Interactive infographics (often referred to as “interactives“) are gigantic, majestic, gorgeous, mysterious beasts. Everyone loves them, everyone wants them, but there’s a disconnect: Not everyone knows what to expect from them. And that can be very problematic. Because unlike static projects—which more easily adapt to edits, changes, and tweaks—interactive infographics can prove costly when redirecting, reworking, and reconcepting…
2015 is right around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking about what your visual content will look like in the new year. With new publishing platforms and more formats available to brands than ever before, infographics are evolving in very specific ways. Here, we outline the three trends we think we’ll see more of. Take a look, and let us know what trends you think are on the horizon.
During our last office-wide Hack Day, we closed down shop for a day to work on a few C5 projects and experiment with creating some cool stuff—just because. Now we’re excited to share one of those projects with you. Check out Groove Glider, the first official Column Five video game. (Pro tip: You should turn your…
In this project snapshot, we take a look at Mashable’s “Something’s Got to GIF” interactive poll and infographics.
This post originally appeared on Visage. Infographics are more than mainstream; they’re moving into the immersive entertainment world. The new video game Metrico (great name, even better tagline: A Game About Infographics and Free Will), was inspired by—of all things—infographics. Mirroring the minimalist infographic design aesthetic and gamifying users’ data input, Metrico combines all our…
We are really grateful to have the chance to collaborate with a variety of organizations doing fantastic work. Kroched Kids intl. is the latest non-profit we teamed with to create their unique annual report.For every project, half of the magic is in the making, so we love to share some of the behind-the-scenes with you. Here, the team chats about how it came to be.
In “Data’s Dark Side: Creating The Rover’s Dystopian Future,” we discuss creating visual content to support Robert Pattinson’s new film, “The Rover.”
To find out how the Supreme Court has historically ruled (conservatively or liberally), we created an interactive visualization of supreme court decisions.
Self-promotion is tough for a brand. Here are 3 ways to promote yourself—without promoting yourself.
Column Five’s Director of Communications, Kelsey Cox, shares 5 tips to get eyes on your interactive content.