6 Lessons from Analysing 230 Interactive Infographics [Study]

6 Lessons from Analysing 230 Interactive Infographics [Study]

The goal of this blog post is to look at 230 examples of interactive content and look at possible learnings we take from the successful and unsuccessful.

A few things worth mentioning before getting into the meat of the list:

  • The list has been researched by myself and so is heavily biased in favor of my experience of the web. Please shout if I have missed your super viral interactive.
  • I have removed any content from any big name publishers, such as The New York Times, Guardian and the Economist. These large publishers all have a pre-existing audience and so the share/referring domain figures will be biased in their favour.
  • The referring domains figure will benefit older content versus newer content
  • The list is heavily in favour of agencies who share their work publicly so if you want me to include your work in the list then don’t hesitate to get in touch.

This blog post will look in detail at 10 successful and unsuccess

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