Posts Tagged ‘ Diagram ’

Layout | A comprehensive history of type

Good infographic on the history of type design and the anatomy of type through to the number of fonts available and their use on the web.

Below is a small portion of the full infographic. Click to go through the the website to view the full version.

Bold & Justified: The Typographic Universe in One Infographic | The FontFeed.

Layout | Feltron 2010 Annual Report

It is time again for the excellent Feltron Report, now up to it’s sixth edition. For those that do not know, the annual Feltron Report is a brilliant collection of infographics by Nicholas Felton usually about what he got up to during the year.

The 2010 report is slightly different, in that it is about his Father’s life, and all the resources he could find to report on his life.

As usual the graphics are top notch, and the typography is excellent.

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Nicholas Felton | Feltron.com.

Layout | Typefaces of the World poster

The Typefaces of the World poster is a very pretty poster, highlighting the origin of 50 popular typefaces alphabetically, and listing the date and author.

The idea is to familiarise designers with the origin of the type, so as to be able to better use the different faces. I think a timeline element would add to this, maybe by lengthening the line accordingly.

WANKEN – The Blog of Shelby White » Showcased Work: Typefaces of the World Poster.

Layout | Should I work for free flowchart

Nice chart by Jessica Hische on whether you should do free work or simply say no. Click on the image to view larger.

Jessica Hische

via Should I work for free?—a flowchart.

 

Related:

Do not work for free under the guise of good exposure

Layout | Santa Brand Book

Very humorous brand guidelines for *Santa* by the Quietroom, giving Pantone colours, fonts and extensive brand positioning.




Santa Brand Book.

Graph | Facebook map versus the rest of the world

 

Further to yesterday’s post showing the Facebook friend map, here is Thorsten Gaetz take. He created a map of the inhabited world, by plotting in red wherever the population density was higher than 2 people per square mile. Over this map he laid a grey scale version of the Facebook map. What you get it both the Facebook map, and a map of places that either have facebook blocked, or other social media is more popular.

 

facebook vs. the rest of the world | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.

Graph | Inception dream levels diagram by Christopher Nolan

Following on from the earlier posts on the different dream levels and kicks in the movie Inception, here is the original diagram by director Christopher Nolan for the film.

Other Inception diagrams:

 

inception-dream-layers-map.jpg (1200×927).

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