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  • Where Ya Running?

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    Dustin
    14 May 2014 | 11:39 am
     Strava has created a global heat map of running and biking data (77,688,848 rides and 19,660,163 runs).
  • The science behind a happy relationship

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    Daniel
    13 Jul 2014 | 9:11 am
    What do scientists about people in happy relationship? According to this relationship infographic the The happy ratio is 5:1 - happy couples have 5 positive interactions for every negative one. Happy couples talk more - people in the most successful marriages spend 5 more hours a week being together and talking. The happiest couples have sex 2 to 3 times a week and having sex once a week makes people 44% more likely to have positive feelings. Couples who have new experiences together report feeling more loving and supportive towards one another, and more satisfied with their marriages. Do you…
  • Interactivity as overhead

    Junk Charts
    junkcharts
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:21 am
    Making data graphics interactive should improve the user experience. In practice, interactivity too often becomes overhead, making it harder for users to understand the data on the graph. Reader Joe D. (via Twitter) admires the statistical sophistication behind this graphic about home runs in Major League Baseball. This graphic does present interesting analyses, as opposed to acting as a container for data. For example, one can compare the angle and distance of the home runs hit by different players: One can observe patterns as most of these highlighted players have more home runs on…
  • Secrets of a Killer Blog Post: Images

    Cool Infographics
    Randy
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:35 am
    It can be hard to run a successful blog. Here at Cool Infographics, we strongly believe in graphics and images (big surprise right?). But if you still need a little persuading, the Secrets of a Killer Blog Post: Images infographic can tell you more great things about images and what they can do for your blog. You already know that well-researched, high-quality content is the backbone of a killer blog post. But don’t underestimate the importance of a strong visual component when you’re composing your latest and greatest update for your audience The human brain processes…
  • House of Cards: Power Connections

    Cool Infographics
    Randy
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:48 am
    We’ve all have heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.”  The House of Cards: Power Connections infographic from Linkedin brilliantly uses the House of Cards show to show a good example of being connected. How powerful is your connection network? Relationships Matter From college internships to becoming President of the United States, who you are connected to and how you leverage those connections matters. We wrote the post 4 sales strategy lessons from Frank Underwood to take some learnings from the show and how…
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    Chart Porn

  • Looking Across the Ocean

    Dustin
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:47 am
    This awesome map shows what really is over the horizon as you gaze across the waves.
  • Where Ya Running?

    Dustin
    14 May 2014 | 11:39 am
     Strava has created a global heat map of running and biking data (77,688,848 rides and 19,660,163 runs).
  • Suck it Pantone

    Dustin
    14 May 2014 | 10:30 am
    “A Guide to Paint and Color” (Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l’eau) was written in the year 1692 and contains over 2100 colors. You original book can be viewed here.(via)
  • Clean Forecast

    Dustin
    13 May 2014 | 10:02 am
    I’m loving Weather Underground’s forecast data layout nowadays. Clear icons combined with layered charts. When something is done well, it seems so simple. **Muah**
  • American Middle Class

    Dustin
    2 May 2014 | 8:13 am
    So, how does America’s middle class compare to those around the world? Not as good as it used to. It takes a second to absorb these charts, but they show how other countries’ middle class incomes have closed the gap on the USA from 1980 to 2010. Except for our top income brackets – they are still the richest of all. The original article tries to explain parts of this trend.
 
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    Cool Infographics

  • House of Cards: Power Connections

    Randy
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:48 am
    We’ve all have heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.”  The House of Cards: Power Connections infographic from Linkedin brilliantly uses the House of Cards show to show a good example of being connected. How powerful is your connection network? Relationships Matter From college internships to becoming President of the United States, who you are connected to and how you leverage those connections matters. We wrote the post 4 sales strategy lessons from Frank Underwood to take some learnings from the show and how…
  • The Ultimate Guide to the Moustache

    Randy
    10 Jul 2014 | 10:30 am
    I moustache you a question. How do you pick your facial hair style?! The Ultimate Guide to the Moustache infographic presented by Juvenci balances length with groom time. Find out where you are on the spectrum! We have just finished working on our ultimate guide to the moustache! It features 48 moustache styles sorted by a groom time v growth time matrix (with some fun moustache facts thrown in there too!). This is a fun little graphic that brings style into the daily struggle of a man with his moustache.  The infographic design needs to include the infographic’s URL at…
  • Secrets of a Killer Blog Post: Images

    Randy
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:35 am
    It can be hard to run a successful blog. Here at Cool Infographics, we strongly believe in graphics and images (big surprise right?). But if you still need a little persuading, the Secrets of a Killer Blog Post: Images infographic can tell you more great things about images and what they can do for your blog. You already know that well-researched, high-quality content is the backbone of a killer blog post. But don’t underestimate the importance of a strong visual component when you’re composing your latest and greatest update for your audience The human brain processes…
  • Defining Moments in Canadian History

    Randy
    1 Jul 2014 | 11:10 am
    Happy Birthday Canada! To celebrate, American Appraisal has created the Defining Moments in Canadian History infographic to commemorate the last 147 years that have shaped Canada into what it is today. July 1st is Canada Day and from coast-to-coast, Canadians will celebrate our country’s 147th birthday with pride. To kick off celebrations, here’s a fun infographic with little-known facts about Canada, events that made headlines, and uniquely Canadian milestones. I like the visual timeline of major events and milestones with illustrations and icons.
  • The Periodic Table of Fictional Minerals

    Randy
    30 Jun 2014 | 11:45 am
    Periodic tables are always helpful whether your in chemistry class, or reading an infographic that uses the idea! The Periodic Table of Fictional Minerals infographic from Buy Metal Online is about the many different fictional materials made up for tv shows, animated series, games, comic books, films, and literature. This infographic we have made is a periodic table of metals, minerals and other elements that don’t exist, except in popular culture (notably films, TV shows, animated series, games, comic books and literature). The table is a fun play on the real-life periodic table and…
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    Information Is Beautiful

  • Islamic Sects, Schools, Branches & Movements

    david
    10 Jul 2014 | 4:30 am
    Sunni? Shia? Hanbali? Ismali? Deobandi? Taliban? ISIS? A visual guide to the major & notable sects, schools & movements within Islam. Much confusion and chaos reigning in Iraq, amid the complex territorial, historical and doctrinal allegiances and enmities of the wider Arab world. I’m feeling confused by the breeze-block reporting of this situation as a straight Sunni vs. Shia conflict. So here’s a diagram that at least differentiates some of the major and notable schools & branches with Islam and gives a little context and location for groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS…
  • Antibiotic Resistance

    david
    8 Jul 2014 | 4:30 am
    A lot of fear and furore around the increasing resistance of bacteria to antibiotics. We took a look at the numbers. See our visualisation. The datasheet has more info: http://bit.ly/KIB_Antibiotics Taken from the forthcoming infographic mega-tome, Knowledge is Beautiful (HarperCollins, Sep 2014) Pre-order Amazon US & UK.
  • $5000 Dataviz Challenge: Design a Page of My New Book

    david
    11 Mar 2014 | 9:00 am
    I got stuck visualising a dataset for my new book, Knowledge is Beautiful (US & UK). I wondered if you could help? It’s a dataset on the price of a human life, today and historically, from ancient slavery to modern human trafficking. Pretty disturbing but important data, compiled to highlight a growing, global problem. We’re running it as a mini dataviz challenge on the Information is Beautiful awards. There’s a $5000 prize pot, thanks to our beloved sponsors Kantar. And you don’t have to be a designer to conceptualise and enter a design – you can submit a…
  • Good Relationtips – Most Commonly Given Relationship Advice

    david
    12 Feb 2014 | 1:05 pm
    What romantic relationship advice do twenty five popular guides agree upon? A visualisation of romantic wisdom.
  • Timeline of the Far Future

    david
    8 Jan 2014 | 8:30 am
    Looking forward to this year? Why not look forward to the next 5 QUILLION years? See the data-visualization of the timeline of Earth’s far future. (Warning it doesn’t look pretty) Created for BBC Future under our IIB Studio label.
 
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  • You get a personal data site, and you get one, and you too

    Nathan Yau
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:08 am
    Personal data collection keeps getting easier and more efficient. Much of what was manual or clunky a few years ago is now automatic, done via the phone we carry every day anyway. More recently, personal data is finding a way out of the closed networks and applications and on to our own computers and servers. Anand Sharma's personal site is the newest example of what an individual can do with his or her own data. On a whim a few months ago, Sharma downloaded the Moves app, which tracks your location, and was hooked. Then with some design inspiration from Tony Stark, Sharma put a site together…
  • Flights around Ukraine

    Nathan Yau
    18 Jul 2014 | 8:04 am
    The New York Times is covering Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 with a series of maps. The ones above show a sample of recent flights in the area. Some airlines, such as British Airways and Air France show a clear path around Ukraine, whereas others take a more direct route.
  • Geologic map of Mars

    Nathan Yau
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:23 am
    The USGS released a more detailed geologic map of Mars, not just renderings based on rough models. The USGS-led mapping effort reveals that the Martian surface is generally older than previously thought. Three times as much surface area dates to the first major geologic time period - the Early Noachian Epoch - than was previously mapped. This timeframe is the earliest part of the Noachian Period, which ranges from about 4.1 to about 3.7 billion years ago, and was characterized by high rates of meteorite impacts, widespread erosion of the Martian surface and the likely presence of abundant…
  • Spiky betting odds during LeBron James decision

    Nathan Yau
    17 Jul 2014 | 3:44 am
    LeBron James decided to head back to Cleveland, so naturally the odds that they win the championship went up. Todd Schneider charted the betting odds as the announcement happened to see how much they went up. Of course that 10% already had built in some likelihood that James would choose to play for the Cavaliers next season. Before Cleveland was considered a threat to land LeBron, their championship odds were around 2%, so the 10% Cleveland odds immediately before LeBron’s decision perhaps reflected market expectations that LeBron had a 50% chance of choosing Cleveland: 0.5 * 0.18 + 0.5 *…
  • How much underwear to bring on a trip

    Nathan Yau
    16 Jul 2014 | 2:21 am
    Packing underwear for a short trip is easy. You just pack a pair for each day you're away. However, longer trips require extra planning. Pack a pair for every day, and you get a bag that's too heavy. Pack too few and you have to launder your dirties more often. Reed Kennedy and Carrie Smith gave this problem some extra thought, in search for the ideal underwear count, given the number of days you leave. The result is the chart above. Simply select your trip length on the top, and then move down to find your ideal underwear count. The numbers inside the grid cells indicate how many times you…
 
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    Interactive Data Visualization

  • Are you Getting Forced Down the SAP Simplicity Funnel?

    Ryan Goodman
    30 Jun 2014 | 8:43 pm
    This week, SAP confirmed plans to consolidate their BusinessIntelligence portfolio into select categories. No one would argue that SAP has too many tools in its bag, so this is a great move to simplify their Business Intelligence portfolio. PHOTO CREDIT: The Lean Entrepreneur Customers who are jammed down the funnel of simplicity and required to make changes to staff and technology will need better results (faster delivery and higher adoption of Business Intelligence). If SAP moves in one strategic direction with a focus on interoperability, innovation, and execution savvy customers will…
  • LIVE EVENT: New Trends in Location Intelligence

    Ryan Goodman
    11 Jun 2014 | 8:00 am
    There is a huge wave forming as we generate more location-based data than ever before. The challenge of extracting meaningful information from the massive volumes of data we create is the perpetual problem that all enterprises face. Sound familiar? That is how every Business Intelligence article starts…  Inside of the SAP BusinessObjects ecosystem, I have been fortunate to ride the dashboard and interactive data visualization wave for years. Today, I spend all of my time thinking about new challenges and opportunities to create location-based visualization and analysis.
  • The BIG Data Drinking Game

    Ryan Goodman
    1 Jun 2014 | 6:44 pm
    In 2012, while walking the show floor at SAPPHIRE NOW, I formulated the Big Data drinking game. The rules were simple: When you hear “Big Data” spouted as marketing jargon, drink! When you hear “Big Data” and “Cloud” as in one sentence, take two drinks. If someone gets “Big Data”, “Mobile”, “Cloud” and  within the same breath, finish your drink! Why the drinking game? It is evident that some vendors, consultants, and even misdirected customers immediately jumped into the Big Data pool without a legitimate business case. Some of the demonstrations were technology…
  • Choropleths for Analytics- Business Value or Executive Eye Candy?

