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Monday
Jun162014

Let Dad Be A Kid Again!

Let Dad Be A Kid Again! infographic

Wait…Dad Was A Kid??? is a fun infographic that was released for Father’s Day by Sphero.  A child from the 60s and 70s myself, I remember EVERY one of those toys!

It’s true.  Once upon a time, your old man was a young lad.  And like any kid, he loved his toys.  But which toys did Dad play with back in the day?

This is a fun, highly sharable timeline design.  Mostly images with minimal text.

The footer should include a copyright statement and the URL back to the infographic landing page so readers can easily find the original, full-size version. 

Wednesday
Jan232013

LEGO Minifigs

LEGO Minifigs infographic

The LEGO Minifigs infographic is a history of LEGO Minifigs (Mini Figures). The infographic designed by Hot Butter Studio for visual.ly includes the dates when characters were introduced or when a certain feature was added. An added bonus to the infographic is the information about female LEGO minifigs and the FRIENDS line that was designed primarily for girls.

This is a fun infographic with some interesting factoids that will keep readers engaged with the design.  LEGOs are cool right now, so the timing for this design is good.  It’s also a topic that has not been well covered in infographics, so it stands out as unique information.

I wish a few of the data points were visualized like number of minifigs sold each year or space events along an actual timeline visual.

Thanks to Karyn for sending in the link!