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, … Continue reading
No stranger to the limelight, this band of intrepid animators, illustrators and all-around creative geniuses deserve a salute for their years of brave service in making sense of so many topics.
How can mobile data help stave off hunger? Watch and find out.
Helping to inform future college grads on what’s in store.
Fraser Davidson masterfully illustrates one of Bill Maher’s New RUles explaining how the Football system in the US is really socialist.
The innocuously named bills get various activist treatments visually explaining their pitfalls and dangers.
Breaking down the principle of the Electoral College and why it doesn’t seem quite fair.
The History of Satellites
The Conception of Wine
The Status of AId
Topic: Nuclear Power and the costs therein Tactic: Motion Graphics This was the quick Demo we used for our presentation at Geekend2010. It uses research into the how GA Power is currently going about funding the construction of their new Nuclear power plant in GA. Here are links to the news articles that started it … Continue reading
So this is the video you were supposed to have seen at the start of our presentation yesterday afternoon. Sorry for the technical glitches and thanks again to those who were kind enough to sit through it.
Topic: The Financial Meltdown Tactic: Motion graphics Brief: Simplified icons and graphics help make the complicated financial meltdown understandable, even if it’s still makes you mad. Sense-Maker: Jonathan Jarvis
Health Care Overhaul Explained