Based on our research people of all ages use their cell phones to text while driving. This shows that texting while driving is still a problem in 2020. The data that we collected shows that over 50% of teenagers under 18 have seen their parents or relatives texting while driving. From over 260 respondents the 20.5% have seen friends between 18-24 years old also falling in this bad habit. This shows us that everybody texts while driving. Driving is a privilege that should take it with responsibility because takes seconds to cause an accident. Check out our infographic to learn more!
Score from the experts at Killer Visual Strategies
Visual Communication - 30%
Design - 45%
Content/Script - 75%
Usability - 50%
This infographic shares statistics about the prevalence of texting while driving. Although the infographic is missing a title that would inform the viewer of the main subject, the individual data points are fairly understandable, and the content is free from grammatical and punctuation errors. Although there is plenty of data featured, most of it is not visualized. The only exceptions are 2 circle charts, which don't accurately represent the percentages they're intended to. Although the monochromatic color palette ties the various elements together, the infographic lacks any visual representations of cars, driving, or texting. Overall, this infographic contains some interesting information, but it's not effectively highlighted with visuals. We'd give this an F.