    Ryan Goodman
    11 May 2014 | 5:29 pm
    As you brush up on your location intelligence terminology or explore mapping tools for your organization, you may run into something new called a Choropleth. Often referred to as a “heatmaps” in the business intelligence world, Choropleths provide coloring coded visuals of geographic areas / boundaries on a map. Choropleths provide user friendly approach to assign weight to geography using color intensity, which can be valuable for specific scenarios over bar charts. Particularly for more granular geographic levels like postal codes or other sub-administrative areas, you can use…
  • What are your Dashboard Plans Poll Results

    Ryan Goodman
    28 Apr 2014 | 10:14 pm
    In late March I launched a poll “What are your Dashboard Plans” to better understand what the traditional community of SAP Dashboards users are up to. Realities of the Business Intelligence marketplace today. 1. Many customers are increasingly using multiple vendors to service needs users, across multiple business units, job roles and devices. 2. Speed for delivering value back to business users and user adoption is extremely important criteria for success. 3. There are more data visualization tools, frameworks, and options than ever before for creating visualization apps and…
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    Data Mining: Text Mining, Visualization and Social Media

  • Bing hearts World Cup 2014, Google - not so much

    Matthew Hurst
    12 Jul 2014 | 12:19 pm
    While Google has been doing a great job of their front page animations (today's is very nice, illustrating how Brazil and The Netherlands are on their way to Russia for 2018), Bing appears to be far more attentive to actually answering questions about the competition. For example: Compared to Bing's Google's answer brings up some interesting news articles, but Bing brings up stats on the teams and even a prediction of who will win (Cortana - which is driving these predictions - has been doing a perfect job of predicting game outcomes).
  • GrubHub's Phasmid Websites

    Matthew Hurst
    3 May 2014 | 9:49 pm
    The rationale behind mining business data directly from the business's own website is that the business has a clear economic motivation to ensure that the data is up to date. If you own a restaurant that changes location, and your website still publishes the former address, those potential customers who visit your site will not be enjoying your delicious offerings. For the web mining proposition to work, it is important to firstly know that you have in your hand a genuine business website and secondly, to have excellent extraction and inference technology to pull the required…
  • Hopper - new in the travel space

    Matthew Hurst
    19 Jan 2014 | 11:24 am
    Briefly - Hopper is something new in the travel  / local space. In their own words: What if you could plan an amazing trip based on a vague idea — like “spring surfing in California” or “Mediterranean cruise”? What if logistical information popped up right when you needed it, so you wouldn't have to spend hours on research? This is our vision: to make planning a trip an effortless extension of discovering and exploring new places. We spent several years experimenting with different tools, technology and algorithms to collect, organize and manage massive amounts of…
  • FitBit: A great product with an even better website

    Matthew Hurst
    29 Dec 2013 | 10:36 am
    Briefly - Wakako gave me (actually us) a FitBit for Christmas. This is a great product if you are (like me) motivated by data to take action. While I appreciate the device design (small but functional), I really like the thought that has gone in to the data presentation in the dashboard. The displays of the key variables are clean and yet subtle enough to reward interaction by revealing additional dimensions.
  • Review: Information is Beautiful by David McCandless

    Matthew Hurst
    28 Dec 2013 | 5:23 pm
    Information is Beautiful is a thought provoking labour of love by one of the first true data journalists, David McCandless. It is a simply structured collection of graphical interpretations of a variety of interesting statistics, factoids and opinions. It is compelling in its ability to provoke exclamations of surprise at the relationships between facts (e.g. the financial crisis costing us almost four times more than the expected total cost of the west's adventurism in Iraq and Afghanistan) as well as generating respect for the creativity and design that has gone in to presenting the…
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    Well-formed data

  • Shared tag space

    Moritz Stefaner
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:44 am
    A little sideproduct from the selfiecity project: (click for zoomable version) Shared tag space — a comparative visualization of the keywords people in five cities use to describe their selfies. The visualization displays a network of tags, cities and photos. The photos are used as bridges between tags and cities. Only tags that have been used at least twice are displayed with a text label. Bigger tags are used more often. The tags in the center constitute shared vocabulary across the cities, while the ones on the outside are more specific to one (or sometimes two) cities. The visualization…
  • OECD Data Portal

    Moritz Stefaner
    3 Jul 2014 | 2:15 pm
    A few notes on a new, big project I have been involved with: The OECD Data Portal is now in public beta. It is still a bit rough around the edges, but we are excited to see the full website in its entirety. The main design credit goes to Raureif, and the UI implementation has been done by 9elements. I have been responsible for the chart design and specifications, and general data visualization strategy. Unlike many of my other projects, this project is less about spotting patterns in the data, or communicating insights, but starts one step earlier: How can we actually make large collections…
  • OECD Regional Well-Being

    Moritz Stefaner
    23 Jun 2014 | 3:23 am
    OECD Regional Well-Being: A new site for the OECD, and once again with my great collaborator Dominikus Baur and some help from my friends over at Raureif. The site presents an exciting new perspective on more than 300 regions worldwide. As we all know, conditions inside a country can differ quite drastically, so going beyond the country averages presents an important step in the Better Life Initiative. The user experience of the site is very consciously centered around the comparison of single regions in their context. Instead of presenting complex overviews, we start the experience with what…
  • Data Cuisine Workshop Barcelona: The results

    Moritz Stefaner
    19 Jun 2014 | 2:17 am
    The Data Cuisine Workshop Barcelona was fantastic, we had a really great time. Big thanks to my collaborators Dr. Susanne Jaschko and Sebastian Velilla, thanks to Jose Luis de Vicente and Olga Subiros for bringing us over, and last but not least for our great participants for the crazy dish ideas they came up with! Check out the full documentation at data-cuisine.net. (And do get in touch in case you have ideas for other occasions where we could place the workshop — we love exploring this field.)
  • Data Cuisine: Barcelona

    Moritz Stefaner
    23 May 2014 | 4:33 am
    I am ridiculously excited to announce a new edition of data cuisine workshop. This time, it is the Data Cuisine Workshop Barcelona! The workshop is happening in coordination with CCCB, the Big Bang Data exhibition, and Sónar. For the culinary side of the project, we will collaborate with Sebastian Velilla — a chef who has worked for the Alícia Foundation and is currently involved in the activities of the Torribera Food and Nutrition Campus of the University of Barcelona. And — it’s all happening in two and a half weeks (June 10–13). This. is. Crazy! In case you are interested —…
 
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    Sankey Diagrams

  • Yet another Distribution Diagram

    phineas
    4 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    I got alerted by Google to a blog post by Maruthi Jampani at the Express Analytics blog. Sure, I am always excited to get fresh new Sankey diagrams worth to be reported here. But more and more I find distribution diagrams like the one shown in the article ‘Power of Sankey Diagram in Data Visualization’ … and get disappointed. Well, not really. The term ‘Sankey diagram’ has gained a certain popularity over the past years, which is good. With the increase in use of d3.js, Parsets or Fineo we see more of these distribution diagrams. Time to talk again about…
  • Canada Energy Flows by Province

    phineas
    18 Jun 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Another Sankey diagram of Canada’s energy flows is featured in a blog post titled ‘Dividing the Big Picture: Visualizing Provincial Diversity’. The post appeared May 5, 2014 on the Canadian Energy Systems Analysis Research (CESAR) blog by David B. Layzell, Professor at the University of Calgary. It is a follow up to a previous CESAR blog post that showed “the big picture” for Canada (featured in a recent post here on the blog). “The Sankey diagram below shows only the domestic portion of Canada’s energy systems. (…) It also shows how much of that…
  • The Road to Rio Sankeyfied

    phineas
    12 Jun 2014 | 1:29 am
    Only a few hours left until the kick-off of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil … A reader from Germany recently sent me a clipping from the May edition of Germanwings inflight magazine (read it online here). The article on page 36/37 has this Sankey diagram: Interesting visualization, though not fully in line with the basic rules for Sankey diagrams. The width of the bands represents the number of times the world cup has been won. The main issue is that only eight of the participating countries have ever won the cup (Brazil, the pentacampeão won it 5 times, so far…). For most of the…
  • Canada Energy Flows 2010

    phineas
    4 Jun 2014 | 7:59 am
    Featured on the Canadian Energy Systems Analysis Research (CESAR) blog is the below Sankey diagram on Canada’s Energy Flows in 2010. The article reports about a new model called ‘CanESS’ (Canadian Energy Systems Simulator) developed by Technologies Inc. and the University of Calgary. Pulling together data from different sources the tool can visualize energy flows as Sankey diagrams. The big picture of Canadian energy in 2010 is as follows: “Canadian primary energy production in 2010 was nearly 25,600 PJ, and after including 3,700 PJ of imports, total primary energy…
  • Coffee, tea, cocoa

    phineas
    20 May 2014 | 12:31 am
    Blog reader Panalion sent me a photo taken in Amsterdam’s Botanical Garden. It is of a map showing coffee and tea flows from producing countries to mainly Europe and North America. Panalion writes “I thought you might like this Sankey map I found attached to a cable between two palm trees. There were chairs set up to accomodate school classes”. This map is for didactic purposes and features no absolute figures and no year. In addition to the export flows of coffee and tea shown as arrows the map also has circles of three different sizes representing percentage of world…
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    Junk Charts

  • Revisiting the home run data

    junkcharts
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:23 am
    Note to New York metro readers: I'm an invited speaker at NYU's "Art and Science of Brand Storytelling" summer course which starts tomorrow. I will be speaking on Thursday, 12-1 pm. You can still register here. The home run data set, compiled by ESPN and visualized by Mode Analytics, is pretty rich. I took a quick look at one aspect of the data. The question I ask is what differences exist among the 10 hitters that are highlighted in the previous visualization. (I am not quite sure how those 10 were picked because they are not the Top 10 home run hitters in the dataset for…
  • Interactivity as overhead

    junkcharts
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:21 am
    Making data graphics interactive should improve the user experience. In practice, interactivity too often becomes overhead, making it harder for users to understand the data on the graph. Reader Joe D. (via Twitter) admires the statistical sophistication behind this graphic about home runs in Major League Baseball. This graphic does present interesting analyses, as opposed to acting as a container for data. For example, one can compare the angle and distance of the home runs hit by different players: One can observe patterns as most of these highlighted players have more home runs on…
  • Return of the barrel

    junkcharts
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:14 am
    Back in 2008, I wrote about this unfortunate chart by the Guardian (link): The barrel imagery interferes with communicating the data. The green portion looks about the same size as the red portion when the number is four times smaller. This week, the staff at WSJ publish a similar chart in this article about North Dakota fracking. They kind of recognize the distortion and utilize a horizontal cutup instead of following the edge of the barrel. But it doesn't really fix the problem if you look at how 3 percent at the top and at the bottom of the barrel are portrayed. It's not clear to…
  • A small step for interactivity

    junkcharts
    9 Jul 2014 | 5:44 am
    Alberto links to a nice Propublica chart on average annual spend per dialysis patient on ambulances by state. (link to chart and article) It's a nice small-multiples setup with two tabs, one showing the states in order of descending spend and the other, alphabetical. In the article itself, they excerpt the top of the chart containing the states that have suspiciously high per-patient spend. Several types of comparisons are facilitated: comparison over time within each state, comparison of each state against the national average, comparison of trend across states, and comparison of…
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    Visual Business Intelligence

  • A Sure Path to Learning

    Stephen Few
    8 Jul 2014 | 1:14 pm
    Even though we all claim to value education, teaching and learning is rarely done well. To achieve good outcomes, teachers and students must understand how the brain learns. Unfortunately, few teachers have more than a passing acquaintance with the science of learning. Many of the strongly held and frequently espoused notions about learning practices (e.g., good study habits), which seem intuitive, are dead wrong. Scientific investigation into the learning brain has revealed a great deal, especially in recent years, but the findings seldom reach the teachers and learners who would benefit…
  • Design vs. Art

    Stephen Few
    12 May 2014 | 1:37 pm
    I am writing these words in Amsterdam. Yesterday, when I arrived here, I visited the Stedelijk Museum of contemporary art and design. The featured exhibition was the work of the Dutch industrial designer Marcel Wanders. This exhibit was timely, for I’m currently reading a book titled Design This Day by Walter Dorwin Teague, one of the founders of industrial design. The juxtaposition between Wanders’ current work and Teague’s formative concept of design struck me as extreme. Wanders is the antithesis of Teague. The exhibition of Wander’s work featured this huge…
  • The Three Vs and the Big O

    Stephen Few
    6 May 2014 | 8:33 am
    It’s often useful to take a fresh look at things through the eyes of an outsider. My friend Leanne recently provided me with an outsider’s perspective after reading a blog article of mine regarding Big Data. In it I referred to the three Vs—volume, velocity, and variety—as a common theme of Big Data definitions, which struck Leanne as misapplied. Being trained in health care and, perhaps more importantly, being a woman, Leanne pointed out that the three Vs don’t seem to offer any obvious advantages to data, but they’re highly desirable when applied to the Big O.
  • VisualCue: A Zombie, Reanimated

    Stephen Few
    2 May 2014 | 8:17 am
    On two occasions several years ago I was asked by business intelligence publications to review a software product named FYI Visual. On both occasions I gladly accepted because people needed to be warned about it. FYI Visual was a zombie in the sense that, when it was born from the imagination of its creator, a medical doctor, it was lifeless, without substance or worth, animated only by his force of will and wallet. It was a horrible product, completely bereft of usefulness because it was built on an erroneous foundation. Eventually, the product ceased to exist, and I breathed a sigh of…
  • Why Do We Visualize Quantitative Data?

