Top 17 Independent INFOGRAPHIC DESIGNERS 2013
1 Tiffany Farrant
An information graphic and web designer based near Bristol in the United Kingdom, Farrant enjoys "trawling" through big spreadsheets and "making information look pretty".
Official Website: www.tiffanyfarrant.co.uk
2 Trevor Johnston
Having worked for several years as a graphic journalist, Johnston now works as a technical and infographic digital artist on an independent basis.
Official Website: www.trevorjohnston.com
3 Stephen J. Beard
Beard is a veteran of newspaper information graphics, having worked with such publications as the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the Indianapolis Star.
Official Website: www.stephenjbeard.com
4 Lokesh Dhakar
Based out of Baltimore, Dhakar specializes mostly in user interface design, but you can find him also involved with a "stealth startup" in boston called Wigu.
Official Website: www.lokeshdhakar.com
5 Paul Horn
Horn is a freelance infographics journalist, graphic artist, illustrator, and cartoonist. He has worked at the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Reno Gazette-Journal and the Daily Sparks Tribune, in addition to owning Cool Jerk, Intl.
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Official Website: www.cooljerk.com/hornographics
6 Greg Dizzia
Dizzia offers a number of different graphic design services. The Chicago-based freelancer has worked in information design, posters, illustration, and photo manipulation, among other disciplines.
Official Website: www.gregdizzia.com
7 David McCandless
This London-based author, writer, and designer is passionate about visualizing information with a minimum of words. The independent data journalist specializes in organizing facts, data, ideas, issues, statistics, and more.
Official Website: www.davidmccandless.com
8 Carol Zuber-Mallison
focusing mostly on the corporate side of the equation, Zuber-Mallison is the woman behind ZM Graphics. She produces corporate presentations, annual reporters, textbook graphics, cutaway illustrations, and diagrams.
Official Website: www.zmgraphics.com
9 Kevin Vertommen
The self-described "design addict" comes by way of Belgium and he promises to bring you the "best design resources and inspirations."
Official Website: www.theroxer.com
10 Jess Bachman
By his own admission, this largely web-focused infographic design creates "super viral content for awesome clients." He can be found on Twitter as @mibi.
Official Website: www.byjess.net/posts/infographics
11 Mark Kolle
Freelancing for over ten years, Kolle "works in a fresh, accessible and light style" to convert "complex subjects into compact, clear images."
Official Website: www.marckolle.com
12 Brian Cragin
Brian Cragin is an infographic designer in San Diego specialize in creating infographics about and for your business. He has 20 years of visual journalism experience analyzing and understanding complex subjects and visually communicating it to large audiences.
Official Website: www.briancragin.com
13 EJ Fox
Freelance infographic designer, done infographics on subjects like super-PACs, US prisons, inequality in America, SOPA, and alcohol use, among others.
Official Website: www.ejfox.com
14 John Grimwade
John Grimwade's site featuring some of the work he has done for Conde Nest Publications
Official Website: www.johngrimwade.com/Dindex.html
15 Santosh Kushwaha
A Freelance infographic designer from India. Worked for a number of magazines - CFO India, IncIndia, People Matters, CTO Forum, Gadgets & Gizmos, Business Today (India today group) - and newspapers (Amar Ujala, Gulf News).
Official Website: www.santosh-kushwaha.blogspot.in
16 Mike Wirth
Mike Wirth's site featuring his infographic design work. Mike's fine art has appeared at: Rockefeller Center and the Chelsea Art Gallery in New York, NY; The Split New Media and Film Fest in Split, Croatia; The WRO Wroclaw Media Art
Biennale in Wroclaw, Poland.
Official Website: www.mikewirthart.com
17 Joe Lertola
Designer that has many published illustrations appearing in Time Magazine.
Official Website: www.joelertola.com/grfx/index.html
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