Britistics – UK Infographic
Newspaper Supplement
Britistics is a personal data visualisation project which collects British statistics from reputable sources such as Office for National Statistics and OnePoll. The aim of the supplement is give readers a modern day picture of the UK today.

Britistics uses a combination of symbols either: designed by me, adapted by me, public domain or designed by The Noun Project. Those attributed to the Noun Project: house, dog, sick man, family genetics, stop watch, monitor, television, laptop, CD, ipod, game controller, trolley, news, clapperboard and key.

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