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Interactive charts, Motion Graphics

Visual Budget

Visualbudget

With a combination of motion graphics and interactive charts, this work-in-progress project of Neil Halloran perfectly dissects the US federal budget in a way that will (hopefully) cut through unnecessary bickering at family gatherings. It’s in BETA so you’ll need to sign up for an entry code, but it’s well worth it.

Tactic: Interactive charts, motion graphics

Topic: Economics

Website: visualbudget.org

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