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  • The Death of the Bachelor's Degree [Infographic]

    Visualistan
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:30 pm
    A Bachelor’s Degree is almost a must-have in today’s job market, but even that may not be enough anymore. You may want to consider getting a Master’s Degree to bolster your qualifications. If you already have a Bachelor’s in Computer Science, Economics, or Accounting, chances are you’ll be fine. But if your Bachelor’s is in History, English, or the Performing Arts, you may need a Master’s just to be employable.  Start by considering your costs.  Public universities are much more affordable than private ones for a Bachelor's degree, and that savings can really make a…
  • PourOver Allows Filtering of Large Datasets In Your Browser

    FlowingData
    Nathan Yau
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:05 am
    The New York Times released PourOver, a library that lets you do database-like things client-side, so that (1) you, the developer, can worry less about database optimization and server loads and (2) users get a more responsive, faster experience. PourOver is built around the ideal of simple queries that can be arbitrarily composed with each other, without having to recalculate their results. You can union, intersect, and difference queries. PourOver will remember how your queries were constructed and can smartly update them when items are added or modified. You also get useful features like…
  • Selfiecity

    Well-formed data
    Moritz Stefaner
    22 Feb 2014 | 12:43 pm
    The selfiecity project has launched earlier this week, and boy, it has hit a nerve. We had 10’000s of visitors in the first few days, and hundreds of articles and posts linking to the project. It has been a great pleasure and stimulation to work with an exceptionally interesting team on this: from Lev Manovich (a legend in the media theory and digital humanities scene) over my brilliant — and, luckily, by now, frequent — collaborator Dominikus Baur to Daniel Goddemeyer, Mehrdad Yazdani and many other talented folks. The project investigates a seemingly mundane topic — selfies (#omg…
  • Good luck in whatever race you run.

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    Jessica Hagy
    21 Apr 2014 | 10:01 am
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  • Design for the Real World

    Visual Business Intelligence
    Stephen Few
    28 Mar 2014 | 3:11 pm
    All men are designers. All that we do, almost all the time, is design, for design is basic to all human activity. The planning and patterning of any act towards a desired, foreseeable end constitutes the design process. Any attempt to separate design, to make it a thing-by-itself, works counter to the inherent value of design as the primary underlying matrix of life. Design is the conscious effort to impose meaningful order. Mankind is unique among animals in its relationship to the environment. All other animals adapt themselves to a changing environment (by growing thicker fur in the…
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    Cool Infographics

  • Smart Ways to Combine Content Marketing With SEO

    Randy
    24 Apr 2014 | 10:10 am
    The Smart Ways to Combine Content Marketing With SEO infographic is essentially a big list of the most popular online services in a number of different categories.  Published by blogmost, it’s meant as a reference tool for Marketers to help plan out their content strategies. Trying to build High Quality Links without paying anyone? This infographic reveals techniques to build them and complete details of good website + mentioned Great SEO & SMO tools for better Marketing. No data or numbers, the most prominent sites and companies are shown for 26 different online…
  • 11 Essential Ingredients Every Blog Post Needs

    Randy
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:15 am
    If every blog followed the 11 Essential Ingredients Every Blog Post Needs in this infographic, they would be much more successful. From opening with a bang to killer bullet points, this infographic uses intriguing words to increase the uniqueness of it’s take home message. Created by copyblogger. So. You think you’ve got yourself a good blog post. You chose your writing style. You knocked out the first draft. You allowed it to sit for an hour or a day. Now it’s time to edit that bad dog — ruthlessly. So that it has a fighting chance in the…
  • Choosing a Social Media Platform

    Randy
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Released about a year ago, the Choosing The Most Effective Social Media Platforms infographic was published by Edge Media and designed by Infographics.SG.  Photos, video, articles or text?  Depending on the type of content you are generating, your choices for effective social platforms are different. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn. Etc. So many social media platforms. And so little time. (And manpower. And ideas.) There are costs involved to maintaining a social presence. It is vital for brands / companies / organisations to market on the right platform(s) in…
  • The Depth of the Problem

    Randy
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    The Depth of the Problem infographic from The Washington Post illustrates just how difficult it is to find and retrieve the black boxes from aircrafts when they go into the ocean. This infographic uses visuals of the tallest buildings inverted to help illustrate the depth, as well as other well known objects that have sunk into the ocean. After an Australian vessel, Ocean Shield, again detected deep-sea signals consistent with those from an airplane’s black box, the official leading a multination search expressed hope Wednesday that crews will begin to find wreckage of a…
  • Color, Value, and Evolution of Logos

    Randy
    11 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Logos are very important to a business. A good logo can sell itself, especially if the colors match the product correctly. Color, Value, and Evolution of Logos infographic found on Finances Online. Do you know how colors influence your buying decisions? Why the charging bulls in the Red Bull logo are red? Or why McDonald’s double arches are yellow? It’s because the emotional power of logos is closely tied to specific colors. It turns out, our emotions are results of the precise science of effective logo design. In fact, psychologists proved that famous logos are so wired…
 
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  • Detailed Map of Baseball Fandom