    Stephen Few
    1 May 2014 | 3:14 pm
    We visualize quantitative data to perform three fundamental tasks in an effort to achieve three essential goals: These three tasks are so fundamental to data visualization, I’ve long used them to define the term, as follows: Data visualization is the use of visual representations to explore, make sense of, and communicate data. But why is it that we must sometimes use graphical displays to perform these tasks rather than other forms of representation? Why not always express values as numbers in tables? Why express them visually rather than audibly? Essentially, there is only one good…
 
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    Info Graphics Pool

  • Spring Peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) - Dynamic coloration

    21 Jul 2014 | 8:56 pm
    DaveHuth has added a photo to the pool: Spring Peepers will change color relative to their immediate surroundings. Overall skin color, as well as markings, will lighten and darken depending on surrounding colors and temperature. (Allegany County, NY, USA)
  • Gaza death toll

    21 Jul 2014 | 6:50 pm
    Newsillustrator - Rich Johnson has added a photo to the pool: A graphic attempt to merge humanity with the statistics and remind the reader that these are lives on both sides not just numbers. But focused mainly on the dead Palestinian children. One artist. Two hours. Already out of date because they are killing faster than people can count and categorize. Link: www.washingtonpost.com/world/children-paying-a-terrible-p... Tweet @newsillustrator
  • Matéria "Frutas vermelhas na cabeça" - Revista Saúde

    21 Jul 2014 | 11:54 am
    Letícia Raposo has added a photo to the pool: Design e ilustração em bordado para matéria sobre frutas vermelhas da edição 379 da revista Saúde, editora Abril. || Fotos: Alex Silva || Produção de objetos: Andréa Silva || Junho de 2014
  • 40 Uses for Drones

    19 Jul 2014 | 1:36 pm
    stephens planning has added a photo to the pool: Practical applications for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
  • How Are Gummy Bears Made?

    18 Jul 2014 | 9:33 pm
    InfographicCollection has added a photo to the pool: An infograph by www.LandoftheGummies.com with some fun facts about gummy bears, as well as step by step instructions on how gummy bears are made.
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  • Prospectr Marketing Explainer Video

    Zack
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:32 am
    The post Prospectr Marketing Explainer Video appeared first on Infographic Design Agency – Hire Expert Infographic Designers.
  • Try, Try Again: Reform Repeatedly Rebuffed #ImmigrationReform

    infographicworld
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:56 am
    Efforts towards immigration reform have been repeatedly rebuffed time and time again. As of 2012, there were 11.4 million unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. Check out our infographic to learn more about this hot-button issue. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographic WorldThe post Try, Try Again: Reform Repeatedly Rebuffed #ImmigrationReform appeared first on Infographic Design Agency – Hire Expert Infographic Designers.
  • Fighting For Fairness: The Wage Gap in America #EqualPay

    infographicworld
    2 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Female workers make 77 cents for every dollar that male workers make. Learn more about the wage gap in America and what’s being done about it. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographic WorldThe post Fighting For Fairness: The Wage Gap in America #EqualPay appeared first on Infographic Design Agency – Hire Expert Infographic Designers.
  • Where Does Gitmo Fit In? The Long, Winding History Of Prison Camps #Gitmo

    infographicworld
    2 Jul 2014 | 1:59 pm
    The U.S. spent $454 Million dollars in 2013 on Gitmo’s detention centers. Get a better grasp on Gitmo–from the history of prison camps to the financial, political and human toll it takes. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographic WorldThe post Where Does Gitmo Fit In? The Long, Winding History Of Prison Camps #Gitmo appeared first on Infographic Design Agency – Hire Expert Infographic Designers.
  • Infographics for Dummies

    infographicworld
    1 Jul 2014 | 5:44 am
    After 6-7 months of hard work, Infographic World is proud to announce the launch of our book, Infographic for Dummies.  The book was a true team effort, spearheaded by Infographic World President Justin Beegel, but it came together because of the efforts of many people. In the book you will find great information about things like: The power of infographics How to incorporate infographics into content strategy and communications How best to build a concept and blueprint of what you plan on designing Tips from the best infographic designers in the world on how to build them in Photoshop and…
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  • Guide to College-Level Tests

    Staff Writers
    11 Jul 2014 | 11:55 am
    Examinations are a fundamental (and often stressful) component of the contemporary college experience. Prospective undergrads can expect to take dozens of tests and quizzes between now and graduation day. The format and style of these exams vary by subject, level, and instructor. The most successful college students learn to adapt their test-taking and studying strategies accordingly. We’ve broken down the different types of exams found on college-level examinations and assembled a few of our favorite tips for approaching different testing material and improving studying comprehension.
  • Guide to Academic Reading

    Staff Writers
    4 Jun 2014 | 2:25 pm
    Reading is fundamental to college success, regardless of your major or field of study. According to a study from Cornell College, the average college student enrolled in standard courses should study between four and six hours per day. Reading comprehension and retention of facts and data are two skills you need to master in order to get the most out of your college experience. Here we’ll explore various techniques for academic reading: what to do and what not to do as you try to maximize your reading comprehension. We also consider a sample essay about radiation chemistry (courtesy of…
  • A Parent’s Guide to Financing College

    Staff Writers
    12 May 2014 | 11:17 am
    As a parent who dreams of sending your child off to college without incurring debt or taking on high-interest loans, it’s important to research effective ways to finance your child’s education, regardless of how old they are now. FinAid, a nationally recognized source for financial aid information, notes that parents who plan to finance their child’s education can expect to pay close to two thirds of the total cost “through a combination of savings, current income, and loans.” While at first, the idea of paying for college may seem overwhelming, especially given…
  • Online Study Guides

    Staff Writers
    29 Apr 2014 | 11:51 am
    In addition to libraries, tutors, and on-campus resources, many of today’s students rely on web-based study guides. Below we consider comprehensive, user-friendly guides for biology, history, literature, and other major fields of study, as well as some generalized sites whose study tools cover a range of disciplines. But before we begin, please note: online study guides should only be used to supplement course texts ― not replace them. In order to truly succeed, college students simply must complete any work they are assigned. Also note that copying materials from study guides is…
  • Weighing the Advantages and Challenges of Elementary Homeschooling

    Staff Writers
    13 Jan 2014 | 12:01 pm
    Homeschooling presents a fantastic opportunity to provide one’s children with a rigorous, enrichment-focused education that they may not find in an overcrowded, underfunded public school system. However, parents considering homeschooling their children should also bear in mind the weight of the commitment they’re about to take on. Check below to take a look at some of the pros and cons of homeschooling, as well as some fantastic advice about places to find information, materials and resources for your homeschooling journey. Time Commitment The most obvious challenge involved in…
 
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  • Train Yourself to Speed Read {Infographic}

    cyrus
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:49 am
    Speed reading is one of the most underrated skills to have. You don’t have to be a genius to learn how to read faster. But you will need some practice. This infographic by Mind Flash shows how you can get started with speed reading: [Source Mind Flash] The post Train Yourself to Speed Read {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • 10 Superfoods For Exceptional Health {Infographic}

    cyrus
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:42 am
    What you put in your body directly affects how you feel. Without a well-balanced diet and exercise program, you will struggle to keep yourself in top shape. Adding a few of these superfoods to your diet may be a good idea as well: [via HealthPost] The post 10 Superfoods For Exceptional Health {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • Tips for Snapping Food on Instagram {Infographic}

    cyrus
    20 Jul 2014 | 5:33 am
    Lots of folks share pictures of their foods online. There is nothing wrong with that as long as those pictures are not plain lousy. This infographic by Bookatable shows how you can capture better food photos for Instagram: The post Tips for Snapping Food on Instagram {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • All about the Outernet {Infographic}

    cyrus
    20 Jul 2014 | 5:29 am
    Everybody knows about the Internet these days. It has already changed our lives. The Outernet happens to be a fascinating project that aims to bring free, unlimited web access to the entire planet. Needless to say, that will have a profound effect on our world. This infographic by WhoIsHostingThis covers what the Outernet project is all about: [Source] The post All about the Outernet {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • SEO for International Sites {Infographic}

    cyrus
    19 Jul 2014 | 5:26 am
    Promoting an international website online can have its own challenges. You certainly don’t want to focus on one market when your site is targeting audiences in various countries. This infographic by Smoke & Croak suggest how you can get started with your SEO efforts for your international site: The post SEO for International Sites {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
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  • Iconic Cars from Film and Television

    17 Jul 2014 | 9:36 am
    Here we have an infographic from the number plates website called Simply Show Plates with pictures of the most awesome vehicles from films and television shows. The infographic has an illustration of the Knight Rider car, the ghost busters car, the A team van and more.
  • Everyone Can Make Money with Videos and Photos

    8 Jul 2014 | 2:46 pm
    Here is a great infographic from the software site Wondershare for people who want to make dosh online with videos and photos. The infographic is broken down into sections including how much do you know about videos and photos, monetization flowchart and more.
  • The Dirtiest Things You Touch Everyday

    3 Jul 2014 | 8:29 am
    Here is an infographic by a cleaning company called Master Cleaners Ltd all about the amount of bacteria that can be found on different things we all touch everyday. Some of the things in the infographic you might not think of as being dirty such as shopping trolleys and TV remotes.
  • England’s World Cup History (Interactive)

    25 Jun 2014 | 7:59 am
    Here is a useful infographic for football fans from the infographic design agency called DesignbySoap all about the history of England in the World Cup. The infographic displays the England match results from every World Cup from 1950 through to this year. I could not add the infographic to this site, so to check it out click here. Here is a preview:
  • Founders of the Internet

    24 Jun 2014 | 4:17 am
    The people at Glow New Media in Liverpool have put together this great looking infographic about the founders of the internet. The infographic provides a picture of each person, their date of birth, nationality and their main accomplishment. Enjoy and share!
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  • Top 5 Defensive Driving Techniques to Avoid a Car Accident

    Infographics Guy
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:15 pm
    In this infographic, you will learn some tips to help you drive more defensively on the road. Although defensive driving cannot always prevent a crash, it can certainly decrease the likelihood of one. If you need help following an accident, contact Sinnamon Lawyers on 1800 007 277 or visit http://www.sinnamonlawyers.com.au/ to arrange an obligation free […]
  • The History of Mazda and Technology

    Infographics Guy
    23 May 2014 | 2:34 pm
    Budds’ Mazda is the single part of the Mazda brand story. Mazda has been an integral player in the auto industry globally in the last decades; however, its history reaches back much further. It all started in 1920 with Mazda being founded as the Toyo Cork Kogyo Co., Ltd., which was started in Japan. As […]
  • Discount Brokers Review

    Infographics Guy
    23 May 2014 | 2:28 pm
    Some discount brokers are obviously better than others and it is important to know which ones are the best. This infographic from www.PeterLeeds.com reviews many of the top discount brokers to see how they really stack up against each other. The infographic looks at everything from commissions and cost to customer service and e-mail wait […]
  • The Cost of Shaving

    Infographics Guy
    23 May 2014 | 2:18 pm
    The costs associated with shaving can add up over time. From creams and blades to moisturizers and band-aids; the materials needed alone are enough to make you seriously consider other options. There are other great solutions for keeping your body hair under control. Laser hair removal is a smart and affordable way that you can […]
  • Australia’s Bill Paying Habits

    Infographics Guy
    9 May 2014 | 11:25 am
    Paying bills is never fun but it has to be done. This infographic from Fox Symes, takes a look specifically at Australia’s bill paying habits. It is hard to make payments on time and many of us do it often. It is interesting to see the break down of late payments by age and also […]
 
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  • Sepialine releases Printerpoint

    Joel Salus
    18 Jul 2014 | 5:59 am
    Hi Joel,We've been longtime fans of your blog over here, and wanted to share with you some news about our new product - Printerpoint.Printerpoint is a cloud-based wide format device management tool that is geared towards equipment dealers and resellers. We currently support HP Designjet, Canon IPF and Océ devices, and plan to include additional manufacturers in the future. We've been working with RSA and ReproMAX members to roll this out over the past few months, but just made the first official announcement about it today:http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12025196.htmYou can…
  • Service Point Solutions, SA – Press Release regarding Paragon Group's involvement in SPS, SA

    Joel Salus
    15 Jul 2014 | 11:17 am
    Just found an English-language version of one of the documents I referred to in the previous post.This Press Release better explains what I attempted to explain!https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B81al4kFAU9JQ3d5WDE2NXoybUk/edit?usp=sharing
  • Paragon Group becomes largest shareholder in Service Point Solutions, SA

    Joel Salus
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:44 am
    I just finished reading some reports that were very recently filed by Service Point Solutions, SA with the CNMV (Spain’s equivalent of the U.S. SEC.)  The reports are all in Spanish, and I used Google-Translate in an attempt to figure out what they said.  Not easy to do, because Google-Translate translations are not perfect!What we already know to have happened in the SPS matter (I guess I should say, “debacle”, rather than say “matter”, for what’s happened to SPS has, most certainly, been a mess), which, for all intents and purposes, began in October 2013:In late…
  • Employers, be aware! Employees, beware! Covenants-Not-To-Compete are Enforceable!

