Information design in its widest sense is about the selection, organisation and presentation to a given audience. Information can come from any source. In some areas of information design, the content can be vast and the user only extracts what is needed for a particular purpose. In other cases, the content may lie not so much in the information as in its movement in a given direction or even its rate of change. Like semiotics, Information graphics can inform, present, and convey an idea that may help us in some way. Below shows a collection of different but general examples of information graphics. Personally, I find a lot of information graphics to be very boring and visually ineffective, therefore if I was to do my own, I would try to make it a little more interesting.