The Shortlist 2016

Discover which dataviz, infographics and interactives made the shortlist in the 2016 Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards... and help your favourites win a share of $30k in prize money.


:: check out the 2016 Shortlist


Explore each category...

Data visualization - a singular viz (maybe with some slight interaction)

Infographic - a series of visualisations along a theme or story

Dataviz project - a piece involving multiple viz, could be a book / site / exhibition

Data journalism - graphics and longform copy working together

Interactive Visualization - filtering, sorting, manipulation, exploration

Dataviz website - the go-to place for inspiration and new work


...and vote for your favourite

  • Hit the grey "VOTE" button on the right
  • You can only vote once in each category
  • once you’ve voted that’s it - you can't change your mind
  • voting closes Tues 11 Oct 23:59 PST 

The public vote gets added to the decisions from our 30+ expert judges. Each category has three prizes - gold, ($1,000), silver ($500) and bronze ($250) - plus numerous special awards and our Most Beautiful prize of $5000. All winners receive a trophy.


I'm shortlisted - what happens next?

Feel free to get your social media contacts to vote on your entry. If you mention our Twitter (infobeautyaward) and Facebook we'll try to RT and share as much as we can. 

We'll be emailing all shortlistees by Fri 30 Sep with next steps including invites to the London ceremony on Weds 2 Nov or the NYC party on Tues 15 Nov.

If your're shortlisted but don't hear from us by 11.59pm PST on Fri 30 Sep, it's probably because we don't have up-to-date contacts for you - so drop us a line.

Want us to change the image / text / credit / link? Have other questions? Check the housekeeping notes on our Longlist before emailing us with your query.


:: Browse the 2016 shortlist & longlist
:: Read more about the categories for 2016
:: Check out the winners from last year and 2015's showcase of shortlisted entrants

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