This graphics grabs my attention because of its simplicity, use of color and creativity. To me, the best info graphics should be easy and fun to read yet contains necessary amount of information to feed the readers. As graphic designers, we do not need words to put out information, rather, it is the images and graphics that delivers the message.
I put this graphics Infographics process as my inspiring graphics because it tells the story without really complicated design skills and lots of working hours. The working desks are essentially an alternative timeline, and we can see people interacting as individuals but also as people of different professions. The drawing is really simple that I think I can even do it by myself in one of the Missourian shifts, but it tells a lot of information, as the steps goes forward from selecting the topics to finally designing and testing. Different people of professions are also doing different jobs in each of these steps. Overall, it is fun, easy and creative. And it sparks the interests out the readers.
What clicks is the creativity. This goes well with my background as I am full of ideas but lacks the art background to draw super fancy objects. I hope that in the future, I can do graphics like this one. And as I can not really find any more graphics from the designer, I am also expecting to see more pieces from him as well.