Factblink is a blog that provides visual commentary on current affairs.It publishes orginal infographics with a brief analysis on timely topical issues related to economics (money), political trends (power) and relevant social issues. 

 

Factblink is the result of the combination of talent, skills and experience of Roberto Foa and Carolina Rodriguez.  Both Roberto and Carolina have outstanding track records in their fields of work that ranges from design and communications to economics and international development. Together they have developed a new approach to the analysis and visual display of information. Factblink’s hallmark approach is based on a unique combination of historical insight, statistical analysis and flawless design to create compelling visual concoctions that tell interesting fact-based stories.

 

ABOUT THE FOUNDERS

Roberto Foa

 

Roberto Foa is Director of the Centre for the Future of Democracy and the YouGov-Cambridge Centre for Public Opinion Research at the
University of Cambridge. His academic work has been published in a wide range of leading journals, and is regularly cited in global media
debates in papers such as the Financial Times, the New York Times, the Guardian or The Atlantic, to which he has also contributed as an
opinion writer.

Roberto Foa

Carolina Rodriguez

 

Carolina Rodriguez is a communications expert with 20 years of experience in international settings. She has specialised in the design and production of communication products, including infographics, reports and campaigns, specifically targeted at global leaders and policy-makers. She has a trackrecord of visualizing complex data in simple ways to facilitate decision-making. Her work is used by organizations that need to communicate policy issues, report impact and illustrate change.

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ABOUT FACTBLINK ORIGINAL INFOGRAPHICS

 

Our infographics are all original and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

We appreciate seeing what has been done with our work. Please send us a link or a message if you do use our material.