Google’s Flutter has been released in 2017 as an open source project aimed to help developers build cross-platform apps faster by using a single programming language. Even though it has yet to achieve mass adoption, it has started seeing huge growth rates since its release, and if that trend continues we will see more and more apps built in Flutter.
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 50%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 70%
Usability - 45%
This infographic provides information about Google's app-building tool Flutter, including technical details, a world map of users, and results of a user survey. The color palette of red, blue, and aquamarine works well, particularly in the user map and the "User Experience" section, but clashing shades of red are visually confusing throughout. This infographic's text is consistent, length-appropriate, and doesn't contain errors. The text isn't geared towards a wide audience; it contains technical information and acronyms that might cause confusion for those not well-versed in this topic. Although this infographic offers compelling data relevant to its focus, the visualizations lack nuance, comparing very unequal numbers side-by-side. Other data points, such as results of the user survey, aren't visualized at all, but represented with typography. Donut charts could work more effectively to showcase the data here. Overall, this infographic has some strong data, which could be simplified and supported with more effective data visualizations. We'd give this an F.