• The 2017 Information is Beautiful Awards has seen some major upgrades – retooled categories, an expanded judging panel, & an open ceremony to name just a few. 
  • As we prepare to announce the dataviz champions of 2017, join us in reminiscing last year's ceremony. 
  • A huge thank-you to the entrants, public voters and expert judges who are making 2017's Information is Beautiful Awards the most nail-biting yet. 
  • The final instalment of our 'meet the judges' series.
  • Get to know 7 more of our accomplished judges.
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    Mark ‘Spike’ Stent  is a multi Grammy-Award winning music producer. He has worked with the likes of Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Coldplay, Madonna, Oasis & Bjork, among many others. 

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    James Harkin is the Director at the Center for Investigative Journalism. His work has...

  • We've brought together a superlative panel - some dataviz gurus & others experts in specific categories - whose votes join yours to decide the winners. 
  • Some important topics have really grabbed the imagination of creators this year – explore key stories with shortlisted examples from each below:
  • Explore every shortlisted work in our Unusual category, home to anything that doesn't fit in the other categories.
  • Check out the shortlisted works in our Sports, Games & Leisure category, the place for graphics about sports, hobbies, games & leisure activities.

    Berlin Marathon 2016: how fast your city runs

    By Berliner Morgenpost - Julius Troeger and team

     

    These days in baseball, every batter is trying to find an angle

    By Washington Post - Armand Emamdjomeh

     

    America’s most common Christmas-related injuries, in charts

    By Quartz - Keith Collins

     

    What city is the microbrew capital of the US?<...

  • Discover the shortlisted works in the Science & Technology category, for pieces exploring technology, science, biology, medicine or health.