A nice row of real-time data visualizations enriches the online showcase of the popular German cars brand Mercedes Benz.
A picture is worth a thousand words so I think that an infographic can easily summarize and replace the text in your website.
A perforated carboard texture and simple isometric icons convey a technical and cool feeling to this simple and clean introduction.
The distinction and hierarchy of the different offerings are expressed by arranging the graphic elements on a fake perspective.
We simply love Tiffany Farrant work. Check out her work!
A nice example on how to create an original and captivating home page, using charts and infographics.
A straw poll, generally speaking, is a vote with non mandatory results. In this case, it’s the name of an online app that lets you create tiny daily polls in 140 characters or less, using your own Twitter account.
The nice thing about this app it’s that you can vote but also add your motivation: we’re beginning to feel kind of bored with anonymous polls.
A nice monkey mascot illustrates the steps needed to get started with Stickybit, a nice app for Iphone and Android that lets you link digital contents to every existing barcode: when someone scans it, they’ll see what you have attached (e.g. a video, your curriculum, a song) and you’ll get notified.
A simple infographic introduces WWF’s French campaign “protect the forest”. They are both commendable website’s aim and graphics.
Your Flowing Data is a great online app that lets you record personal data using Twitter’s direct messagge.
The project scope is simple: if you start collecting and registering tiny facts of your life every day, later you will be able to analyze the choices and behaviours your data will reveal. There are different kinds of visualizations available: Calendar, Tree map, Cloud, Time Series.
A beautiful home page made only by infographics, that work as well as navigation system.
Have you ever thought about displaying your resume as statistical data, shaped as nice infographics?
Well, Oli Gosling, web developer based in Bristol, did it with beautiful and memorable results.
When it comes to pricing tables, it’s quite usual getting the different offerings arranged into columns, in order of increasing price from left to right.
But another quite remarkable trend in web design is slowly spreading: it consists in positioning the most relevant (according to your business) offer in the middle of the table so it creates a powerful visual simmetry that really grabs user’s attention.
Wofoo is an HTML form builder. To put it better:
a web application that removed the inefficiency and tediousness out of the form building process. Wufoo reduced what used to take days (if not weeks) by trained professionals into something that could be done by anyone in minutes.
I really like Wufoo’s brilliant pricing and signup table that I find inspirational from many points of view. Where do I start?
I loved the cartoon-ish hint conveyed by the typeface, the latin expression that entitles each pricing offer, the nice, little breadcrumbs on the top left corner, the overall friendly, not-conventional yet professional suggestion that this well designed page implies.
I was quite fed up with charts I’ve been drawing for the web site I’m working at, finding boring and pitiful that I had to deal with simple and non-creative forms (such as bars or pie-charts) while other designers, with less restrictions, are able to design beautiful and inspired infographics.
I’ve started dreaming about using complex visual representations you usually see on newspaper or PDF also on web sites, where real time data and pre-defined frameworks are the most common constraints.
So, while I was looking on the web for some inspiration, I’ve run into some amazing web sites dedicated to infographics that I’ll publish very soon on W&P.
Enjoy and be inspired.
There’s a fun detail in Feedrinse price plan, a service that allows to filter unwanted Syndicate contents. Can you tell which?
By the way, packages’ names are great.
Intervals is an online tool for project management and time tracking. The price of the product is a quite simple table, but with a very useful mouse over that highlights both rows and columns and thus greatly facilitates the reading of data.
I don’t know exactly how to define Freckle: an application to manage time slash tasks slash projects?
Loved the graphic of its price plan.
Fogde Morten Christensen’s blog beautiful infographics.
Spokeo’s price plan: a search engine to find people in the most popular social networking and public databases.
Interesting the idea of giving evidence and distinguishing a button by overlaying a badge.
Mindmeister’ price plan: an application to create and share mind maps online:.
I liked the differentiation of icons depending on the type of offer.
Ballpark price plan Ballpark visually shows how the costs increase proportionally to the range of services offered.
A nice way to present data sometimes a bit boring.
How many books have you read? How much coffee have you drunk?
If you want to track your stats and show them to friends and relatives, Daytum is the social for you.
Although their use has been dramatically (and thankfully) reduced in recent years, tables are the most suitable tool for expressing numerical values.
As in this case, using a bit of fantasy, you can make even a price plan table attractive, nice and clear reading.