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.
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In this project snapshot, we take a look at Mashable’s “Something’s Got to GIF” interactive poll and infographics.
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Humans live, breathe, and dream stories. Most people know this intuitively, but there is also research to support storytelling as a primary basis for how we categorize, remember, and make meaning.
For example, a recent collaborative study between Harvard’s Computer Science Department and cognitive scientists from MIT found that when it comes to visual content, the strongest responses were to human and human-recognizable imagery.