    Joel Salus
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:16 am
    Well, this – the issue of enforceability - is true in states in the U.S. where state laws permit Covenants-Not-To-Compete (CNTC.)Time for a bit of "Legal 101" from "Reprographics 101"…..During my reprographics career, I agreed to (i.e., accepted and signed) two CNTC’s; the first, when we sold Rowley-Scher Reprographics in 1988; the second, when we sold National Graphic Imaging (NGI) in December 2007.  Both of those CNTC’s provided for 5-year time periods.  And, I fully honored both.  Why?  Well, because I agreed to  It’s as simple as that!  If you agree…
  • ARC Document Solutions Signs Ten-Year Software Agreement With Leading Chinese Architectural Research and Design Group

    Joel Salus
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:35 am
    Press Release July 14, 2014 9:31 AM ET WALNUT CREEK, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- ARC Document Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: ARC) the nation's leading document solutions provider for the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry, today announced that it has signed a 10-year agreement to provide MetaPrint, ARC's production print driver and file conversion software, to the China Architecture Design and Research Group (CAG) for use in its newly developed "digital blueprinting" equipment. CAG, headquartered in Beijing, is China's leading state-owned architectural institution…
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  • Louisiana- Where Anything Can Happen

    Bharat Prajapati
    9 Jul 2014 | 9:48 am
    Louisiana is a state located in the southern region of the United States. Louisiana is the 31st most extensive and the 25th most populous of the 50 United States. According to the infographic,out of the top 100 most dangerous cities in U.S.A, 3 cities are in Louisiana namely Monroe, Alexandria and Baton Rouge. Louisiana is home to over 4.6 million people. It is being named in as the most dreadful in property crimes. The infographic also shows that Louisiana has the 5th highest rate of property crimes in the nation. Each year nearly 163,000 property crimes happen in the state. A burglary…
  • What Happens In A Facebook Minute

    Bharat Prajapati
    9 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    We have studied in high school that the three basic needs of human are food, clothing and shelter. But now the time has arrived when the fourth need is being added to it, none other then “FACEBOOK”. Now days, people are just stuck to this social networking site for hours chatting, updating profiles, sharing pictures etc. Not only youngsters but also the oldies are quite active on Facebook. Research says around 757 million people log on to Facebook. But the question arises what exactly they do? Precisely what activities they perform on it? The answers to all these are given in an…
  • Cloud Breach Response Steps

    Bharat Prajapati
    3 Jul 2014 | 10:36 am
    Perspecsys has come up with the response steps for cloud breach. They know how important it is to secure cloud data and what the outcome is, when the data is insecure.Take a look at the infographic below to see the steps and statistics for both paths.
  • Facts About Being Under the Influence

    Bharat Prajapati
    26 Jun 2014 | 10:33 am
    A Houston attorney office gathered some important facts about driving under the influence to share with everyone. The statistics in the infographic below, show how common that driving under the influence occurs.To learn more, you can visit houstondwiattorney.net.
  • Financial Fitness: Staying on Track

    Bharat Prajapati
    25 Jun 2014 | 7:32 am
    Financial fitness seems impossible for an ever-growing number of Americans.Quicken.intuit.com has created an infographic entitled “Financial Fitness: Staying on Track”, detailing financial literacy gaps prevalent in today’s society.
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  • Plus Size Guide to Summer Fashion Trends

    Infographics Archive
    20 Jul 2014 | 4:46 am
    Are you looking for the best plus size summer fashion trends? Look no further, the folks at alight.com have created this infographic, “Your Plus Size Guide to Summer Fashion Trends,” to give you some pointers on navigating your way to the perfect summer wardrobe. The post Plus Size Guide to Summer Fashion Trends appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Infographic: What is the Smartest Business Funding Solution for You?

    Infographics Archive
    20 Jul 2014 | 4:31 am
    If your looking for business growth capital, finding the best fit for business financing is an important step. Many small business owners turn to traditional lenders but 61% of bank loans get denied. Since 80% of small businesses use financing to grow their businesses, more and more businesses began turning to the short-term loans and merchant cash advances offered by alternative finance lenders like Business Financial Services.   The post Infographic: What is the Smartest Business Funding Solution for You? appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Infographic: UK Small Businesses Want to Grow

    Infographics Archive
    15 Jul 2014 | 11:08 am
    A recent survey by Boost Capital showed that 34% percent of UK small business owners said that business growth was their most important goal this year. This infographic details these plans for business growth as well as the business funding pain points analyzed by industry and UK regions.   The post Infographic: UK Small Businesses Want to Grow appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Infographic: What is e-learning

    Infographics Archive
    15 Jul 2014 | 11:03 am
    In use for over than a decade, the term “e-learning” describes a range of information technologies at use in schools and corporations for education and training. Brought to you by mindflash.com The post Infographic: What is e-learning appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Infographic: Hula Your Way to Hawaii

    Infographics Archive
    13 Jul 2014 | 11:21 am
    Ever wanted to hula like a Hawaiian? Check out the following infographic from My Holiday Centre and you will be dancing your way to Hawaii in a flash! The post Infographic: Hula Your Way to Hawaii appeared first on Infographics Archive.
 
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  • Các vị trí hiển thị của quảng cáo Facebook

    HaiNH1993
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:02 pm
    Cùng tìm hiểu về loại hình quảng cáo Facebook và vị trí hiển thị các mẫu quảng cáo trên mạng xã hội Facebook.
  • La luna en detalle

    serviciospuertorico
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:51 pm
    El 20 de julio se cumplen 45 años de la llegada de los astronautas de la NASA, Neil Armstrong y Buzz Aldrin, a la Luna por primera vez. Metro revela los hechos más importantes y estadísticas sobre el cuerpo celeste más cercano.
  • Casos registrados del virus chikungunya

    serviciospuertorico
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:27 pm
    Te presentamos las cifras del virus chikungunya en Puerto Rico. El 89 % de los casos registrados fueron en el municipio de San Juan.
  • Facts About Teen Driving

    matthewfyans0
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:27 pm
    Facts About Teen Driving
  • Mobile Email Best Practices

    Bridg
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:27 pm
    If you’re a marketer, you’re probably well aware that a lot of emails are being opened on smartphones these days. What you might not realize is that 80% of emails that aren’t mobile optimized are simply deleted! Even worse, 30% will unsubscribe after only one message that doesn’t read well. See more at: http://bridg.com/blog/infographic-our-mobile-email-best-practices
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  • How to be the Next Silicon Valley Without Being Silicon Valley

    rose
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:47 pm
    It takes one person to have a great idea, but it takes a team to help it grow. Entrepreneurs and their ideas come in all different shapes and sizes, but even with that variety, it seems like none of them are coming from Louisville, KY. Whether it’s New York or LA, it seems that startups already have their home. So what about us? What is it exactly that’s keeping Louisville off the tech radar? Stop Thinking Small, Louisville is all about branching out ideas and helping one another succeed as businesses. Startups are exactly that: they’re just starting up and they need all the…
  • Rent vs. Own

    Brian Wallace
    29 Jun 2014 | 2:21 pm
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  • Bitcoin: The Future of Currency?

    Brian Wallace
    26 Jun 2014 | 3:13 am
    Bitcoin: The Future of Currency? [infographic] Compliments of MobilePaymentsToday.com
  • It’s Not the Size of Your Data

    Brian Wallace
    25 Jun 2014 | 9:25 am
    It’s not the size of your data, courtesy of TIBCO Spotfire.
  • Facebook Starts To Get More Tougher & Mercenary With Their Ad Revenue Model

    Mark O'Neill
    22 Jun 2014 | 7:01 am
    It seems that the good days are over at Facebook. Gone are the days when you can put up a free Page and expect every one of your followers to see your status updates. Now, status posts are being distributed to a select number of your followers based on “engagement”, and if you want everyone else to see it? Then pay for the privilege or risk becoming irrelevant. It’s been estimated that only 1 to 2 per cent of followers will eventually see a post. Time is reporting that from October last year until February this year, the number of followers seeing a company’s posts…
 
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  • Infographic : Cloud Breach Response Steps

    Admin
    3 Jul 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Perspecsys has come up with the response steps for cloud breach. They know how important it is to secure cloud data and what the outcome is, when the data is unsecure. Take a look at the infographic below to see the steps and statistics for both paths. Infographic Source :- perspecsys.com  Cloud breach image via Perspecsys The post Infographic : Cloud Breach Response Steps appeared first on Infographics King.
  • Infographic : Facts About Being Under the Influence

    Admin
    26 Jun 2014 | 12:50 pm
    A Houston attorney office gathered some important facts about driving under the influence to share with everyone. The statistics in the infographic below, show how common that driving under the influence occurs. To learn more, you can visit houstondwiattorney.net The post Infographic : Facts About Being Under the Influence appeared first on Infographics King.
  • Financial Fitness: Staying on Track

    Admin
    24 Jun 2014 | 10:16 pm
    Financial well-being seems impossible for an ever-growing number of Americans. www.quicken.intuit.com has created an infographic entitled “ Financial Fitness: Staying on Track”, detailing financial literacy gaps prevalent in today’s society. The post Financial Fitness: Staying on Track appeared first on Infographics King.
  • DIY Tasks that Save: And Some that Don’t

    Admin
    24 Jun 2014 | 10:07 pm
    DIY projects have been on the rise for years. From the introduction of DIY shows on TV to blogs all about DIY projects, homeowners are strapping on tool belts and breaking out their inner do-it-yourselfers. www.quicken.intuit.com has created an infographic detailing which DIY projects are worth your time, and which are better left to the professionals.  The post DIY Tasks that Save: And Some that Don’t appeared first on Infographics King.
  • Infographic : New Perspecsys Cloud Trust Survey

    Admin
    16 Jun 2014 | 12:51 am
    Perspecsys did a survey about U.S. based clouds at InfoSec Europe 2014 of more than 100 IT Security Pros. More than half of the European IT Security Professionals don’t fully trust U.S. based clouds. Take a look at the percentages on the infographic below that Perspecsys created based on the survey. The post Infographic : New Perspecsys Cloud Trust Survey appeared first on Infographics King.
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  • Infographic about gout/podagra

    admin
    20 Jul 2014 | 2:22 pm
    This infographics on gout, also known as podagra, covers the most vital aspects of the disease: the recent prevalence statistics, the numbers on prevalence in males and females and etc. Apart from the data collected from a wide array of reports by authoritative medical institutes, the infographics provides historical a number of historic facts and general information on the ailment. Infographic Via: Toehurts.com EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Infographic Via: Toehurts.com – Via: Only Infographic
  • 10 Content Discovery Networks & Paid Social Platforms

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:01 pm
    Content discovery networks can help promote your content marketing activities to get extra traffic. This infographic lists 10 of the top content discovery and paid social media networks, providing examples of the advertising formats. Included are Taboola, Outbrain and more. Source: www.SearchCandy.uk EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Source: www.SearchCandy.uk – Via: Only Infographic
  • Financial Fitness: Staying on Track

    admin
    25 Jun 2014 | 12:42 pm
    Financial well-being seems impossible for an ever-growing number of Americans. www.quicken.intuit.com has created an infographic entitled “Financial Fitness: Staying on Track”, detailing financial literacy gaps prevalent in today’s society. EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Infographic Via: Only Infographic
  • DIY Tasks that Save: And Some that Don’t

    admin
    25 Jun 2014 | 12:29 pm
    DIY projects have been on the rise for years. From the introduction of DIY shows on TV to blogs all about DIY projects, homeowners are strapping on tool belts and breaking out their inner do-it-yourselfers. www.quicken.intuit.com has created an infographic detailing which DIY projects are worth your time, and which are better left to the professionals. EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Infographic Via: Only Infographic
  • How Tarps Can Help Reduce Fatal Accidents

    admin
    23 Jun 2014 | 4:11 pm
    Check out the following infographic by MyteeProducts.com about how truck tarps can reduce fatal accidents. Unsecured cargo and truck loads have caused many fatal accidents, which is a shame because such accidents can easily be avoided by securing the cargo with a tarp. Source: Truck Tarps by MyteeProducts.com EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Source: Truck Tarps by MyteeProducts.com – Via: Only Infographic
 
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  • Paint disposal – household and industrial

    Danny
    14 Jul 2014 | 9:37 am
    Paint seems like a fairly friendly household item. It doesn’t bring red flags to mind when compared to other household items like bleach, drain cleaner, or antifreeze. However, there’s lots of nasty stuff in paint. Waste Xpress breaks it down … Continue reading → The post Paint disposal – household and industrial appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • Product Your Product From the Elements with Ingress Protection (IP) Testing

    Danny
    9 Jul 2014 | 1:05 pm
    Ingress Protection Testing is a complex system. Fortunately, Cascade TEK knows a little bit about IP testing and how the ratings work. There’s different levels of protection and having an IP test done will ensure your product is ready for selling. … Continue reading → The post Product Your Product From the Elements with Ingress Protection (IP) Testing appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • Which country should you cheer for in the World Cup?

