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Data Visualization, Infographic Design, Visual Thinking, Product Development and Marketing professional fascinated by good infographics.  Always looking for better ways to get the point across.

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Nov022011

Client Infographic: Look Both Ways Before You Cross

 

Pedestrain Deaths in Southern New Jersey takes an infographic look at some usually inacessible and hard-to-find data from the different state department websites.  Console & Hollawell worked with InfoNewt and designer Nancy Gage to bring the data together into one infographic that tells a more complete story.

The New Jersey personal injury lawyers at Console & Hollawell receive calls on a daily basis from the unfortunate victims of car accidents across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We are actively pursuing lawsuits in several cases. In an effort to bring attention to these dangers in New Jersey, we created the infographic below to help bring these statistics to light and ultimately help pedestrians maintain more awareness when crossing these dangerous New Jersey streets.

Although child deaths while crossing the street are the events that get the big headlines in the news, I was surprised that only 4 of the 157 deaths were kids.

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Reader Comments (2)

The top graphis here may be tremendously informative and cleverly designed, but I will never know. I waited a full minute for the image to finish loading, am leaving this comment while it continues and will be gone long before it's finished.
November 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKenya
Oh my, that's a lot of deaths and 38 percent of it was caused because of drunk driving? That's nasty. I think what needs to be done here is to impose strict rules against drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs.
November 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHalley | Poster Printing
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