Similar in concept to last week’s example of the list infographic, the extreme infographic focuses on the most noteworthy items of the subject matter. The extreme infographic is heavier on the facts, rather than just visuals, and focuses on the top, or most extreme.
Take the case of our sample infographic, which looks at the biggest diamond, bank, and art heists of all time. Making use of thorough research, the infographic’s author establishes what are generally believed to be the top heists in all three categories, and writes up notes showcasing just why each each is classed as “extreme.”
The infographic does a good job of incorporating a clean central theme, blending in the different heist scenarios into a single canvas. The recurring stylistic elements of the map background and the “outcome” section tie together the separate topics into the intended focus of the need for security.
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