 2014. The calculator is a brilliantly design paper wheel that can help you answers one of the more seminal professional questions of our time, “Should I take that job?”
Should I Take That Job by Kelli Anderson
via The Existential Calculator (Take that Job?).
Brooklyn, Building by Building. Created by the folks at BRKLYN magazine. One editor plotted the borough’s 320,000 + buildings by the date they were built and created an informative and interactive infographic.
BKLYNR | Block by Block, Brooklyn’s Past and Present.
Max Roberts really likes maps. Trained as a cognitive psychologist and a lecturer at the University of Essex, he began cultivating an immense knowledge of transit maps nearly 15 years ago, even writing a book on the subject. At some point, he thought he’d give design a try.
via Look, No Grid! NYC Reimagined As A Circular Metropolis | Co.Design.
Designer Viktor Hertz has created Pictogram Pop Posters, a series of minimalist prints that visualize songs and lyrics from some of pop’s most storied acts.
via Pop Pictogram Posters | Pop Music’s Biggest Moments, Illustrated In Pictograms | Co.Design.
A London-based duo gives locals and tourists a unique perspective on cities in North America and beyond.
via Inside Guides – Metropolis Magazine.