    Nathan Yau
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:50 am
    For the past couple of sports seasons, Facebook mapped the most liked team by county. They did it for football (NFL), the NCAA basketball tournament, and baseball (MLB). Although generalized, the maps provide a view of sports fandom and people clusters across the country, and plus you know, they're fun. The Upshot used the same like data, provided by Facebook, and mapped it at the ZIP code level. Then they took it a step further and looked closer at regional rivalries, such as Cubs and White Sox, Yankees and Red Sox, and Dodgers and Angels. Be sure to scroll down to Mets versus Phillies. They…
  • PourOver Allows Filtering of Large Datasets In Your Browser

    Nathan Yau
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:05 am
    The New York Times released PourOver, a library that lets you do database-like things client-side, so that (1) you, the developer, can worry less about database optimization and server loads and (2) users get a more responsive, faster experience. PourOver is built around the ideal of simple queries that can be arbitrarily composed with each other, without having to recalculate their results. You can union, intersect, and difference queries. PourOver will remember how your queries were constructed and can smartly update them when items are added or modified. You also get useful features like…
  • Where People Bike and Run, Worldwide

    Nathan Yau
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:52 am
    Remember those running maps I made with limited data from RunKeeper? Strava, which also provides an app to track your runs and bike rides, has a much more expansive version of popular paths around the world. Their dataset includes over 77 million rides and 19 million runs, summing to about 220 billion data points. Just pan and zoom to your area of interest, and there you go.
  • The Change My Son Brought, Seen Through Personal Data

    Nathan Yau
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:41 am
    My data point turned six months recently. It was a fast six months, and it was a slow six months. Some days I would play with him, look at my watch, and somehow the whole day past. Other days, especially in the beginning when I had little clue as to what to do, I counted some very long minutes. As you can imagine — and any parent can tell you this — my life changed the moment my son was born. In what ways? I'm glad you asked, because I was curious about that, too. My dissertation was on personal data collection, so I have data that goes back to 2008. I downloaded that data, which…
  • The Upshot, a data-centric site from The New York Times launched

    Nathan Yau
    22 Apr 2014 | 8:44 am
    We heard a little bit about The Upshot last month. Now we get to see it. From editor David Leonhardt on what the site is about: One of our highest priorities will be unearthing data sets — and analyzing existing ones — in ways that illuminate and explain the news. Our first day of material, both political and economic, should give you a sense of what we hope to do with data. As with our written articles, we aspire to present our data in the clearest, most engaging way possible. A graphic can often accomplish that goal better than prose. Luckily, we work alongside The Times's…
 
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    Interactive Data Visualization

  • 2 Important Building Blocks for Visualization Success

    Ryan Goodman
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:49 pm
    I have sat through quite a few meetings and demonstrations over the last few years and found myself trying to elegantly explain why the requirements for a dashboard or business intelligence app were doomed from inception. With more information readily available about data visualization, the collective BI community I work with are extremely savvy. However, many organizations still struggle to create effective visualizations. Rather than getting hung up on technology, data, and design, I wanted to back up and make important distinctions that are obvious yet often overlooked for some reason.
  • My first experience with Webi Extension Points

    Ryan Goodman
    14 Apr 2014 | 8:29 am
    Recently, I had the chance to pick up Extension Points SDK for SAP BusinessObjects with the goal of extending Location Intelligence to Web Intelligence users. I found out immediately that this SDK was beyond my skills so I invoked the help of Evan Delodder (wrote the book on SAP Dashboards SDK). In several late evening coding sessions, we came up with our first extension which bridges SAP Dashboards and Webi. As such we uncovered Extension Points as a hidden jewel inside of the BI4.1 platform! Read More at SAP SCN to find out what we came up with
  • How Internet of Things Can Kill You

    Ryan Goodman
    4 Apr 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Last month, I wrote an article describing real world issues that can occur when “smart devices” go wrong. Today a story came out about Nest’s smart smoke detector having a critical defect that puts its customers in harm’s way. Nest pro-actively stopped selling its carbon monoxide and smoke detector. Apparently in some cases waving your hands can disable the device completely, which was an issue raised by a consumer. All technology, especially new technology can be expected to have its bugs. When you put your life in the care of technology devices, simplicity and…
  • How SAP BI4 SDKs can Enhance Your Analytics Value

    Ryan Goodman
    31 Mar 2014 | 8:52 pm
    SDKs (software development kits) open the door for integrators like my company to anticipate future needs of customers and create new analytics capabilities. With the most recent BI4.1 tools, I jumped at the opportunity to explore new ways for visualizing and interactive with data. Here are my findings: View full article
  • Why my favorite tool for rapid wireframing is Balsamiq

    Ryan Goodman
    31 Mar 2014 | 1:02 am
    I have found over the years that while pen and paper is great for sketching workflows or defining the number of screens, at some point end users and stakeholders may need a rundown of how the app will work. Wireframing used to be a painful and tedious process using archaic tools like Vision or Powerpoint. With wasted hours flushing out layout, user workflow, and positioning of elements I always knew there had to be a better way! Enter Balsamiq I was introduced to Balsamiq years ago from Mico Yuk at BI Delivery Formula (BIDF), and it quickly become one of my most valuable tools in my arsenal…
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    Well-formed data

