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Information is Beautiful Awards

Claire Davies

Former editor and head of content

Tech Digital 25.11.2013 / 10:27

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Winners of the 2013 Kantar Information Is Beautiful Awards

The winners of this year's Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards have been announced. In its second year, we have seen a substantial hike in overall quality plus a continuing trend towards interactive visualisations.

The overall "Most Beautiful" winner, by Bloomberg Visual Data, is pictured above.

Data Visulisation Gold

Nobels, no degrees -  Giorgia Lupi, Simone Quadri, Gabriele Rossi, Davide Ciuffi, Federica Fragapane, Francesco Majno 

Infographic

Global Warning - Derek Kim 

Interactive

Bloomberg Billionaires Index - Bloomberg Visual Data

Motion Infographic

The Solar System - our home in space - Concept & Design: Philipp Dettmer, Animation: Stephan Rether, Typography: Cathrin Ziegler, Sound design: Thomas Veith

Tool

Infogram - Uldis Leiterts, Raimonds Kaze, Alise Semjonova

Special Awards

Community Award

Politicians' Salaries and Income Inequality - Ahmad Barclay, Joumana Al Jabri, Naji El Mir, Ramzi Jaber, and Zahraa Mortada

Student Award (Tied)

Here I Go Again - Jacob Hagen

Meteorites 1900 - 2000 Kim Albrecht

Studio Award

Nobels, no degrees - Accurat Studio - Giorgia Lupi, Simone Quadri, Gabriele Rossi, Davide Ciuffi, Federica Fragapane, Francesco Majno 

Individual Award (Tied)

The Atlas Of Kant's Legacy - Valerio Pellegrini
Taxonomy of Comic Book Characters Tim Leong 

Corporate Award

Urban World - McKinsey Global Institute

You can read more about the awards and see the winning entries across all categories by visiting the awards website.

Source : Kantar

Editor's Notes

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