When this landed on my desk I was slightly trepidatious thinking that it was another Trump hater article – and I’m not into sharing hate anything.
But, when you read through this is an insightful piece of content that drills deep into a fascinating subject – the trade war between the US and China.
Through currency manipulation, inhumane labour laws, intellectual property theft to market barriers and censorship. The infographic dissects the Chinese pork market and touches on the current coronavirus outbreak.
How Pigs Helped President Trump Win the Trade War infographic by Pigly has a lot of content to go at.
Design 3.75 out of 5
The header has a strong illustration that captures the sentiment of the graphic and as you scroll through the page, sections are clearly defined and there are enough images and graphs to break up a monotonous scroll and keep the eye engaged.
Illustration 3.5 out of 5
Images are well-rendered in a fun style that suits the nature of the piece with plenty of cute pigs on scooters. For so much going on, the page manages to avoid a visual overwhelm by not going overboard with colours.
Typography 3 out of 5
All text is clearly presented and readable with subtitles defined with a clear hierarchy. Basic but acceptable.
Content 4 out of 5
There’s a lot of information going on here and a clear narrative meanders through the page. It does make a random jump to coronavirus and divert off to how viruses jump species but overall this does present a case of information about the subject.
Overall 3.5 out of 5
A fun infographic that presents a clear narrative about the US China trade war.