  • Malofiej award

    Moritz Stefaner
    10 Apr 2014 | 9:01 am
    I am honored and proud to have received one of the prestigious Malofiej awards — sometimes called the Oscars of Information Design — for the Electionland/Wahlland visualization for ZEIT online.
  • Worlds, not stories

    Moritz Stefaner
    2 Mar 2014 | 12:05 pm
    Here is the video of my talk at visualized, presenting the selfiecity project: At the end, I tried to make a more general point, which is of big importance to me, and which I would like to expand on in the following: You will often hear these days, that data visualization is great for “telling stories”, to “make the complex simple” or to “make boring facts exciting”. While this all true to some degree, I think it misses the greatest quality of data visualization today: to provide us with new kinds of “glasses” to see the world. Joel de Rosnay described a fascinating,…
  • Selfiecity

    Moritz Stefaner
    22 Feb 2014 | 12:43 pm
    The selfiecity project has launched earlier this week, and boy, it has hit a nerve. We had 10’000s of visitors in the first few days, and hundreds of articles and posts linking to the project. It has been a great pleasure and stimulation to work with an exceptionally interesting team on this: from Lev Manovich (a legend in the media theory and digital humanities scene) over my brilliant — and, luckily, by now, frequent — collaborator Dominikus Baur to Daniel Goddemeyer, Mehrdad Yazdani and many other talented folks. The project investigates a seemingly mundane topic — selfies (#omg…
  • Where the wild bees are

    Moritz Stefaner
    28 Nov 2013 | 2:25 am
    I am happy to announce that I just published my first information graphic for Scientific American on a topic that is very close to my heart — bees :) Together with my passion for communicating complex science, Jen Christiansen correctly realized this package would be an offer I could hardly resist (despite my packed schedule), and I am really glad how the project and collaboration turned out. Personally, I am always keen on hearing the inside stories behind projects — so,  here is me returning the favor, with a brief overview of how I approached the project: Understand the research,…
  • Mapping Electionland

    Moritz Stefaner
    23 Sep 2013 | 11:18 am
    I created a whole new kind of election map for the German Bundestag elections 2013 for ZEIT Online. Instead of showing the electoral districts results on a geographic map, or in a table, I decided use the data to map a new land: Electionland (german version | english version), where all the districts which vote in a similar way are located nearby. This new kind of map allows us to see a Germany grouped by lifestyles, preferences and attitudes. Here is some background on how I created this map. First of all, I need to normalize the data and make the parties comparable. To this end, I applied a…
 
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    Sankey Diagrams

  • Gas Engine Sankey Diagram from Japan

    phineas
    10 Apr 2014 | 4:17 am
    Too many colors in the Sankey diagrams posted recently? Here are two unicolor ones from the Exergy Design Joint Research Lab at Osaka University in Japan. Not that I understand much, but apparently the one at the top is for a gas engine system. No absolute values given, so just a schematic representation of the flows.
  • Latent Thermal Storage, Bayreuth Uni

    phineas
    9 Apr 2014 | 3:43 am
    This Sankey diagram is from a research project at Bayreuth University (Germany) on latent thermal storage and heat pumps. Read the project summary here (in German). Flows show percentage shares, not absolute values. LTTT watermark in the background is from the insitute where the project was run.
  • Budget Flow and ABC Cost Flow

    phineas
    29 Mar 2014 | 3:33 am
    The below is a section from a larger Sankey diagram by Adrián Chiogna, shown at visualize.org. This is for budget flow and activity based costing. Check out the full image at visualize.org.
  • Water and Energy Flows in Production

    phineas
    18 Mar 2014 | 6:28 am
    Dutch tech consulting firm ‘Water and Energy Solutions’ looks at optimization opportunities and cost saving potential in industrial production sites. Their services offer is advertised with this sample Sankey diagram. Their approach called “Flux Technology” is a methodology that “first considers a production site at the largest possible scope, focusing primarily on intersecting process and utility streams. At different scope levels we analyze site, plant(s), unit operations, equipment and general operations both qualitatively as well as quantitatively.”
  • China Energy Balance, Air Pollution

    phineas
    4 Mar 2014 | 5:28 am
    Air pollution in Beijing, with orange alerts and high health risks made the news (again) recently. One measure discussed to reduce pollution levels is to issue a partial ban for cars on the streets. This would certainly reduce some of the pressure, however, I am not quite sure whether this would significantly help improve the situation. Looking at this 2005 energy flow Sankey diagram for China from World Resources Sim Center, one notices that the largest chunk of energy produced in China is from coal. The energy from coal consumed in 2005 (purple boxes) was seven times higher than the energy…
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    Junk Charts

