Food #Infographics

“Reasons Why You Should Never Skip Breakfast,” by Sara Cox & Kayla Laughlin

Reasons Why You Should Never Skip Breakfast.png

“The Fro-Yo Frenzy,” by Zacharoula Kataxinos & Manikol Ouk

The Fro-Yo Frenzy

“Dunkin’ Donuts vs. Starbucks,” by Olivia Martin & Whitney Torgerson




3 thoughts on “Food #Infographics

  1. James Wegman December 4, 2015 / 1:12 am

    I was very impressed with these infographics! Who knew you could give a well thought out, well written, and intriguing pieces about food. I guess that’s the magic of journalism. I love the colors for the Frozen Yogurt infographic. The different font colors, sizes, and formats are also something you don’t see much. It really catches the ye and goes perfectly with the images. It’s also a great way to show the benefits and advantages over ice cream as a healthier alternative. The breakfast infographic does a great job showing how important it is to have the most important meal of the day or else you may regret it.I like how they take advantage of the vertical styling with the listing of the numbers as they’re all kind of connected to the border. Very interesting choice of framework.


  2. Craig Wyszomirski December 15, 2015 / 5:52 pm

    You guys do a great job on these infographics. As a side note away from the post, I really like the images and everything about these infographics it keeps it fun and interesting and isn’t too stressful on the eyes. I couldn’t agree more with the post about breakfast, as an athlete I have played on days where I have skipped breakfast and days where I have had a full breakfast, the results were night and day. I played so much better when I was up and ate breakfast, the body is so much more alert and charged up after a full breakfast.


  3. Alicia March 5, 2016 / 9:40 pm

    I really enjoyed these infographics and I one hundred percent believe that breakfast is vital. I, personally, cannot go a day without breakfast because I won’t feel well nor will I be able to function at all. I really believe that taking a few minutes, even if its something really small like a granola bar, to feed your body in the morning is crucial. It makes a world of different, especially if you are an athlete or have something really important such as an exam or job interview. The Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks section surprised me a lot because even though Starbucks has nearly 4000 more stores, Dunkin’ Donuts sells more than twice as much coffee and the company’s stock market value is more than 10 times greater! Yet, more customers said they would return to Starbucks than Dunkin’ Donuts.


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