Wednesday, June 23, 2010

WSJ's Interactive Graphics: China's Housing Markets, via Innovative Interactivity

Dissecting China's Housing Market - Multimedia - WSJ.Com
"How does China's housing market work?  Who are the main players? And why have housing prices gone up so much?  Watch an animation explaining all this and more."

The Wall Street Journal has dedicated a great interactive webspace that focuses on the country's housing market.  Interactive content includes a timeline that shows the correlation between government policies and housing prices, videos that provide an overview of the situation and how the dream of home ownership is shared among many who live in China. The info-graphics are well-done.

For further information and analysis about the WSJ piece, see Tracy Boyer's recent post on the Innovative Interactivity blog: 
Wall Street Journal utilizes motion graphics to illustrate China's housing market.

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