• Here's who took home the trophies - and $20k in cash - at the 2017 Information is Beautiful Awards
  • The 2017 Information is Beautiful Award winners will be announced TONIGHT at our London event, celebrating the world's finest information design. 
  • 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.

    Alice Taylor is Director at Walt Disney StudioLab and founder of MakieLab. She has formerly worked as Channel 4's Commissioning Editor, VP of Digital Media for BBC Worldwide Americas and Executive Producer for BBC New Media and Technology. 

    @wonderlandblog | StudioLab


    Lorraine Hawkins is Head of Digital at the World Cancer Research Fund, where she is responsible for the management and technical development of digital for the UK, Netherlands and Hong Kong. She was previously Crea...

  • Get to know 7 more of our accomplished judges.
  • As we tally the votes, introducing another 7 of our pro judges.
  • 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:


    Terror, war & violence

    Want to fix gun violence in America? Go local by The Guardian

    Dead on Arrival by Reuters

    On Their Way: the Journey of Foreign Fighters by DensityDesign Lab




    How a Melting Arctic Changes Everything by Bloomberg Graphics

    The Point Of No Return - How the world is adapting to climate change by DensityDe...

  • Explore every shortlisted work in our Unusual category, home to anything that doesn't fit in the other categories.