A Visual History of the Supreme Court - New Infographic Poster!
Today, I want to share the launch of Timeplots.com. A new infographic site focused on designing visual timelines by Nathaniel Pearlman and Frank Hamilton. The Timeplots.com site launched today highlighting their first project; a poster called “A Visual History of the Supreme Court of the United States”.
This large-scale (48″x32″) print displays the full sweep of American federal judicial history from 1789 to 2009. It combines biographical information on every Supreme Court justice with a visualization of the influence of U.S. presidents and their political parties on the Court over time, and includes vote counts and summaries of landmark cases.
Months of work went into researching the history of the Supreme Court, and that effort really shows through in the level of detail in this poster.
It’s a good thing they offer this as a large format poster, because the detail draws you closer to discover the events and landmark decisions that are the colorful history of the SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States).
I love that even on their About page, they created small, infographic timelines as a visual of their individual experiences and career histories. Here’s Nathaniel’s:
Timeplots has also started a new service, Timeplots on Demand:
Timeplots’ dedicated staff is ready to work directly with you to honor your own organization—your company, school, nonprofit, team, church, or family—with a custom Timeplot of your institution’s history. Let us help you collect data, create memorable images, and visualize the developments of your institution.
Congratulations to both Nathaniel and Frank!