“Visual Budget – an Interactive Guide to the Federal Budget.”

March 18, 2011 at 9:32 am Leave a comment

via SwissMiss (March 18, 2011):

Visual Budget will be a data-visualization web site that explains all the complicated ins and outs of the US Federal Budget using interactive charts and motion graphics. It is a tool that lets citizens like you and me understand this important issue, armed with the latest most comprehensive facts and figures. It brings a new breadth of knowledge to our political discourse and helps us share our opinions with artistic power.”

I agree with Tina; this is definitely worth supporting. FYI the group of guys executing this also operates as the firm Higher Media.

March 18’s daily design idea is a simple truth: information needs to be accessible in order to be useful.

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