Max Gadney’s Infographics

I’ve recently become a big fan of Max Gadney’s information design work for World War II magazine. The history of war equipment and weaponry isn’t really my cup of tea, but Gadney’s explanatory graphics are fantastic. In a recent post, he describes the specifics of his process including an interesting explanation of his use of color to help group related information that is spatially dispersed, bold words about Minard’s masterpiece and an argument for including easter eggs inside the graphics.



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