the Story of the Bible…an InfoGraph

Here’s a crappy version of my InfoGraph entitled ‘the story of the Bible.’ I know, I know what you are going to say, ‘Great title Matt!’ Well, I don’t blame you.

Hopefully you can decipher what is going on in this graphic. It’s about the bible..its story more specifically…represented graphically, and textually. Tell me what you think.

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5 thoughts on “the Story of the Bible…an InfoGraph

  1. Sean Thelen says:

    Ch-ch-check yor splleing. It’s very good though. I like the opacity you have the flag set to and the gradient of the cross, etc.

  2. Sean Thelen says:

    Look at the quotes in #1. 3: consider changing it to “God chose Abram and his descendents” or “descendents and family” or something. 4: I’m not sure that the sentences are complete (maybe throw it into Word). Maybe there would be a way you could tweak it to make them complete like the rest. 6: consider revising.

    As for the image, I agree. Maybe it could be a little bit lighter. I’m not sure how you would do it.

    It looks good Matt! I’m not sure if I’d be able to do something like this. It’s a good, quick witness to readers.

  3. sunflowerman says:

    hmmmm.. thank you for the comments sir. I see what you mean by 4, I think I was going for a definition style, and the others were more narrative…they need to flow better.

    Yes, I do need some revision, and thank you for suggesting some. you need to be my editor sean… add it to your list

  4. Sean Thelen says:

    Consider it added. You can send me a check in the mail.

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