We were absolutely delighted that giants of the creative and design world, CreativeBloq.com ranked our infographic at number 2 worldwide in their list of top 10 infographics of 2015!

The best of the best!

Before we joined forces, our creative designers were part of The New Media Company. And it was back in 2015 that were were given this prestigious award. This post was updated on 13th February 2017 to bring it up to date.

Our infographic; The Ultimate Battle Old Vs New in Graphic Design has traveled far and wide and been viewed more than 200,000 times after the guys at Creative Bloq posted it on their site and voted it the second best infographic of 2015.

CreativeBloq.com are the go to gurus for all things creative, web and graphic design. They showcase the top design work globally keeping the audience up to speed with the trends and developments of the creative world.

Infographics have exploded over recent years. They can be based on just about any topic, from serious such as where the world’s oil comes from to polar opposite like learning which wine goes with certain food and even infographics about infographics.

Infographics are “graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to visually present information quickly and clearly” and regardless of what information people are after, there’s an infographic out there ready and armed with loads of visual information.

“The Human brain processes Visual content 60,000 x quicker than text”

With there being so many great infographics produced around the world, it makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside that CreativeBloq.com picked our infographic to be in their top 10 infographics in 2015.

Have you used an infographic to gather more information, or thought about using one to display information relevant to you and your business? Let us know in the comments below.

Here's the popular infographic:

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