The winner of best overall infographic for First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! campaign includes the release and successes of the PlayStation in its timeline charting the growth of childhood obesity.
Found among the 11 significant dates are the 1995 release of the PlayStation in the US and the 2005 milestone when the console reached 100 million units sold. Other important dates in the graphic include McDonald’s introduction of its supersize drinks, the opening of the first shopping centre food court and the introduction of high fructose corn syrup.
Here’s the site’s take on the graphic (seen above) and why it won first place.
Jenn Cash’s timeline “showing the rise of childhood obesity compared to the growing amount of food we eat and TV we watch is a sobering reminder of what we need to do to make our children healthier. It’s incrediblywell sourced and well illustrated and takes home our top prize.”