  • When to use the start-at-zero rule

    junkcharts
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:01 am
    A response to a tweet forwarded to me. The person tweeting complained that FiveThirtyEight uses charts that don’t start the vertical axis at zero. The example given was this: In this post, I want to clear some confusion around the "start-at-zero" rule. This rule is an absolute must only for column (or bar) charts but is not intended for line charts. Here is a bar chart with the axis starting at 60% instead of 0: I highlighted the columns for 1993 and 1996. Visually, the height of one column is twice that of the other column. And yet the axis labels tell us that the difference is…
  • Habits are hard to shake off

    junkcharts
    21 Apr 2014 | 5:01 am
    For those who don't use an iPhone, what you are staring at is the new keyboard. Is the SHIFT key on or off? For most of us who use the iPhone, we can't tell you either. It's been confusing and exasperating. The answer is when the SHIFT key is gray, it is off. When the SHIFT key is white, as shown in the following image, it is ON. This design plays games with our head. We see all the white letter keys and none of them are pressed so we assume white keys are not pressed. This is especially annoying when we are entering names into a text box. Typically, the app developer would save…
  • An overused chart, why it fails, and how to fix it

    junkcharts
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:30 am
    Reader and tipster Chris P. found this "death spiral" chart dizzying (link). It's one of those charts that has conceptual appeal but does not do the data justice. As the name implies, the designer has a strong message, that the arctic sea ice volume has dramatically declined over time. This message is there in the chart but the reader has to work hard to find it. Why doesn't this spider chart work? We can be more precise. A big problem is the lack of scalability. This chart looks different every year. If you add an extra year to the chart, you either have to increase the…
  • Conventions, novelty and the double edge

    junkcharts
    15 Apr 2014 | 8:30 am
    This chart from Reuters is making the rounds on Twitter today. Quickly, tell me whether the Gun Law in Florida did well or poorly. That of course is the entire purpose of the chart. If you are like me, that is, you have knowledge in your head of time-series line charts, you probably experienced that moment where the bottom fell out and you didn't know which way was up. This is the double edge of novelty in charts. There should be a very high bar against running counter to convention. Readers do bring their "baggage" to the chart, and the designer should take that into…
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    Visual Business Intelligence

  • Design for the Real World

    Stephen Few
    28 Mar 2014 | 3:11 pm
    All men are designers. All that we do, almost all the time, is design, for design is basic to all human activity. The planning and patterning of any act towards a desired, foreseeable end constitutes the design process. Any attempt to separate design, to make it a thing-by-itself, works counter to the inherent value of design as the primary underlying matrix of life. Design is the conscious effort to impose meaningful order. Mankind is unique among animals in its relationship to the environment. All other animals adapt themselves to a changing environment (by growing thicker fur in the…
  • Data Insights: Deep Thinking About Data Visualization

    Stephen Few
    11 Feb 2014 | 12:08 pm
    I have an extensive library of books about data visualization. I purchase most of the books that are published on the subject, but only occasionally do I find one that exhibits sound thinking and deep understanding. The new book titled Data Insights: News Ways to Visualize and Make Sense of Data, by Hunter Whitney, is one of those rare exceptions. Unlike most authors of books about data visualization or the broader topic of business intelligence, Whitney thinks clearly and writes beautifully. The two go hand in hand. Because data visualization has soared to great popularity in the last 10…
  • One of Bill Gates’ favorite graphs redesigned

    Stephen Few
    10 Jan 2014 | 3:30 pm
    This blog entry was written by Bryan Pierce of Perceptual Edge. The following 3-D treemap was brought to our attention by a participant in our discussion forum. (Click to enlarge.) This graph was selected by Bill Gates to be included in a recent edition of Wired Magazine that he guest edited. He explained why he included the graph as follows: I love this graph because it shows that while the number of people dying from communicable diseases is still far too high, those numbers continue to come down. In fact, fewer kids are dying, more kids are going to school and more diseases are on their…
  • Driving and Walking: Time Enough for Thinking

    Stephen Few
    2 Jan 2014 | 1:23 pm
    I was first introduced to science fiction literature as a young man in undergraduate school. The first science fiction novel that I read was Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein. This book was not typical of the genre in many respects—some called it the Bible of the 60’s counter-culture movement—but I loved it and eventually came to love science fiction in most of its sub-genres. Heinlein became one of my early favorites among science fiction authors. It is the memory of his novel Time Enough for Love that links my love of the genre to the topic of this blog article. The…
  • The Scourge of Unnecessary Complexity

    Stephen Few
    16 Dec 2013 | 3:15 pm
    One of the mottos of my work is “eloquence through simplicity:” eloquence of communication through simplicity of design. Simple should not be confused with simplistic (overly simplified). Simplicity’s goal is to find the simplest way to represent something, stripping away all that isn’t essential and expressing what’s left in the clearest possible way. It is the happy medium between too much and too little. While I professionally strive for simplicity in data visualization, I care about it in all aspects of life. Our world is overly complicated by unnecessary and…
 
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    Info Graphics Pool

  • HTC One M8 vs. Samsung Galaxy S5

    23 Apr 2014 | 10:44 am
    911rajiv has added a photo to the pool: Source of Infographic: images.maxabout.com/misc/infographics/image/samsung-galax...
  • Quotographic Presented by BiS Henderson