    Danny
    7 Jul 2014 | 9:50 am
    Everyone’s all up in arms about this once-in-every-four-year event. People who normally abstain from soccer can be found skipping work to drink it up with buddies at the local sports bar. Kids usually tossing a football around are now kicking … Continue reading → The post Which country should you cheer for in the World Cup? appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • Dog versus carpet

    Danny
    26 Jun 2014 | 11:50 am
    Man’s best friend is more than a pet, they’re part of the family. Everyone loves to play with the dog, and they’re the type of company that always wants to be around you. Grumpy? The dog will be there. Angry? The … Continue reading → The post Dog versus carpet appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • All about the global manufacturing sector

    Danny
    20 Jun 2014 | 10:33 am
    Manufacturing is a very broad sector. It’s also one of the oldest. In comparison, the tech sector would still be considered a newborn. Over the years, manufacturing has evolved significantly. Let’s take a look at a resource provided by Stephens Gaskets. … Continue reading → The post All about the global manufacturing sector appeared first on Vizual Archive.
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  • Louisiana- Where Anything Can Happen

    Admin
    11 Jul 2014 | 9:59 am
    These days, it’s crucial to have home security protection. For homeowners in Louisiana (in particular), you have to safeguard against a potential threat of a home invasion. The state of Louisiana has the fifth highest number of property crimes in the nation. Each year, there are approximately 163,000 property crimes in the state. Adding a monitor alarm system will reduce these threats by three times. The time is now to protect what matters most. Infographic Source: ADT Authorized Premier ProviderEmbed This Image On Your Site (copy code below):Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post…
  • How Truck Tarps Reduce Fatal Traffic Accidents

    Admin
    23 Jun 2014 | 7:13 pm
    Check out the following infographic by MyteeProducts.com about how truck tarps can reduce fatal accidents. Unsecured cargo and truck loads have caused many fatal accidents, which is a shame because such accidents can easily be avoided by securing the cargo with a tarp.  Infographic Source: MYTEE  ProductsEmbed This Image On Your Site (copy code below):Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post How Truck Tarps Reduce Fatal Traffic Accidents appeared first on Infographix Directory, a Dallas infographic design company.
  • Ecommerce Market Stats & Figures

    Admin
    23 Jun 2014 | 6:44 pm
    Ecommerce is becoming extremely popular with many of us enjoying the convenience of clicking to buy in the comfort of our home or office., simple next day deliveries and easy returns. The benefits of Ecommerce are quickly outweighing the reasons to go out and shop at your favorite brick and mortar stores.The metrics in this infographic says the same thing. As you may expect, there has been an explosion in the use of Ecommerce over the last few years. In fact, Ecommerce is a $220 billion market in the USA alone, with online retail sales planned to hit $370 billion by 2017. Mobile Ecommerce is…
  • What Should You Do After A Car Accident

    Admin
    23 Jun 2014 | 6:29 pm
    Woomer & Hall LLP put together this infographic, After An Accident – What To Do, What To Avoid. If you are in an vehicular accident, always STOP immediately. Not only is your safety at stake, but also the safety of the other person. And you may be subjected to criminal prosecution. Over 9 million car accidents happen every year in the United States of America. Most damages in these cases are just to the vehicles themselves, but one in ten involve injured passengers.Infographic Source: Woomer & Hall LLPThe post What Should You Do After A Car Accident appeared first on Infographix…
  • Six Month Internet Marketing Strategy To Get Ready For Christmas Season

    Admin
    20 Jun 2014 | 9:53 am
    This infographic from Bulldog Digital Media provides a simple six month online marketing strategy game plan to help business gear up for the holiday season.  In the infographic you will find a breakdown of Internet marketing tactics for each month to keep you focused on the end goal of increasing online sales in December.  Infographic Source: Bulldog Digital MediaEmbed This Image On Your Site (copy code below):Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post Six Month Internet Marketing Strategy To Get Ready For Christmas Season appeared first on Infographix Directory, a Dallas infographic…
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  • A Look inside the hotel industry

    Angel
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:49 pm
    The hotel industry is back on track after the recession, expanding to give millennials and international travelers greater options. Let’s look at the booming hotel industry. Via: www.besthospitalitydegrees.com
  • Hairdresser, Hair Stylist & Cosmetologist Career

    Angel
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:18 pm
    Our infographic showcases the current professional and educational states, as well as future professional potential, of hairdresser, hair stylist, and cosmetologist careers in the United States. Via: www.toniguy.edu
  • Rise of The Video Empire

    Angel
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:29 am
    According to recent research, the average Internet user is likely to watch roughly 206 videos each month. Based on that statistic, it may not surprise you to read that almost seventy percent of marketers now incorporate video into their marketing campaigns. In the following infographic, we’re making the case for video and including information that will convince you of how important developing and sharing video is to your overall content marketing efforts online. We’ll start by including a number of compelling statistics about the state of video today. Next, we’ll outline the evolution…
  • Women In the Workplace

    Angel
    20 Jul 2014 | 10:15 pm
    Millennial women – the numbers – Then Vs. Now! Via: www.humanresourcesmba.net
  • The Symbiosis Between Education and Income

    Angel
    20 Jul 2014 | 4:19 pm
    It’s no secret that earning a college degree or a graduate degree can lead to a higher-paying job. But do you realize just how big the difference can be? We’ve broken it down to show you what kinds of jobs — and how much pay — you can expect when you earn a degree. You should never choose a major or a line of work solely for the pay, but keep these stats in mind if you’re wondering whether or not you should go back to school. Also, think about costs as you consider pursuing more education. While a higher degree can pay off significantly, it can also come with a high price tag……
 
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  • Case Study: Most Expensive Home Insurance Claims

    All Infographics
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:30 pm
    Have you ever wondered which is the most expense Insurance claims ever? Yes, you are correct, its Home Insurance which has more accountability of paying more claims till date as found out from a sources in United States. Recommended: Why […] The post Case Study: Most Expensive Home Insurance Claims appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Employment & Satisfaction – Most Happiest Business

    All Infographics
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:15 pm
    Have you ever thought which business is the most happiest one? Have you ever thought which business can acquire more sales? If you go finding solution for these then you are most likely to end up with the taste of […] The post Employment & Satisfaction – Most Happiest Business appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Comindware Project – Best Project Management Solution

    All Infographics
    13 Jul 2014 | 12:17 am
    Any project cannot be successful without proper planning and strategy. There are many types of software available in market which helps one to enhance their strategy, planning and collaboration and one such software is Comindware Project Management software. This project […] The post Comindware Project – Best Project Management Solution appeared first on All Infographics.
  • How to Increase Business & Get More Clients with best Proposals?

    All Infographics
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:18 pm
    Working on Business is entirely dependent on clients. Having a proper Proposal would certainly help business to get and attract more clients. But many a times, most business lose their clients just because they don’t have a proper proposal format. […] The post How to Increase Business & Get More Clients with best Proposals? appeared first on All Infographics.
  • How does health Insurance work in Real Manner?

    All Infographics
    7 Jul 2014 | 7:22 pm
    Health Insurance is one of the most important insurance for everyone in this life. We might not know the importance of this particular kind of insurance when we actually do, but we are more likely to get into various kind […] The post How does health Insurance work in Real Manner? appeared first on All Infographics.
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  • Louisiana Where Anything Can Happen

    shelli
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:46 am
    Louisiana Where Anything Can Happen Deep in the south Louisiana is famous for gumbo stew, crawfish, Jazz and of course New Orleans. Sadly also famous for Hurricane Katrina, in August 2005 the storm decimated New Orleans leaving 80% of the city flooded. the world watched on as crime was rife with thousands abandoned by the state and left homeless living in community centre turned ghettos. New Orleans is much more favourably known for Mardi Gras and parties on Bourbon Street. Louisiana Where Anything Can Happen Infographic from ADT Home Security covers the dark side of Louisiana. Out of the top…
  • Understanding Pearls

    shelli
    13 Jul 2014 | 3:04 am
    Understanding Pearls Pearls always remind me of the outstanding novel Papillon, when Henri Charrière escapes from prison and enters the Guajira peninsula, he is taken in by the native americans who happen to be pearl divers. He marries one of the girls and she spends her days bringing him a supply of beautiful pearls. For some reason he decides to leave this paradise which always left me wondering why anyone would want to go back to civilization after experiencing such an idyllic culture. Pearls are not something I know much about apart from the prolific racks of fake strings of pearls which…
  • Are You Eligible To Make an Accident at Work Claim

    shelli
    9 Jul 2014 | 7:58 am
    Are You Eligible To Make an Accident at Work Claim Claims for accidents are now escalating as people go crazy for litigation claims. A very long time ago when I was a youngster (15) I had a waitress job and managed to spill two jugs of scalding hot coffee down my stomach. I have to say I have never known pain like it. The pain from burns is unique and indescribable. I was rushed off to hospital in an ambulance to get patched up. I had a scar on my stomach but thanks to the forward thinking duty manager who got me into a cold bath (it was a hotel) whilst we waited for the ambulance it meant…
  • Man’s Best Friend, Carpet’s Biggest Foe

    shelli
    27 Jun 2014 | 2:02 am
    Man’s Best Friend, Carpet’s Biggest Foe I’m running the risk of the wrath of dog owners here but my belief is that dogs should live outside – not in the house. I have to confess I’m not a huge dog lover but I do like sheep dogs as they are such intelligent animals. Maybe it comes from my family history of being farmers and that dogs are working animals and they live outside? I think bottom line my dislike is more for the dog owners than the dogs, the owner is responsible for training and controlling the animal; irritating unruly animals are products of lazy…
  • Real Estate Across the USA

    shelli
    26 Jun 2014 | 10:02 am
    Real Estate Across the USA I’m seeing a lot of infographics based around real estate, homes, mortgages, home improvement and this is another example. Real estate across the USA infographic by MortgageCalcualtor.com only has four basic facts of information: The best and worst cities for real estate investment Most active and least active real estate markets Most costly and least costly real estate markets Quickest and slowest selling real estate markets The information isn’t very clearly labeled and it’s not obvious as to what the statistics and data represent – there…
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  • Vintage Infodesign [79]

    Tiago Veloso
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:17 pm
          If you follow us on a daily basis, you probably noticed that last week we were on the road, attending Open Knowledge Festival 2014, in Berlin. The event was great – we talked about it earlier today – , and the city is an amazing place. For those of you who haven’t visited it yet, definitively recommended. So, we decided to dig around the Internet and look for old maps of the German capital, to open another round up of vintage charts, infographics and diagrams. Of course it wasn’t that hard, a simple search returns thousands of results, from books…
  • OK Fest 2014: Open that data!

    Tiago Veloso
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:32 am
    In one of those rare incursions out of the depths of Brazil, we had the pleasure to attend the Open Knowledge Festival 2014 in Berlin, last week – after all, one of our Dataviz Wishes for 2014 was that “Open Data became bigger than Big Data”, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to check out what the community is developing on a global scale. The journey itself was an adventure, but we’ll leave that for another time, and just focus on this event organized by the Open Knowledge Foundation, with the help of an amazing team of volunteers that really managed to…
  • Portfolio of the Week – Valerio Pellegrini

    Tiago Veloso
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Opening the week with quality infographic design is always inspiring, especially if we take in consideration how diverse this Portfolio of the Week section is, with works from all over the world. Today, we are pleased to bring you another talented designer from Italy, Valerio Pellegrini, who’s work has been seen in a wide range of publications. He shared with us a brief summary of his career, motivations and achievements: I was born in Milan in 1987 with a strong bent for illustration from a young age. Nevertheless, supporting a reasoned advice of my parents, I attended a high-school,…
  • Vintage Infodesign [78]

    Tiago Veloso
    14 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
          Welcome to another round up of vintage visual goodies, with the usual hand-picked selection of old maps, diagrams, charts and infographics, all dated before 1960. For our opening entry, we’d like to recommend a recent post by Alberto Cairo, that was already mentioned here on Visual Loop. Chapter fifteen of “How Not to Be Wrong“, a book that Cairo has been recommending for a while, talks about John Herschel, Francis Galton, and the history of the scatter plot. After a bit of digging, Alberto found Michael Friendly’s and Daniel Denis’ ‘The…
  • Portfolio of the Week – Hiram Henriquez

    Tiago Veloso
    14 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Another week that starts, and another inspiring Portfolio here on Visual Loop. It is, in fact, a tremendous honor to present the work of Hiram Henriquez, a talented award-winning visual journalist – and teacher- based in the United States. Hiram’s career includes 14 years at The Miami Herald — where he garnered two Pulitzer Prizes for Team Reporting as an artist and graphics editor —, 3.5 years at the South Florida Sun Sentinel as a senior graphics reporter, 2 years at National Geographic magazine as a graphics editor, as well as 11 years as an adjunct lecturer at the…
 
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    Infographic Directory

  • Growth In The STEM Fields

    Brian
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:25 am
    The job market is shifting and there is a greater demand for STEM candidates for new jobs.  Learn how to recruit and retain qualified STEM professionals from this infographic.
  • Traits Of A Call Center Representative

    Brian
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Answering customer calls all day is taxing.  Check out this infographic to see if you have what it takes.
  • Should You Rent Or Own?

