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Sites for the visual explainers
June 21, 2006, 12:42 pm
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Every community of highly skilled professionals probably has a home on the Web. The infographics people of journalism are no exception.

Thanks to Katie Ratcliffe, who runs infographics production in the Asia-Pacific for Agence France-Presse, we now have a good roundup of sites and blogs for news graphics, via The Editors Weblog. If you teach design in a journalism program, these sites are wonderful resources for your students.

A couple that Ratcliffe missed:

From Ratcliffe’s list:

Some of these sites focus largely on printed information graphics, and there’s a heavy bias toward newspapers. But you can find some examples of online work here and there, more on some sites than others.

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