    23 Apr 2014 | 5:49 am
    InfographicCollection has added a photo to the pool: The quotographic is brought to you by BiS Henderson who has over 25 years of experience in supply chain recruitment and logistics recruitment. Visit bis-henderson.blogspot.com/2014/04/quotographic-presented...
  • ALUNOS ENSINO SUPERIOR 2013

    23 Apr 2014 | 4:36 am
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  • Tips to Choose the Right Videographer - An Infographic

    23 Apr 2014 | 4:17 am
    InfographicCollection has added a photo to the pool: The infographic on "Tips to Choose the Right Videographer" is brought to you by 24ktsound.com that specializes in videography services from over 35 years. Check 24ktsound.blogspot.com/2014/04/an-infographic-on-how-to-c...
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    23 Apr 2014 | 3:28 am
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    Daily Infographic

  • Marathons by the Numbers [infographic]

    Jasmin
    24 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    As you know, the Boston Marathon was this past Monday. Normally the Boston Marathon is a special event for all runners because it is one of the most prestigious running events around. Many runners hold the Boston marathon as a life goal to reach because of the incredibly tough qualifying times. For example, As a 23 year old female I would need to run 26.2 miles in 3 hours and 35 minutes. Thats about 8:12 minutes per mile, for 26.2 miles! I could only hope to keep that pace if I was running downhill with the wind at my back. Boston Marathon aside, marathon races are a true feat of strength…
  • AirBnB: Then And Now [Infographic]

    Erich Scholl
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    I’m a travel junkie. This past summer of 2013, I spent 3 months backpacking through Europe, going from London to Denmark, to Croatia- and pretty much everywhere in between. While on this epic trip, I discovered many things- the beauty and good nature of human beings, my own ability to achieve goals given the proper amount of determination and energy (and caffeine), and a nifty little app called Airbnb. I first used Airbnb when I was in Copenhagen. I logged on and discovered a hip-looking apartment, reasonably priced for a 3 night stay. It was located near Copenhagen’s famous meatpacking…
  • Rude Hand Gestures from Around the World [infographic]

    J.P. Blackard
    22 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    Insulting someone out of sheer boredom is never okay! One should always seek to remain diplomatic and thoughtful of those around. One should not unnecessarily insult someone they did not mean to or cause a bar fight that could result in arrests. We should all let those stupid comments slide off our backs and be the bigger person when in the presence of “small” people. However, there are times when you decide enough is enough! You’re so heated and there are so many different things you want to say to convey your message of utter disdain. Although so often we lose control of…
  • How Does HPV Affect me? [infographic]

    Tim
    21 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    I’m sure you’ve heard of HPV, short for Human Papillomavirus. You just toss it in the category of STD’s and hope you don’t contract it, but there is much to learn about this certain virus. Did you know that HPV is actually a group of over 150 related viruses that can have symptoms ranging from mild genital warts to cancer? Also, around 80% of sexually active people will contract some strain of HPV sometime in their lives. Yeah, seriously. Cervical cancer is what most of you all think when you hear about HPV’s ability to generate the big C. And that’s a good…
  • What You Wish You’d Known Before Your Job Interview [infographic]

    Stewart Cowan
    19 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    Job interviews are stressful. The reason they are stressful is because you have to make yourself look like the most outstanding applicant for that job. They shouldn’t be stressful though. I think that when it comes to interviews the main reason people don’t get the job is because they were too concerned about looking like the most outstanding applicant for the job. It’s easy to let anxiety compromise the interview. If I have any personal advice to give you, I would tell you to just be yourself. It might be cliche, but it truly is the best way to act when meeting anybody new…
 
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    Best Infographics

  • What Your Favorite Coffee Says About You {Infographic}

    cyrus
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:41 am
    Many of us drink tons of coffee every day to stay awake and get our work done. Not all coffee-based drinks are the same. This fun visual by Ryoko Iwata details personalities coffee drinkers based on the type of drink they like: [Source] The post What Your Favorite Coffee Says About You {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • What Your Blog Posts Need {Infographic}

    cyrus
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:21 am
    Starting a blog is very easy these days. But making it as a successful blogger takes a much longer time. You need to make sure your blog posts are magnetic and offer some value to your visitors. This infographic by CopyBlogger shows what you need to include in your blog posts to boost your blog: The post What Your Blog Posts Need {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • How Do Colors Impact Purchases {Infographic}

    cyrus
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:51 am
    Colors are all around us and affect us in various ways. They can affect our mood and even who we do business with. There is a very good reason many large corporations spend lots of money to get their corporate colors right. This infographic by Kissmetrics covers how colors affect our purchases: The post How Do Colors Impact Purchases {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • Google Earth: Our Weird Planet {Infographic}

    cyrus
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:45 pm
    Our blue planet is truly special. Some of us are lucky to get a chance to explore numerous parts of it in our lifetime. Tools such as Google Earth also make it easier to learn more about our planet. In fact, Google and its engineers have worked hard to build and improve this tool over the years. Google Earth has some stunning and even strange images. This infographic by Great Business Schools covers a few of those: [Our Weird Planet by Greatbusinessschools.org] The post Google Earth: Our Weird Planet {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • 21 Ways To Say Hello Infographic

    cyrus
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:05 am
    Knowing how to say hello in multiple languages won’t necessarily get you unstuck in a foreign land, but it always helps. Besides, it might encourage you to learn a few new languages. This infographic by Living Language shows how you can sell hello in 21 languages: The post 21 Ways To Say Hello Infographic appeared first on Best Infographics.
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    Infographics Showcase