    Brian
    1 Jul 2014 | 9:57 am
    Moving is stressful, but deciding whether to rent or own your home doesn’t have to be.  Check out this infographic for all the questions you should ask yourself before you start packing. Courtesy of: SpareFoot
  • Game Of Thrones Versus Social Media

    Brian
    17 Jun 2014 | 7:19 am
    Which is more competitive, Game of Thrones or social media?  Check out this infographic for more. Brought to you by Social Marketing Software by Marketo
  • World Cup Tech

    Brian
    12 Jun 2014 | 7:14 am
    Learn about various forms of new technology being showcased at the World Cup.  Check out this infographic for more.
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    NeoMam Studios - Infographic Design Agency

  • You WILL Remember That Infographic: A Response To AJ Kohn

    Danny Ashton
    1 Jul 2014 | 7:07 am
    I’ve always respected AJ Kohn, who has been an active and sane voice within the world of online marketing/SEO throughout my career. However, I feel that I should write a response to this latest post: http://www.blindfiveyearold.com/you-wont-remember-that-infographic as he mentioned a few things that I wholeheartedly disagree with. AJ’s main assumption is that the infographic is […]
  • How to go from intern to designer

    Lizzie Astles
    6 Mar 2014 | 4:12 am
    So you’ve done the hard work and managed to get yourself an internship. You’ve impressed someone enough to let them give you desk space for a month or two, but how can you show them that they should hire you full time? I am no expert. I’ve only managed to go from intern to full […]
  • How to Secure a Graphic Design Placement

    Non Wood
    28 Feb 2014 | 7:09 am
    Spring is an extremely exciting time for soon-to-be graduate designers. Many are looking for a placement, internship or job within a design agency. It can also be pretty nerve-racking. So, I have put together some advice on how to use this time and experience wisely, drawn from the early days in my own career, to […]
  • NeoMam Studios Project Manager Needed

    Danny Ashton
    20 Feb 2014 | 2:55 am
    We are looking to hire a talented project manager for a full-time role in our Northern Quarter, Manchester office. We need a smart and skilled project manager to help make sure our projects run smoothly from ideation to promotion. You’ll collaborate with the Director of Operations and other team members. Job Description Responsible  for the […]
  • War of the Clichés. Do they have a place in design?

    Non Wood
    11 Feb 2014 | 3:19 am
    It’s that time of year again – Valentine’s Day. Wives and girlfriends insist they don’t need a card, chocolates or flowers. Husbands and boyfriends aren’t quite sure if this is true, or if this is one of those occasions when they should do the opposite of what they’ve been told. Guys – take note: Neither […]
 
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  • Twitter’s New Analytics Dashboard: All you need to know!

    shilpi
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:40 am
    With data-driven insights becoming more and more mainstream, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) are continuously trying to up the engagement quotient of their applications and provide a more comprehensive experience by providing users with actionable insights. [We analyzed this trend in detail in our white paper Dashboards—Helping ISVs create a competitive advantage in a data-driven age.] Continuing with this trend, on 11th July, 2014, Twitter extended its analytics dashboard to include organic tweets. Earlier, analytics was available only for Promoted Tweets and marketers had to rely on…
  • The JavaScript Developer: In conversation with Irene Ros

    shilpi
    16 Jul 2014 | 2:53 am
    The JavaScript Developer is a series of interviews with JS developers where they share their stories, inspirations and life lessons. This is the third part of the series. Irene Ros is an open source JavaScript developer with a focus on creating engaging, informative and interactive data-driven interfaces and visualizations. She worked for a number of years at IBM, the highlight of her experience there being the work at the Visual Communication Lab at IBM research. Today, Ros is the Data Visualization Practice Lead at Bocoup, a Boston-based open web technology company. Here are the excerpts…
  • FIFA World Cup 2014 in numbers

    shilpi
    14 Jul 2014 | 1:57 am
    What a match it was! There were tears, there were celebrations and there was drama. Mario Götze’s winning goal in extra time ended Germany’s 24 year wait for the World Cup title and gave her a 1-0 victory over Argentina in a nail-biting finale. But alas! Sunday’s match also means a wait of 4 years until the next match. So no more staying up late in the night, no more guzzling down cans of beer and no more cheering for your favorite team. Already missing the World Cup? We too! Well, we cannot make the FIFA World Cup happen sooner for you but we can leave you with some interesting data…
  • Data Visualization is the Top Priority for BI Software Buyers – SoftwareAdvice Report

    twain
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:32 am
    SoftwareAdvice, a data visualization software review company that recently got acquired by Gartner, has published a report on Business Intelligence software buyer trends that caught our attention. The report is based on a survey of 385 companies via phone interactions, and presents a realistic overview of BI buying trends today. Here are the 3 key findings from the report: 1. More than 60 percent of prospective BI software buyers are not IT professionals Instead most buyers have job titles that correspond with business functions like financial officer, operations manager or marketing…
  • The JavaScript Developer: In conversation with Alexandru R. Ghinea

    shilpi
    7 Jul 2014 | 3:57 am
    The JavaScript Developer is a series of interviews with JS developers where they share their stories, inspirations and life lessons. This is the second part of the series. Alexandru’s tryst with development started when he was about 14 and he tried his hand at modifying the Active Recovery Desktop files in Windows 98, to have pictures and blocks that pointed to different files across his PC, instead of having classical Windows icons (and it looked kind of what the new start menu in Windows 8 is today). Then he moved to Flash and Action Script for a while and it worked quite well for him,…
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  • What Makes Superior Software?

    pemmanuele
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:11 am
    It’s a lot harder than you imagine! Find more great infographics on NerdGraph Infographics Posted by Philip Emmanuele, July 2014 Follow
  • The Evolution of Digital Security Approaches #infographic

    pemmanuele
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:21 am
    The unspoken point here is that hackers will inevitably be one step ahead, not one step behind, the latest security appaorches. Posted by Philip Emmanuele, July 2014 Follow
  • iBeacons in Retailing #infographic

    pemmanuele
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:21 am
    UPDATE (8:55am). Now with correct slideshare! Likely to be both widespread adoption and privacy converns. iBeacons: The future of customer engagement from Appitized Posted by Philip Emmanuele, July 2014 Follow
  • 9 Browser Shortcuts

    pemmanuele
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:26 am
    Now, here are tips you can actually use.                                                                                               Original by www.eukhost.com     Posted by Philip Emmanuele, July 2014 Follow
  • How To Write Clickbait in 6 Easy Steps #infographic

    pemmanuele
    15 Jul 2014 | 6:17 am
                                                                                                                                                                             …
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  • How to create a successful marketing campaign?

    admin
    12 Jul 2014 | 1:53 am
    The wordage “content marketing” is spreading all over the world these days. It is a mishmash of many stuff like posting of blogs, sharing of social network, videos and many more. Do you know that a perfectly planned digital campaign can lead to huge benefits for the business owners as well as entrepreneurs? It has the power to give a thematic whip hand to the business and to set down the executives and owners as old pro.   Implementing a marketing campaign is not as easy as pressing a button. Focusing on your business objectives, spend a little time in lining up the online spook of…
  • Do you know how you could get a Retweet from your Followers immediately?

    admin
    11 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    Did you ever think why or how certain well known figures get innumerable retweets against a simple tweet? As a matter of fact this depends on how you can compel your audience to retweet immediately after they go through your tweet. Moreover, this becomes possible as they follow certain rules and reglations about sharing links on Twitter.   Below are certain rules which when followed can bring you desired results on getting immediate retweets.   1. Discuss some Breaking News Today there are quite a number of people who wait for the latest news to come on Twitter. It has been seen…
  • Top Six Tips to create “About Us” page

    admin
    5 Jul 2014 | 2:06 am
      Is your head start to spin when you think of creating your “About us” page? Well, to most of the people it’s really not a piece of cake to write a strong web page to make their first impression unforgettable. Moreover, it is your first chance to build a healthy relationship with your customer. If you make right use of the “About us” page, you can take your business to the top. Shoppers of E-commerce want to have a clear idea of the seller’s business and the services from whom they are going to make a purchase. You know that people want to buy from a trustworthy company,…
  • How to Create a Social Media Command Center

    admin
    30 Jun 2014 | 4:47 am
      Nowadays, innumerable tools boast to act as a resource for social media marketing in a compact form. However, it must be remembered that when a number of key features get packed up together in a bunch, at times chances of forgetting any important function can be increased to a great extent.  Below are the 5 tools mentioned which would help to curb the cost as much as possible and simultaneously build a greater engagement with social media. Monitoring the brand A great way to stay updated whereas news about your brand is concerned or keeping pace with the pulsating competition is taken…
  • Want to start your own business? Choose the right social media site

    admin
    21 Jun 2014 | 2:45 am
    Can you deny the importance of social media in today’s world? In fact, no one can. Are you looking for the best social media site to start your business? Don’t goof up around the sites without ROI. Stop nail biting. Work out your gimmick to gain leads on your social media site.   Why you need social media vista? We all know that social media is not a passing fancy. Its existence is very crucial for the marketers like you. You should know very well how and when to approach social media to avoid any confusion. While approaching social media as a channel, you can get confused with few…
 
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    infographicszone.com

  • Gout and Podagra By the Numbers

    admin
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:23 am
    This infographics on gout, also known as podagra, covers the most vital aspects of the disease: the recent prevalence statistics, the numbers on prevalence in males and females and etc. Apart from the data collected from a wide array of reports by authoritative medical institutes, the infographics provides historical a number of historic facts and general information on the ailment. (Click on the image for full view) Source: My Toe Hurts
  • Australian Travel insurance claims infographic

    admin
    13 Jul 2014 | 10:17 pm
    Did you know treatment for appendicitus in Canada could set you back $20,000!? Travel insurance protects your wallet financial ruin from holiday disasters. (Click on the image for full view) Source: comparetravelinsurance
  • Louisiana Where Anything Can Happen

    admin
    28 Jun 2014 | 12:18 am
    Louisiana is one of the southern most states in the U.S. Home to various cultures, languages, swamps, marshes and wildlife, Louisiana is the 25th most populated state in the nation. With its diverse makeup, Louisiana is literally a state where anything can happen. The crime rate here spans to 35 crimes per square mile; making it one of the fifth top most dangerous state in the United States. Annually, about 163,000 property crimes are reported and police only resolve about 13 percent of all informed incidents. Were your Louisiana home to be burglarized, you look at losing approximately $2,200…
  • Top 100 Franchises Operating in Canada

    admin
    23 Jun 2014 | 6:12 am
    Find out the top 100 Franchises operating in Canada from the infographic given below. The data is collected after interviewing 450 franchisors who are currently operating in Canada. (Click on the image for full view) Source: betheboss.ca
  • Top 10 Auto Insurance Infographics

    admin
    18 Jun 2014 | 5:10 am
    Auto insurance is one of the most sought after insurance plan that meets the needs of people in case of accidents or mishaps. The primary purpose of the insurance is to provide financial protection against vehicle damage or injuries that result from traffic accidents. Auto insurance provides protection against thefts and other possible damages that occur to the vehicle. Here are ten infographics that explain about tips, facts, statistics and different types of fraud on auto insurance. Business Auto Insurance This infographic shows which things you should consider while choosing auto…
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  • Independence Day

    Ruth Davison
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    American Independence Day is not when Will Smith saved the world from alien invasion. The 4th of July is in fact the greatest day ever  - it’s my birthday. It’s also the day when America gained independence from us Brits and became ‘the United States of America’. I’m not gonna go into the history of it because frankly this isn’t the history channel but if you want to find out more about it then look no further than this infographic. All you essentially need to know is that in 1776, the US was founded by gaining independence from the British Empire by…
  • Vehicular Victims of the X-Men

