The 15 Best Infographics of 2014

Corey Wainwright
Corey Wainwright



Every year people proclaim the death of something or other in marketing -- and the death of the infographic doesn't escape conversation. It's probably because while more people have caught on to the power of infographics for communications or marketing initiatives, not all of them are doing it well -- so it's hard to separate the wheat from the chaff.

These 15, however, managed to stand out. My criteria here were not scientific. I looked for infographics that I simply could not stop reading til the very end -- or in the case of the interactive ones in the latter half of this post, the ones I couldn't stop exploring. 

Enjoy perusing the best of what 2014's infographics had to offer, ranked in no particular order (except for #1 -- I love #1).

1) 10 Signs You're Reading a Gothic Novel, by Adam Frost & Zhenia Vasiliev


2) A Ranking of Rappers by Size of Vocabulary, by Matt Daniels

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3) Beyond Belief, by Mark McClure and Adam Frost at Graphic Digital Agency


4) Creative Routines, by RJ Andrews at Info We Trust


5) Your Brain on Beer vs. Coffee, by Ryoko Iwata at I Love Coffee


6) The Depth of the Problem, by Richard Johnson and Ben Chartoff, The Washington Post


7) 2014 Regulatory Climate Index, by U.S. Chamber Foundation


8) Facebook & Twitter: The Future Through Acquisitions, by Marie Dollé, Roseanna Ellis, Gerwin Van Lenthe at Kantar Media


9) 42 Butterflies of North America, by TableTop Whale


10) Flight Videos Deconstructed, by TableTop Whale


11) Gender Map, by Two-N

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12) Selfieexploratory, by SelfieCity

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13) U.S. Daily Temperature Anomalies 1964-2013, by Enigma

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14) Distance to Mars, by David Paliwoda & Jesse Williams

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15) How Americans Die, by Matthew C. Klein at Bloomberg

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Share your favorites that we missed in the comments or on social media.

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