  • Why Craft Beer Is Booming

    Infographics Guy
    3 Apr 2014 | 2:31 pm
    The craft beer industry is booming, meaning it’s harder for your beer to stand out in the crowd. The newest infographic from 99designs highlights what steps you need to take to design the perfect label for your beloved brew!
  • Australia’s Credit Card Addiction

    Infographics Guy
    28 Mar 2014 | 10:48 am
    Credit card addiction is not only for the U.S., other countries are just as addicted to credit cards. This infographic from Fox Symes shows that Australia has a huge problem with credit card debt. The statistics in this infographic are surprising and provide an interesting breakdown of how bad credit card debt is.  
  • How Long Will it Take You to Become a Millionaire

    Infographics Guy
    27 Mar 2014 | 6:57 am
    Don’t we all dream of become a millionaire. It is actually possible if you plan and take your time. It is now going to happen over night unless you when the lottery. So how long will it take you to become a millionaire? This interactive infographic from Gumtree will help you calculate how long it […]
  • Creating Your Economically Friendly Life

    Infographics Guy
    18 Mar 2014 | 10:33 am
    When it comes to your energy bills, no one wants to be spending above the odds when they could be saving pounds. Technology continues to advance year after year and, nowadays, it is possible to make huge savings when it comes to your monthly energy expenses. Discover the home improvements you can make to your […]
  • The Guide to Getting Married Abroad

    Infographics Guy
    10 Mar 2014 | 10:28 am
    Do you fall under the bracket of one in six couples who are now deciding to get married abroad? If you are considering this, ‘A Guide to Getting Married Abroad’, an infographic from Debenhams, is on hand to offer plenty of useful tips, advice and information when you are preparing to say your vows overseas. […]
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    Reprographics 101 (more than you ever wanted to know about the reprographics industry)

  • CONTEST: I’M IN A PHILANTHROPIC STATE OF MIND

    Joel Salus
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:35 pm
    This is the “new normal” way to become a billionaire???I’ve been writing, off an on, about Textura Corp (NYSE: TXTR) since before it went public last year.  Textura, a company operating in the A/E/C Industry SaaS space, has yet to report a profit, but, in spite of that, had, at one point last year, a market cap of over $1 billion.  More recently (after a scathing report from Citron Research), TXTR has come closer to earth, recently trading in the low $20.00 range (after hitting a high of $45.63 last October 1st.)  Note that at $20.00 per share, TXTR has a market cap of…
  • 3D Systems acquires Xerox Corporation’s product design, engineering and chemistry group

    Joel Salus
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:22 am
    The following paragraph comes from an in-depth article (about the subject reported below) that appeared in Larry Hunt’s Wide-Format News, April 2014 edition.  (You need to be a subscriber to that newsletter to read the full article.) 3D Systems and Xerox recently announced a transaction designed to leverage both companies’ 3D printing capabilities to accelerate growth and cement leadership positions. 3D Systems entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Xerox Corporation’s Wilsonville, Oregon product design, engineering and chemistry group and related assets for $32.5 million…
  • Staples to Offer 3D Printing Services

    Joel Salus
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    I received this e-mail from a friend yesterday afternoon:  “I caught this on Bloomberg today - you may have seen the article or discussion already. I hope all is well with you.” And, here’s the article, up on Forbes.com, by Gene Marks:Will 3D Printing Be Staples' Field of Dreams?“If you build it, they will come.”It worked for Ray Kinsella.  Maybe, just maybe, it’ll work for StaplesSPLS+2.03%too.  The office supply company is now bringing their brand recognition to the field of 3D printing.  They’re building it.  And now they’re hoping that…
  • U.S.-based Mimeo.com acquires Koebcke GmbH (Service Point Solutions’ former operation in Germany)

    Joel Salus
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:16 am
    I’d like to thank a friend in Germany for bringing this news to my attention.In his e-mail this morning, he said…“The U.S. investor Mimeo Inc. took over the operation of the German Koebcke GmbH at three locations in Berlin and another seven offices nationwide.”You will find, below, Google Translatetranslations – of two articles - from German to English.  As always, keep in mind that translations are not perfect.1st article……April 14, 2014                       Saved…
  • Marathon Reprographics vs. Kevin Rowe, iPlanTables, et al – CASE DISMISSED

    Joel Salus
    5 Apr 2014 | 5:48 am
    On March 19th, a “stipulation for dismissal” was filed with the Court."COME NOW the Plaintiff Marathon Reprographics, Inc. and Defendants Kevin Rowe and Beth Swanson, TRC Digital Services, LLC, TRC, Inc., iPlanTables, LLC, and James D. Costello, by and through their respective counsel, and hereby stipulate to the dismissal of the claims between them with prejudice. As between these parties, each party shall be responsible for and bear their own attorney’s fees and costs."On March 24th, the court issued an “order” directing the case to be dismissed “in its entirety with prejudice,…
 
