History of Presidential Inaugurations

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On January 20th, 2013, President Obama will be sworn in for his second term as President of the United States of America. In honor of this historic event, WyzAnt.com, a national tutoring service, has created a visual overview of presidential inaugurations over the last 80 years including a summary of the state of the nation at the was sworn into office. Inauguration_infographic

Infographic Review

Infographic Design: A

I like the design with the American colors and a great pictures and charts to summarize the information.

Infographic Information: A

I think this is a good historical reference that many people will find interesting especially with the relevance to the latest presidential inaguration.

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2012 Presidential Online Advertising Campaign

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This infographic looks at the use of paid search ads during the 2012 presidential campaign. How much did the internet search play in the election? Did Americans search for the candidates? Which candidate spent their advertising money wisely? The infographic may answer some of these questions.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: A

I think the design of this infographic has an antique look to it that makes this whole election seem like it happened 50 years ago. I like the black and white pictures of both Obama and Romney head to head. I think the use of their faces incorporated into the images give the infographic some humor. I appreciate the use of the red and blue colors to distinguish the different candidates. I believe a lot of work was put into the design of this infographic.

Infographic Information: A

The information is interesting just to see how much the candidates paid search actually paid off in the end. I thought it was surprising that Romney seemed to have spent some money so that his named showed up under paid search results when someone googled Obama. This shows that he was trying to steal people away from Obama. This is just one example of some of the interesting information this infographic offers.

Infographic provided by Rosetta


Payday Loans Infographic

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This payday loans infographic breaks down these loans how people perceive them. Some people use these payday loan resources as a way to make ends meet until they get paid. Others see it as a vicious cycle that traps people in debt. This infographic looks at who hates payday loans the most and why.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: C

The first thing I notice about the design is that there are very few images and lot of numbers. When I see something that has a lot of numbers I am already not willing to read it. It is important to create an infographic that will attract people to read it. Unfortunately this infographic does not do that. There are just too many numbers and statistics that overpower the infographic.

Infographic Information: B

The information is interesting because it shares some thoughts on payday loans and why people either love them or hate them. It was interesting to see the difference of opinions between borrowers and non-borrowers. I like how they do show the demographic information about payday loans because it shows the people who are using it really do appreciate and need it. The main people who “hate” against payday loans are the ones who do not use them. The main point I think the infographic shares is that if you are going to use a payday loan you need to be educated about them.

Infographic provided by 100dayloans.co.uk


The Cost of Traffic Congestion

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This road congestion infographic breaks down the cost of traffic jams and how much they are really costing us.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: B

I think the design for this infographic is organized very well with different sections clearly labeled. I think the information is broken down so that readers are able to follow it better. I like the creative use of charts and graphs to display the information. The colors go well together with the simple background and blue and orange text colors. I appreciate the title being so large and then having a subtitle to sum up what the whole thing is about.

Infographic Information: B+

The information was interesting and thought-provoking for anyone who drives or operates a car. We may not think how much time we are wasting sitting in traffic. I also like that the information gave reasons for traffic so that readers can hopefully keep them in mind to avoid. The facts on the cost of congestion were amazing and frankly shocking to think about. I really found this information to be a great read.

Infographic provided by Nationwide Insurance


Medicare Infographic

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Many people in this country have a medicare plan that helps them afford health benefits. Our country has a lot of opinions on healthcare and who should get it and who should pay for it. This infographic looks at the Medicare Annual Enrollment and breaks down just how many people are benefiting from Medicare.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: C

The design for this infographic is a little on the cluttered side. I have a hard time following the information because I feel like there is no real order. The title is small and long which does not make it standout to the readers. The images scattered throughout the infographic do not really go with the information. I do like that all of the numbers in the statistics are in a large font for emphasis. The bright neon green does attract attention and bring the readers eye to the bottom.

Infographic Information: C

The information is a little boring with lots of numbers and very few graphs. I always think it is a smart idea to use graphs to display numerical information because readers like that better. I do believe that the infographic has good statistics for anyone who is interested in Medicare.

Infographic provided by www.allsup.com