    Grant Bailey
    26 Jun 2014 | 4:04 am
    It’s not just spandex-clad villains the X-Men enjoy pummeling into submission, they also enjoy a spot of vehicular vandalism. And by ‘a spot’ I mean $1,833,836,503.87 worth of damage, spread over 238 vehicles. A fair chunk of change then. Magneto is our most smash-happy X-Man, causing over $270m worth of damage across the franchise, while the Russian Battleship destroyed by Professor X in X-Men: First Class is the most expensive vehicle to bite the dust, coming in at $251,783,532,24. And spare a thought for the humble X-Jet, diligently shuttling this heroic posse all over…
  • Crowdfunding

    Grant Bailey
    26 Jun 2014 | 2:52 am
    For inventors, investors, the needy, the underfunded and the super-connected, crowdfunding has provided a great new way to get their projects off the ground. This infographic from Innovate Product Design does a concise job of explaining the process of crowdfunding, but the interesting stuff comes later on with some tasty Kickstarter pie charts. While the number of projects successfully Kickstarted (over 62,000 of them) is reassuring, there is also a sizable portion of failures. This goes to show that receiving funding is still no guarantee of a complete project, with 12% of all failures…
  • Types of Wine Glasses

    Grant Bailey
    24 Jun 2014 | 8:49 am
    Who knew there were so many receptacles for cradling that most delicate and delicious of alcoholic elixirs? Now I’m no fancyman; I will happily chug the contaminated bilgewater from a day-old, sun-warmed Fosters can, but when in esteemed company it is good to know your Standard Sweet from your Large Bordeaux. It’s a fine art, pairing a wine with its glass, and knowing which shape best presents your chosen tipple can enhance the entire imbibing experience. It would almost be worth picking up some of that sickly sparkling wine  just to try out a jazzy vintage or tulip glass. Almost…
  • The Evolution of World Cup Shirts

    Ruth Davison
    20 Jun 2014 | 8:25 am
    To paraphrase everyone’s favourite world cup song we have now reached fifty years of hurt but we’ve still got 3 lions on our shirt. And we have had since the 1950’s. The number of mane’d beasts are perhaps the only constant in our national team over the years with the shirt getting a makeover when the team does. The changes to our team’s world cup shirts , as seen in this infographic, are perhaps some of the more conservative. To be fair, for many years England’s kit has remained relatively unchanged, with only a couple of experimental yet iconic years between 1982 and 2002.
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    PDT

  • PDT and Cynvenio Featured in Medical Design Technologies

    admin
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:39 am
    7.17.2014 PDT and Cynvenio Featured in Medical Design Technologies     This issue of Medical Design Technologies Magazine features the breakthrough cancer treatment launched by PDT client Cynvenio Biosystems, Inc. Click to read more about the lab device development challenges and how the technology is revolutionizing cancer treatment today.
  • PDT Announces Monthly Webinar Series

    admin
    26 Jun 2014 | 12:46 pm
    6.26.2014 PDT Announces Monthly Webinar Series     PDT Announces Monthly Webinar Series PDT’s team of product design and development experts will now present varied topics monthly with time at the end for specific questions. The topics and presenters will change each month and will cover topics related to research, trends, design, engineering, software, prototyping and more. To see our upcoming webinars, visit our new insights page. To suggest a topic, email us.
  • PDT's Director of Insights Presenting at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management

    admin
    26 Jun 2014 | 11:32 am
    6.26.2014 PDT's Director of Insights Presenting at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management     Erik Moses, Director of Insights for PDT, will be presenting to the Marketing-Led Innovation class at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, lead by Phil Corse, Adjunct Professor of Marketing, Tuesday, June 1st, 2014. Erik will be giving an overview of Development Research for product innovation: why you do it, how to uncover unarticulated needs, steps in the process and how it leads to productive design thinking. If you would like to hear Erik speak and ask…
  • Trends from International Home + Housewares Show 2014

    admin
    3 Jun 2014 | 6:26 am
    6.5.2014 PULSE: Issue 30: Trends from International Home + Housewares 2014     The International Home and Housewares Expo is always on our list of events to attend because it gives us a look lifestyle and product trends both inside and outside the home. Not to mention, it's right in our headquarters' backyard in amazing and inspiring Chicago. Click here to see what stood out to us at this year's expo.
  • PDT Attending Bio International Convention

    admin
    13 May 2014 | 5:49 am
    5.13.2014 PDT Attending Bio International Convention     PDT is attending Bio International Convention in San Diego, California June 23-26. The Convention is the largest global event for the biotechnology industry. The PDT team will be learning about the latest trends in biotechnology, technological innovations and policy issues affecting the industry. To connect with our team, send us an email. Learn more about Bio International Conference.
 
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    Elemental Know-How

  • As Part of a Global Expansion Plan, Yieldr Adds Hyperlocal Targeting Capabilities

    Rob Friedman
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:13 am
    Yieldr, a leading programmatic display advertising company, has incorporated hyperlocal IP data into its advertising platform as part of its global expansion plan. Yieldr’s programmatic advertising platform intelligently targets users and optimizes campaigns, allowing advertisers to transform first- and third-party data into actionable revenue driving results. By adding accurate geographic targeting capabilities, Yieldr will significantly enhance advertising performance by increasing relevance, minimizing wasted impressions, and increasing ROI for its clients. Niels Baarsma, CTO and…
  • BidTheatre Adds IP Geolocation to Improve Segmentation and Targeting

    Rob Friedman
    25 Jun 2014 | 2:43 am
    BidTheatre’s demand-side advertising platform offers real-time bidding, precise audience targeting and creative optimization. It provides marketers access to thousands of premium ad networks and hundreds of thousands of publisher sites across the globe. Now those marketers will have access to a new level of geographic granularity to improve audience segmentation and advertising targeting with the addition of NetAcuity EdgeTM hyperlocal geolocation technology Marcus Johansson, CEO, BidTheatre, commented: “Delivering advertising in the right context improves response and our clients…
  • Insight from IRCE 2014: Personalizing the Online Experience

    Rob Friedman
    18 Jun 2014 | 3:13 am
    Mobile may be pushing deeper into retail marketers’ psyches, but many are still trying to get a toehold on successful strategies to personalize consumers’ web experiences. At least, that’s the feedback we received from visitors to our booth at IRCE this year. From credit cards companies and personal electronics vendors to automobile retailers and clothing stores, it was the same mantra: We want to give online shoppers the same personalized experience they can get in a brick-and-mortar store-without breaking the bank. The retailers we spoke with were very interested to learn…
  • Admedo Increases CTR by Up to Five Times with IP Geolocation Targeting

    Rob Friedman
    28 May 2014 | 5:01 am
    Admedo provides advertisers and agencies with a self-serve advertising platform that allows real-time bidding, display retargeting, advertising optimization and reporting. The U.K. company recently added NetAcuity EdgeTM hyperlocal geolocation technology to expand targeting criterion for the platform. With the addition of more granular location data, Admedo can provide more relevant advertising to specific geographies - increasing media spend efficiencies and return on investment. In fact, Admedo has already realized exceptional results from the addition of this technology. According to Nick…
  • U.K’s Channel 5 Adds IP Geolocation to Help Manage Video-on-Demand Content

    Rob Friedman
    13 May 2014 | 4:57 am
    Online digital rights management can be complex, but IP geolocation data simplifies the process and provides the flexibility to quickly respond to constantly changing rules for content distribution. Channel 5, one of the U.K.’s leading broadcasting companies that attracts more than 42 million weekly viewers via its family of channels, has deployed IP geolocation technology to manage the geographic rights of its internet-based TV and film content. In addition, Channel 5 will use data to determine a user’s ISP type, allowing optimization of the viewing experience. Due to content…
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  • The Cold War Between Adobe Flash And HTML5

    miritraviv
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:30 pm
    For quite a while now, there has been a cold war going on between Flash and HTML5 in a bid to prove themselves the superior one. But it is a matter of some thought on actually who would take the cake or rather who would be the one that users will accept more than the others. Adobe Flash is best defined as being a rich internet app tool while HTML5 is more or less a tool for creating language website. Flash is mostly known to use competent algorithms that are mostly used for rendering graphics but in HTML codes are basically rendered by the browser itself every time a web page is accessed by a…
  • Google’s Acquisition Of Skybox Imaging

    kollimited
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:30 pm
    Among the recent Google-related news, one that found prominence was the news about one of Google’s latest acquisition the satellite company, Skybox Imaging, which the internet giant reportedly bought for over $500 million. What most people have been asking themselves is why, Google would need actually need a satellite company under it. the reason behind this is that, Skybox’s satellites will be working full time in expanding Google’s access across the globe as well as help with the accuracy of Google’s Map feature with latest imagery. It is also expected that with…
  • The Meaning Behind Your Diamond Ring

    AgnSonsLtd
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    For every lady, her wedding is of the utmost importance for it not just defines the relation but is also a standing declaration of the love the couple have for each other, a reminder that no matter what, there is someone who would stand by her through all odds. But like every lady has a unique personality, her choice of the diamond in the wedding rings also speaks volumes about her. The Round diamond speaks of being traditional as well as sincere while the Princess diamond indicates that she is a fun loving and clever person. While the Asscher diamond speaks of femininity, the marquise deems…
  • Making Your House More Energy Efficient

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    21 Jul 2014 | 3:30 am
    Most of us do not realize how much we can contribute towards conserving energy by managing the energy in our house efficiently and thereby make sure to bring down the monthly energy bills drastically. On an average, 50-70% of the monthly budget is spend on either cooling or heating our homes but we can cut down on this by installing proper ventilation and save almost 300 to 400 pounds per year. BY properly insulating our homes, we not only manage to save energy but are also instrumental in reducing the carbon dioxide emissions around us as well as lower noise pollution and condensation.
  • It’s Time For A Honeymoon

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    19 Jul 2014 | 9:30 pm
    Just like a marriage is a rite of passage in any person’s life, a honney is also considered as a rite of passage for all couples. But not many of us know the actual idea behind where the term ‘honeymoon’ comes from. It is thought that just after the completion of the wedding rituals and ceremonies, a groom whisks his new bride away to some location where none could find them. The would stay there for an entire moon phase drinking a honey-based drink called mead. And thus, the moon phase and the honey-based mean became the basis for the term ‘honeymoon’. Source :…
 
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  • Infographic: Hilary Knight’s Refined Nudity

    Joy Banerjee
    15 Jul 2014 | 4:50 am
    So, Hilary Knight wondered, when does the taking-off-the-clothes part happen? First things first. It took a lot of kettlebells, a little almond butter and some fire cupping for Knight to get there in the first place (see below). If you want the bread-and-butter of her photo shoot for ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue, Knight blogs […]
  • Winds of Change: Engineers in the Wind Energy Industry

    Joy Banerjee
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:46 pm
    The wind energy industry is a serious up-and-coming sector that engineers can specialize in now and get in early to reap the benefits of later on by securing leadership positions. This industry is seeing a 39% per year growth and with engineering workers more confident and in demand as ever, it's a promising specialization with […]
  • There’s No Better Time to be an Accountant

    Joy Banerjee
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:04 pm
    The financial services industry is going to see more job growth in 2014 than all other industries combined, which is quite a statement. Accountants and professionals in finance tend to be methodical and cautious, and even they believe that the economy is getting stronger, statistics show. With new businesses springing up all around us it […]
  • Women Advancing the Workforce

    Joy Banerjee
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
    This infographic shows the increasing trend of women in leadership roles in the states. Also most people in leadership roles are still men, the statistics are finally shifting and this shift is accelerating. The US saw a 20% growth over 5 years in the quantity of business owned by women. These 7.8 million businesses bring […]
  • Can You Sense a Revolution?

