Our latest Tuts+ Workshop Design Challenge asked you to create a Freestyle Map Infographic based on whatever theme you wish! We received several designs over on the Vectortuts+ Facebook page and we're so proud to share with you the creative and colorful designs you have submitted to the challenge.
Tuts+ Workshop: Freestyle Map Infographic Challenge, Final Round!
Check out these great vector infographics by our readers in this first and final installment. Don't worry if you've missed this challenge, there is a new Tuts+ Workshop just around the corner!
I´m working in German Film productions, so I have to get permits for every location that we want to shoot at.
I work in Illustrator to do the maps and use Google maps as reference. I add the road layer, building layer, symbol layer etc.
I’m David – web designer at Symphony Online, this community project got me thinking about a cool way to show some of our website stats since launch.
Check out David Moore's website.
Hello, I work for SNL Financial in the news department. I manage the production department and I sometimes get to create infographics for articles posted online.
This particular map I did for the HR Department. The challenge was to depict the various points of data from our offices around the world. I really enjoyed putting this one together.
I learned graphic design at the advent of computer graphics, and have only recently gotten into vector drawing. The company where I work recently had a party to celebrate its 30th anniversary, and I created this map to send along with the invitations. It doesn't have a huge amount of detail as most of our guests are familiar with the area and/or have visited before.
My employer threw a 30th anniversary party recently and I was tasked with making a location/site map.
Since most of our guests know the area, a tremendous amount of detail wasn't required, so it was fun to throw in something like the ferries and compass rose.
I have a background in graphic design (from way back), but Illustrator is still fairly new to me. This map was a blast to create!
Check out Kim Hart's website.
I am a cartographer and graphic designer who designs all of my maps in Illustrator. Most of my map work is created for wedding packages. This is one example of my wedding work.
I love creating maps, looking at maps, thinking about maps. This is a great Workshop!
Check out Libby McCalden's website.
I used the tutorials on the site to help with the map and the pins (thanks for those). The infographic is based on education in Thailand (Where I live and work). Specifically on the failings going on right now.
Hungry for more?
Although this Tuts+ Workshop is over, we're always starting new projects on a variety of themes. Coming very soon is a new Workshop with several tutorials linked in to inspire you! Until then why not check out our current community focused articles which you can get involved in:
We publish a wide variety of tutorials and tips on Vectortuts+, but it's not often we get to see the other side of our tutorials. In our "Created by You" Tuts+ Workshop, we shine a spotlight on the fantastic work created by the students of Vectortuts+ and give you the opportunity to take part.
Vectortuts+ is all about helping people turbo charge their skills we have special community posts that will help our readers take their images to the next level. The best thing is, you can be part of it too! We accept submissions of artwork you wish to be posted to gain feedback from our readers.
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