Of late, I’ve been rather down on this graphic approach to conveying complex information. Too often, what information value is contained in the graphic is overwhelmed by cuteness, triteness, or both.
So when one Allison Morris inquired via my contact page (rarely, alas, a reliable source of useful interaction) about promoting an infographic she’d worked on, I was skeptical. (It was a good sign, though, that she had in fact read at least one post on this blog.)
My fears, happily, were unjustified. I don’t know anything about OnlineClasses.org, but I do like their flowchart for young jobseekers about what to post or not on their social media accounts. Well done, Allison et al!