In this infographic, I like the use of how the infographic presents its map – how it gradually appears overtime by adding circle vectors to make up the countries. I also like the circle vector shapes with the people in them and how they pop out with a sound effect that sounds like a button.
I particularly like how it transforms into a replica of the Facebook timeline page. This was an idea I had in mind and wanted to use.
Overall the transition of informations is soft a flows and is not overbearing. I like that the text is minimal and that in general a blue pallet of colours are used as opposed to a random assortment of colours,as sometimes that can be distracting to the information.
Not related to social media, but very nice animation! I would hope to produce something similar to this. I particularly like the way the information is transformed from one shape to another without having a break. Presented in the way of life cycle.
I like the diversity of text and shapes in this infographic, its not weighted to just text or just shapes, but shows an equal amount. I like that there is no voice over but just a background song with sound affects. Its simple and flows but has a little more “oomph” than the infographic above.
In this infographic, again i like the use of people popping out of the map with a button sound affect. I like the use of statistics and how it’s presented neatly, concisely and not overbearing – the information is associated with bulleted point vector shapes, to make a clear connection.
I had an idea to do something very similar if not exactly this – a spinning globe that would nice introduction to my statistics.
This infographic is not based on social media, but i really like the way it was presented, lots of unique animations such as a magnifying glass. Overall i find it similar to the first infographic – simple, flowing, soft and concise.
I only like this infographic for one aspect really, and that’s when the population of people appear and disappear tothe sound affects of clicking.