At loveit coverit , we surveyed 1,000 parents across the UK about issues relating to children and mobile phones, including the use of smartphones in schools, the increasing trend of cyberbullying among young people, and a look at what age children should be given smartphones and how this is monitored.
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 60%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 55%
Usability - 65%
This infographic provides information and statistics detailing parents' perspectives and concerns about the impact of children's smartphone use in social and academic environments. This infographic's title might cause confusion for viewers, since it gives the impression that the main subject is the effects of smartphone use on children, when actually the main subject is the opinions of parents. The color palette and data visualizations are simple and cohesive, although the visuals could more clearly communicate the concept of children's smartphone use. The text of this infographic is mostly error-free, although weighed down slightly by repetition and a few inconsistencies in text treatment. Overall, this infographic consistently represents its information, but could benefit from a reworking of the title and greater specificity in its visual elements. We'd give this a D.