    Joy Banerjee
    11 Jul 2014 | 11:42 pm
    Over 1 billion smartphones shipped last year. These are complex pieces of technology with many components, and the importance of sensors in their design are often underestimated. Sensors had the potential of significant reduction in manufacturing cost with demand and that's exactly what happened with the smart phone trend. Each phone contains more than 10 […]
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  • Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Google+ — Which Social Networks Are Right For You - #infographic

    21 Jul 2014 | 9:46 pm
    Should you be tweeting or pinning? Does it really make sense to be investing all that time - and money - into Facebook? Does every business need a Google+ page?Small businesses spend an average of 5.5 hours per week managing their social media channels. IT can be confusing to figure out which platforms will help you and your business make more happen, and which aren't worth all that time and energy.Here's an infographic from staples loaded with some facts and statistics that can help you determine which social networks make the most sense for your business - and which you can…
  • 25 Marketing Nerds to Follow in 2014 - #infographic

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:31 am
    Marketing's key players are easy to spot. We follow them on social media, we read their blogs, and we listen to their lectures. But who are the up and comers? Who are the creators, educators, practitioners and technologists that we should be watching to inspire and educate us in 2014.The folks at lattice-engines have compiled a list of marketing nerds that currently flying under the radar and who you should watch for.Read more →Show Your Love, Connect With Us On Social Media: Google+ Facebook Pinterest Twitter
  • How Often Should You Post to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ — Social Media #infographic

    20 Jul 2014 | 10:01 pm
    What should I post on social networks and when should I post it?To give you the answer constantcontact created a useful infographic that outlines what you need to do.Facebook posting strategies:Facebook is a low volume/high value network. Don't post too frequently - fans get frustrated with too many posts.Minimum: 3X per week.Maximum: 10X per week.Aim for quality content vs. quantity.Read more →Show Your Love, Connect With Us On Social Media: Google+ Facebook Pinterest Twitter
  • 10 Surprising Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest Facts — Social Media Statistics 2014 — #infographic

    19 Jul 2014 | 9:52 pm
    This infographic from Mainstreethost highlights 10 surprising social media marketing stats that every marketer should know about.Some key stats are:On Twitter, your biggest advocates have fewer than 500 followers.10 to 11 PM is the best time for retweets.Engagement rate on Facebook is higher on Friday.Photo posts get the most likes and comments on Facebook pages.Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook are the kings of referral traffic.Tuesday is the best day for sharing Technology related Pins on Pinterest.There's more in the full visual. Take a look.Read more →Show Your Love, Connect With Us…
  • How To Capture A Millennial Audience - #infographic

    19 Jul 2014 | 12:50 am
    How you can capture the generation that will soon have the highest purchasing power in history — the millennial audience?Wideo created a new infographic that reveals the science behind reaching and engaging millennials.Here are some key stats from the research:9 in 10 millennials (19 - 36 years old) use social media sites.8 in 10 post their photos on the Internet.Facebook and Instagram are the most popular apps for this generation.1 in 3 Pinterest users is a female Millennial.Scroll down to see how you can engage Millennials with visuals content.Read more →Show Your Love, Connect With Us…
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  • The Most Hated Sounds In The World #infographic

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:31 am
    Whenever human beings hear an ugly sound, The Amygdala, which is the emotional part of the brain, modulates the auditory part of the brain so that our perception of the negative noise is heightened. This is why ugly sounds seem so intense when we hear them.
  • Weird Habits of Americans When Mobiles are More Important Than Sex #infographic

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:07 am
    We’re pretty obsessed with our phones no matter where we are too. 67% of cellphone owners in the States check their phones regardless if it’s ringing or not. Our phones have become our most trusted computing device that never leaves our side. How important is your mobile phone?
  • The Most Expensive Foods In The World #infographic

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:06 am
    We all want value for our money, but there are some foods out there that value gets thrown out the window. For example at a restaurant if the price of a meal states market price, if you have to ask how much it is, you probably cannot afford it. Here are some foods that are outrageously expensive, some to the point that it is hard to believe what they cost.
  • The Who, What, Where, When, And Why of Cheating #infographic

    21 Jul 2014 | 4:55 am
    Infidelity is one of the most commonly cited reasons for divorce in the U.S. — but what exactly constitutes cheating? Who's doing it and how often? Here are the hard facts on the ins and outs of extramarital affairs.
  • Note-Taking Effectiveness and the Digital Classroom Revolution #infographic

    21 Jul 2014 | 4:44 am
    From laptops to traditional pencil and paper, there are many ways to take notes. But is one more effective than the other? Is note-taking actually beneficial, and is the increasingly digitized classroom helping students? Read on to find out.
 
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  • World Records from the Commonwealth Games

    David Eaves
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:07 am
    Today I have an infographic from the UK based signage company called IVC Signs providing information about World records from the Commonwealth games. The infographic has sections on mens running, womens running, high jump, pole vault and more. Infographic by IVC Signs
  • Iconic Cars from Film and Television

    David Eaves
    16 Jul 2014 | 12:22 pm
    Today I have a great looking infographic from the number plate website called Simply Show Plates featuring illustrations of iconic cars from movies and TV. The infographic includes a picture of the Knight Rider car, the Ghostbusters car, the Love Bug and more. Infographic by Simply Show Plates
  • What Does It Take to Get a Job at Google?

    David Eaves
    15 Jul 2014 | 4:05 am
    Today I have an infographic from the online recruitment website Staff.com all about what it takes to get a job working for Google. Learn about what sort of education you need, the number of applicants that successful get a job and more in this handy infographic. Infographic by Staff.com (Thanks Radel)
  • Amazing World Cup Moments: Brazil 2014

    David Eaves
    12 Jul 2014 | 6:49 am
    Got a well designed and fun infographic here from the Fishfinger Creative Agency showing illustrations of the top moments of the Brazil 2014 World Cup. The infographic includes best seal impression, Joe Hart’s rage, we need a medic and more. Infographic by Fishfinger Creative Agency
  • Everyone Can Make Money with Videos and Photos

    David Eaves
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:49 pm
    Today I have an awesome infographic from the software website called Wondershare all about making money online with your photography work and videos. The 1st section is on how much do you know about videos and photos, then we have a monetization flowchart, a top 10 list of ways to make cash and some success stories. Infographic by Wondershare
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  • Infographic Back Health in Women

    Hanif Azwar
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:17 pm
    Infographic Back Health in Women 40% of women suffer from spinal issues. Back pain is a common problem that many women are faced with at some point in their lives and most prevalent during pregnancy. There are a few easy life style changes you can make to improve your back health from your diet to changing a few bad back habits. 10 Habits that are Hurting Your Back Sitting: Sitting puts 40% more pressure on the spine than standing. Stretch every 30 minutes. Bad Car Seat Position: Sit at a 90 degree angle, sit so you aren’t straining to reach the wheel or pedals. Not Exercising: 40% of…
  • Infographic Your First Month On Google+

    Hanif Azwar
    20 Jul 2014 | 3:32 pm
    Infographic Your First Month On Google+ To Begin Arriving in Google+ is like setting up your home in a new, exciting metropolis.The thing is…to get yourself known, you will need to go out and meet the neighbours. They’ve been having a street party for quite a while now! So, you could have the best health tips, give sound business advice, be the most brilliant author or even make the best cupcakes, but they don’t know you’ve arrived yet. Your Profile Set up your profile with a clear headshot and an attractive image as the ‘cover photo’ if you want your image…
  • Infographic China’s Moon Rover

    Hanif Azwar
    20 Jul 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Infographic China’s Moon Rover Named for Chang’e, the legendary Chinese goddess who is said to live on the moon, the Chang’e-3 mission involves both a lander vehicle and a small, wheeled rover. China is the third nation to land a wheeled vehicle on the moon, after the Soviet Union and the United States. RIGHT:The rover drives off a ramp lowered from the Chang’e-3 lander vehide.The lander, which does not move after touchdown, carries a plutonium-powered nuclear generator to provide electricity during the 2-week lunar night. ROVER YUTU (“JADE RABBIT”) The…
  • Infographic The Chemistry of a Lemon

    Hanif Azwar
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Infographic The Chemistry of a Lemon ACIDIC COMPOUNDS IN LEMONS The sour taste of lemons is caused by the presence of organic acids. The major acid in lemons is citric acid, which constitutes around 5 to 6% of the lemon’s juice. Other acids are also present, although in much lower concentrations than citric acid. Malic acid is one of these, present at around 5% of the concentration of citric acid. VITAMIN C, LEMONS & SCURVY Lemons contain high levels of vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid. The levels in lemons are around 50mg per 100g, on a par with oranges and around double the…
  • Infographic The Chemistry of a Grapefruit

    Hanif Azwar
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:03 pm
    The Chemistry of a Grapefruit INTERACTIONS WITH DRUGS Grapefruit, and grapefruit juice, is known to interact with a large number of drugs, usually resulting in adverse effects. These interactions are caused by a class of compounds called furanocoumarins, in particular the compounds bergamottin and dihydroxybergamottin. These compounds inhibit some forms of an enzyme responsible for breaking down drugs in the body. As the prescribed dose of drugs takes into account how quickly the drug is broken down in the body, this can lead to higher concentrations of the drug in the bloodstream, which in…
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  • Interesting Facts About Bronies

    Karan Chopra
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:45 pm
    Without a doubt, many of us don’t know anything about brony but to give you all an idea a brony is a fan of My Little Pony’ Friendship is Magic that is outside the demographic of little girl. Further, as per the surveys, bronies are generally very accepting of having females in their communities. Well to get more interesting facts about bronies, the infographic below will share that with you.Source: Brony.comThe post Interesting Facts About Bronies appeared first on JustiNfo.Graphics.
  • Get In The Innovation Fast Lane

    Karan Chopra
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:42 pm
    With more and more innovative things are coming in front of us, people are now more interested in running in the innovation fast lane. No matter what things come in front of us, but the ways things got taking a whole new shape, it lets people encourage a lot. Well the infographic below shares the four amazing steps by which one can get innovate by listening closely to what the consumer really wants.Source: Seed StrategyThe post Get In The Innovation Fast Lane appeared first on JustiNfo.Graphics.
  • How Much Are You Getting Paid For Music?

    Karan Chopra
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:41 pm
    With ever since the digital streaming comes into existence, the future of music got completely a new height. Plus, thanks to the increasing usage of smartphones and online data sharing platform, there comes a huge shift in music love approach towards the music. This is because of all of above, the digital streaming opened up the whole new gateway for the musicians but do you know that the percentage of money the musicians make through different digital mediums (as per Ditto Music) is so less that it takes them a lot of time to make some real big money. In this infographic, you will get to…
  • How To Extend Your Life At Work

    Karan Chopra
    15 Jul 2014 | 6:41 pm
    People often think that the more they work, the more they make money but they forget that the more they work will result in more harm to their physique and the body. Sitting for longer hours will result in nothing but harming you only in the long run. Well the infographic below showcase the different ways by which one can extend their life at work.Source/Credit: The infographic was a student project by Courtney Spencer while its art directed by Abby Guido at Tyler School of Art at Temple University.The post How To Extend Your Life At Work appeared first on JustiNfo.Graphics.
  • How To Survive The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

    Karan Chopra
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:47 pm
    With ever since the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil started, the spirit among people is in its full height. This is because we are bringing up our today’s infographic which talks about how one can survive the world cup if s/he is visiting the country. Say, suppose if you are visiting Brazil, you need to aware of number of things, which includes the riots and protests that have been taking place since from the time the world cup started. Further, the murder rates are also quite high. Although, the purpose for me to share this infographic doesn’t means that you stop enjoying the games but…
 
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  • The Guide to Buying Happy Online

    Daniel
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:29 am
    Everyday millions of people around the world spend time and money shopping online, 370 million hours and $1.5 trillion respectively, more often than not they’re leaving money on the table. In fact, 80% population who shop online overpay 19% on average per transaction. This is shocking since when asked what their top motivational factor was for buying online, 72% said price. We all try to do our due diligence and compare prices before we finally decide to checkout. However, this process can be time consuming with an average of 10.4 pieces of information being viewed before making a purchase.
  • The war between Amazon and the Big 5 Publishers

    Daniel
    20 Jul 2014 | 2:13 am
    The dispute between Amazon - the world's pre-eminent retailer of books - and Hachette, one of the so-called Big 5 Publishers, has transfixed the publishing industry. Corporate hardball in retail-supplier negotiations is hardly unknown, but this particular game of hardball is snaring some very big name authors: Malcolm Gladwell, Stephen Colbert and many others. Amazon is pulling "Buy now" buttons from author pages and putting lists of books by comparable authors right at the top of Hachette author pages. The fightback from Hachette and the industry generally has been fierce, with most…
  • 10 Characteristics of a good project manager

    Daniel
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:51 am
    It’s difficult to define what a “good” project manager is these days. This infographic can help you to learn how to apply your good project management skills to grow as a professional. Being able to handle a multitude of people and personalities is at the crux of being a good project manager. A good project manager always lead by example - it is very important to inspire others. Another characteristic is to be driven and to do what it takes to ensre that things are done well and on time. It is crucial to minimize meetings in order to devole more time to "doing" and less time to "talking…
  • The science behind a happy relationship

    Daniel
    13 Jul 2014 | 9:11 am
    What do scientists about people in happy relationship? According to this relationship infographic the The happy ratio is 5:1 - happy couples have 5 positive interactions for every negative one. Happy couples talk more - people in the most successful marriages spend 5 more hours a week being together and talking. The happiest couples have sex 2 to 3 times a week and having sex once a week makes people 44% more likely to have positive feelings. Couples who have new experiences together report feeling more loving and supportive towards one another, and more satisfied with their marriages. Do you…
  • How to live a life without regrets

    Daniel
    12 Jul 2014 | 4:15 am
    What do regret for? About 90% of people say they have a major regret about something about their lives. A reseach has shown that our biggest regrets tend to revolve around are romance, family, education, career and finance. It is a problem that over time, regrets about giving in to pleasures fade, while we become more disappointed about fun we passed up. Why is that? Guilt over indulgences is short-lived, while feelings of missing out arise gradually. The takeaway: we will be more satisfied with life if we (sometimes) choose a little vice over virtue. How to let go of regret? First, try to…
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