Saturday, January 27, 2007
Wow. This is an incredibly sad but clear example of the power of interactive graphic design.
It's entitled Faces of the Dead and graphically illustrates members of the U.S. Services who have died in Iraq.
Each pixel square represents one soldier and when clicked on highlights the name, age, branch, state and hometown of the brave soul.
Note to self: This is exactly what newspapers and magazines ought to be doing online.
NYT: Faces of the Dead
Also check out this pictorial representation of the key words used in all Bush's State Of The Union addresses:
NYT: State Of The Union