Viruses. We all hate them. If they aren’t slowings us down physically, they are slowing down our computers. See the best of the worst on uniblue’s The Greatest Viruses of All Time infographic from Uniblue’s free resource libraries site liutilities.com.
“If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito.” ― Dalai Lama XIV
Viruses are inevitably small in nature, yet engineered to unleash intense and often terrifying devastation. They leave a costly aftermath whether it’s the irreparable loss of human life, or millions (sometimes billions) of dollars in lost revenue and property.
We have gone through history to find the worst viruses of them all; little creatures and scripts that have taken advantage of social and economic situations to propagate and amplify their prowess in mayhem and destruction.
Join us in this brief journey through time, spanning back as early as 1348 where we shall meet the darkest and most wicked viruses to ever afflict mankind.
This is a really elegant design that does a fantastic job of telling a story and walking the reader through the information.
Mostly text and illustrations, there aren’t many numerical data point to visualize. The few numbers there are to work with, could have been visualized better to give them context and help the readers understand them better. Why are 21 human icons shown to represent “75,000,000 to 200,000,000 dead” from the Black Death plague?
At the bottom should be some type of copyright (or Creative Commons) statement, and the URL for readers to find the original infographic landing page.
Designed by Derek Fenech, thanks for sending in the link!