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  • Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking

    Bharat Prajapati
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:35 am
    We’ve all heard the old adage to view an audience in their underwear if you’re slated to perform in front of a crowd, but did you know that public speaking is the #2 most common fear? It sits firmly in the #2 position, after flying, and before heights.Topmanagementdegrees.com has created an infographic entitled “Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking”, outlining the fear of public speaking, and some tips and tricks you can enlist to help you get through your next speaking engagement.
  • Growing or Going? Jobs of the Future

    Bharat Prajapati
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:24 am
    For those entering the workforce, it can be a scary time. It’s hard to know what the future may hold for many industries, but www.affordable-online-colleges.net has created an infographic entitled “Growing or Going? Jobs of the Future”, showing you what industries are expected to grow, and which are expected to flop.
  • The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S.

    Bharat Prajapati
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:13 am
    Drones may seem like material for a science fiction movie, however, drone technology is getting more advanced every day.Criminaljusticedegreehub.com has created an infographic entitled “The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S.” giving you a look into the history of drones, how they are used today, and what we might see in the future.
  • Social Jetlag: No Travel Required

    Bharat Prajapati
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:05 am
    When you think of jetlag, you probably imagine the effects of a flight and travel on the body. However, there is another type of jetlag – social jetlag, which can have even more worrisome effects than its jet setting counterpart.Bizbrain.org has created an infographic entitled “Social Jetlag: No Travel Required”, explaining what social jetlag is, how to recognize it, and how to avoid it.
  • Education Spending: Where Are Our Priorities?

    Bharat Prajapati
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:58 am
    When it comes to national spending, the amount allotted to education can be the source of heated debates.Topeducationdegrees.org has created an infographic showing just how much we’re spending, and what it compares to.
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  • Infographic: “Go Wild” for National Parks

    Infographics Archive
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:31 am
    Join the National Park Foundation as they celebrate National Park Week, April 19-27. Learn more about America’s treasured places and celebrate National Park Week by sharing this infographic. Plan adventures, share memories , and join the National Park Community at www.nationalparkweek.org The post Infographic: “Go Wild” for National Parks appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Earth Day: 30 of the Greenest Cities on the Planet

    Infographics Archive
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:25 am
    The folks at Ecocleen Services have put together this infographic to celebrate Earth Day. The theme of Earth Day this April 22nd 2014 is ‘Green Cities’, which means over a billion people around the world will help to highlight the importance of living in a sustainable city with a focus on improving our environment. The post Earth Day: 30 of the Greenest Cities on the Planet appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Infographic: Stop Running From Your Home Energy Bill

    Infographics Archive
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:16 am
    Real smart, green living is here with ADT Pulse. It lets you control and monitor your home via any of your mobile devices; all you need is an Internet connection. Never worry about whether you’ve closed the garage door, turned off an appliance or left the lights on. With ADT Pulse, you can remotely manage everything with the press of a button. It’s like having your entire home running on your own personal remote control. Plus, it lets you save money by saving on your energy consumption. It’s green living mixed with “smart” living; a two-in-one combo that keeps you and your…
  • Infographic: Your ADHD Research Ideas

    Infographics Archive
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:36 am
    ADHDFund asks people with ADHD and ADHD researchers to fill in an online questionnaire on research ideas for ADHD. ADHDFund uses your input to study what you prefer. Check out the responses in our infographic. The goal of ADHDFund is to finance patient oriented research, independent from pharmaceutical industry. This is new in psychiatry! We want to ask everyone to help us. Join the ADHD community at www.adhdfund.com. Let us know your research ideas and your donations are much appreciated.  The post Infographic: Your ADHD Research Ideas appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • It’s a $34 Billion Industry: Alternative Treatments for Mental Disorders

    Infographics Archive
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:39 am
    The use of alternative treatments for mental illness is growing in popularity due to concern over the side effects of some medications and a general mistrust for pharmaceutical companies. The following infographic describes some of the natural ways people are treating disorders like depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. Brought to you by bestpsychologydegrees.com The post It’s a $34 Billion Industry: Alternative Treatments for Mental Disorders appeared first on Infographics Archive.
 
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  • Glitter and Herpes

    VisualJokes
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:45 pm
    This is part of a series of top #VisualJokes illustrated by designers from the Visually Marketplace.
  • Visual Jokes: Volume 1

    VisualJokes
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:59 pm
    This is part of a series of top #VisualJokes illustrated by designers from the Visually Marketplace.
  • America's Truck: The Ford F-150

    NerdWallet
    24 Apr 2014 | 10:27 am
    Chances are you own a Ford F-150 or you know someone who does. The F-Series pickup was first introduced in 1948 and since then it has been one of the best-selling vehicles in the United States. The F-Series has been a best-seller for the past 32 years, and the most popular F-Series truck is the F-150.
  • The Largest and Most Innovative Companies in the World Have Chosen Taulia

    Contreras4
    24 Apr 2014 | 10:20 am
    This infographic illustrates the the largest brand name customers of Taulia which include some of the top Global 2000 companies of the world
  • 5 Trends Driving Demand for Finance Jobs

