• Explore the shortlisted entries in the data visualisation category and vote for the best, by hitting the grey link on the project page of your choice.
  • Now it’s YOUR turn to join the judging panel!
  • It was no easy task, to hand-pick the best among so many great entries, but the shortlist for the 2015 Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards is finally live.
  • While you take a break from perusing the longlist, read on and meet some more of our outstanding judges!
  • Super-pleased and honoured to unveil the longlist for the 2015 Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards.

    It’s been another vintage year in the world of data visualization and information design - if these 425+ entries are anything to go by.

    An incredible range of creativity - both in design, code, concepting and styling. Plus some very interesting trends we’ll share with you later.

    Check out the list


    Right now, for your browsing pleasure, we’ve divided them into several categories:

    data-visualization - a singular viz (maybe with some s...

  • While your entries and nominations flood in, we have been assembling a hit squad of dataviz gurus. Over 30 judges will pick the winners. Meet them:
  • Women Gold Medalists is a project by designer and philosopher Wendy Fox. Celebrating diversity of female athletes’ body types, it's an interactive visualization paired with simp...
  • Beautiful infographics accompanied the print programme for the 2014-2015 season of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Created by the Berlin-based agency Golden Section Graphics, they offer a glimpse into the musicians’ lives, their musical tastes and their family history. 

    The cover was created by wiring the musicians during a concert and harvesting the sound pressure data.



  • Rifling through the ever-growing nominee list, we noticed some great examples of attempts to explain the Syrian war and the ensuing refugee crisis in different award categories.