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Oct142011

Infographics in the Wild - Submit your photos!

Infographics in the Wild is a new photo group on Flickr started by myself and Robin Richards (ripetungi.com). This photo group is open to everyone.  I post infographics from the Internet here on Cool Infographics almost every day, but there are many, many more examples to be found IRL (in real life) on signs, products, stores, airports, restaurants, etc.  We are asking you to submit any photos of infographics found “in the wild”.

Back in September, Robin posted about Infographics in the wild #1 that he had found around his location in the UK, and we started talking about the idea of starting a photo group where anyone could submit a photo.

I have set the requirement in Flickr that any submitted photos include a geo-tag location so we can also visualize all of the photo locations on the map - just because we all like seeing stuff like that!

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Reader Comments (3)

Thanks, these infographics offer great tools for us as teachers in emphasizing visual thinking. Educating students to decode images takes on greater meaning today with visualizations and infographics successfully competing with traditional maps and charts in the classroom. Check out our blog all about graphicacy in education: http://theasideblog.blogspot.com/2011/10/graphicacy-infographics-as-literacy.html
October 14, 2011 | Unregistered Commentertheasideblog
I never thought of it that way, but you have a great point. Infographics were being created IRL long before they were "invented" them on the Internet.
October 26, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDrew Cassels
This infographic is not IN the wild but ABOUT the wild. And it is a very cool infographic much like the name of this site so I thought it fits!

http://propacificbee.com/infographic/AHB/index.php
December 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJoe Roberts
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