This infographic investigates the cost of replacing textbooks with iPads in schools. The textbooks are considerably cheaper for schools as well as for students, even if iPads would replace clasroom computers as well.
FRONT PAGE FINGERPRINT by Derek Chan, a data visualization made with the Processing language. The formal elements of the New York Times front page such as white space, headline size and length, body copy, imagery and color palette are shown for each day.
This illustration closely aligns with the "inside the house" concept discussed in the meeting. The illustrative infographic approach allows for clear communication of concepts. Canon infographic on Behance
Phil Gyford prepared an infographic to dis all useless infographics. Infographics (the art of turning raw, boring data into visually appealing displays and charts) has gained popularity in the last few years as a hot new frontier in graphic design.