The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and The Atlantic round out our top picks for this week.
The Washington Post – How Trump’s inaugural speech differed from past presidential addresses
This graphic from the Washington Post examines inauguration speeches of past and present. It uses illustrations of past presidents and focuses on different topics addressed in the speeches. With quotes, color, and an attention to detail, this graphic perfectly compares and contrasts inauguration speeches.
The Los Angeles Times – How Trump’s Cabinet picks compare to Obama and Bush’s nominees
Similarly to Washington Post’s inauguration speech comparison, the LA Times takes Donald Trump’s cabinet picks and streamlines your ability to view experiences across the Obama and Bush administration cabinet picks. The graphic is easy to understand and helps to give you more information on the people who will be helping to run the country.
The New York Times – Pictures From Women’s Marches on Every Continent
The photos of these marches take you across the world. With stunning photography and a little sidebar globe that scrolls along the page, the New York Times seamlessly brings you into the marches across the world without overdoing it.
The Atlantic – The Story of an Iconic Obama Campaign Chant, Animated
The Atlantic’s animated videos are some of the best out there. This one, released on the eve of Trump’s inauguration, narrates the campaign slogan “Fired Up, Ready to Go!” through beautiful and creative animation. The video itself is on the longer side, but worth every second.