I’m getting a “head-start” publishing this “Best” list. As of the date this post is originally appearing, only a couple or so collections have been announced.
However, many more will become available as the month goes on, and I’ll be adding links to them here.
I’m adding this post to All 2017 “Best” Lists – In One Place!
In the meantime, in addition to those year-long collections, here are links to all my infographic-related “Best” lists:
Here are this year’s collections:
The world’s best visualizations of 2017 is from Information is Beautiful.
The 100 Best Infographics [Interactive] is from Siege Media.
Year in Review: 2017 in 12 Charts is from The World Bank.
There has been loads of 🔥🔥 data viz in 2017, so we’ve put together The @puddingviz Awards, honoring our fav. pieces of the year! 👏👏 to @DeniseDSLu, @stuartathompson, @thuhuongha, @nkl, @zachlieberman, @mattfelsen, @xocasgv, Sarah Crespi, & @jiayoujy https://t.co/v12udl2bOp
— Ilia Blinderman (@iliablinderman) November 22, 2017
2017: The Year in Visual Stories and Graphics is from The New York Times.
Data Visualization 2017 is from Axios.
2017 in Guardian Visuals: a thread of our biggest 📷 🌍 📈 projects of the year pic.twitter.com/ivbU89Ih9x
— Guardian Visuals (@GuardianVisuals) December 1, 2017
2017 in 17 graphics is from The L.A. Times.
The Year in Graphics: 2017 is from The Wall Street Journal.
10 Best Data Visualization Projects of 2017 is from Flowing Data.
More people have disapproved of President Trump’s performance than approved it, and the gap is growing wider. For more trends, both good and bad, check out the Year in Charts: https://t.co/u0T3nB2yVE pic.twitter.com/PvmNp3vVrT
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) December 30, 2017
Spent a bit of time this afternoon looking back on 2017 @globeandmail.
It has been quite a year. Privileged to work with a fantastic, smart, creative team of visual journalists. Much more awesome stuff to come in 2018.https://t.co/GbZNqJVsex
— Matt Frehner (@mattfrehner) December 29, 2017
The Year in Visual and Interactive Storytelling is from ProPublica.