    AIUniv
    24 Apr 2014 | 10:19 am
    If you’re considering pursuing career opportunities in the finance world, take a look at these five key factors that are driving growth, from the coming retirement of scores of Baby Boomers to a stricter regulatory environment.
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  • 2014 – Year of Big Data & Analytics

    Socialnama
    22 Apr 2014 | 10:54 pm
    Source : visual.ly 2014 is a key year for Big Data & Analytics. While everyone is talking about Big Data and claiming to be an expert, how do you stand out? Find out more from this infographic. The post 2014 – Year of Big Data & Analytics appeared first on Infographics Central.
  • Predicting Customer Behavior with Analytics

    Socialnama
    19 Mar 2014 | 4:56 am
    Source : Alteryx Want to get more value from your customer data? This infographic illustrates the most widely used sources of customer data, and the benefits you can get when you predict customer behavior. These findings are based on a recent study by Alteryx and AbsolutData, and include some challenges that prevent analytics from being used as effectively as it could be to drive critical improvements in sales, marketing, customer satisfaction/loyalty, and operational efficiency. The post Predicting Customer Behavior with Analytics appeared first on Infographics Central.
  • 5 Reasons Businesses use the Cloud

    Socialnama
    16 Mar 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Source : awesome.good.is Cloud computing provides a way for your business to manage your computing resources online. Cloud can be used to describe the use of a third party for your storage and computing needs. Cloud computing allows businesses to access their information virtually, creating a flexible and global way of accessing your data any place, any time.This infographic will show the advantages of using cloud computing in your business. The post 5 Reasons Businesses use the Cloud appeared first on Infographics Central.
  • Social Media Spamming

    Socialnama
    10 Mar 2014 | 2:47 am
    Source : seosmarty.com Digg made a series of bans in 2008, “allegedly due to script use;” Reddit engaged in “ghost” banning in 2009; and more recently, Google+ suspended accounts that used pseudonyms. In most of the cases of mass banning, social networks have responded to users who have broken the terms of service (TOS). However, when you take a look at the TOS on various social networks, you’ll see that many have different opinions as to what is considered acceptable behavior versus what is prohibited. So are you spamming your favourite social media site ? The…
  • Mobile Innovation Movement

    Socialnama
    4 Mar 2014 | 9:04 pm
    Source : ce.org Home systems and technologies are becoming smarter and consumers are learning about the benefits of connected products. Cellular networks are also becoming more important to provide a robust infrastructure as more consumers cut the cord and demand wireless communications. CEA ’s research study A Tale of Two Techs: Smartphone and Tablet Adoption and Usage found that apart from making calls, consumers mostly use their smartphones to access the Internet and email. Get a bird’s eye view on how Mobile Innovations are being utilized. The post Mobile Innovation Movement…
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  • Markham Winter of 2014

    1 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    Winter has finally ended in Markham where I live and it has seemed a very long and cold season this year. I decided to take a look at the weather data from Environment Canada and see whether my impression is supported by the data. The result is the graphic below. Click on it to see a larger version. Yes, 2014 was the coldest winter in Markham since 1994. We had an average temperature during the winter of -8.2 C this year and in 1994 it was -9.2 C. Both last year and especially 2012 were warmer than usual so it likely felt that much worse in comparison. We also had the 4th most snow in the…
  • Toronto Visible Minorities

    27 Sep 2013 | 4:30 am
    Toronto is the most multicultural city in the world. According to the 2011 National Household Survey, 46% of the population were foreign-born immigrants and 47% are members of a visible minority. (ref) These immigrants come from a wide variety of places across the globe and their diversity makes the city a truly remarkable place. I have created a Dot Map that shows a single point for every person in the Toronto area, coloured by visible minority status. There are 5,700,628 in all and they are positioned at their place of residence and coloured based on the information from the 2011 census and…
  • Toronto 311 Visualization

    6 Sep 2013 | 4:20 am
    The calls people make into the 311 service line in Toronto give an interesting glimpse into the pulse of the city. The City of Toronto makes this data available through their Open Data initiative. I did some analysis and design work with it to produce a visualization for illuminating time-based patterns during 2012. The visualization is a set of small multiple calendar heatmaps, one for each data series. The one shown above is for reports about 'long grass and weeds'. I was inspired to use this visual form by this example: Vehicles involved in fatal crashes by Nathan Yau. I experimented with…
  • Visual Book Selector

    8 May 2013 | 5:00 am
    One common pattern I see in many interactive applications is to support a person who is selecting a few items from some larger set. Often these items have various characteristics that the person wants to use in some way to guide their selection process. The characteristics can be numeric quantities, dates, categories, or names of things. Showing all the items in a list and allowing the person to sort by one of the attributes is often a decent default solution. In other cases it's more useful to consider multiple attributes at a time during the selection process. Maybe you want items that are…
  • Star Wars Movie Fingerprints

    27 Mar 2013 | 4:35 am
    Recently YouTube had a video that showed all six Star Wars movies at once. They were placed in a 2 by 3 matrix and had an audio track of all the movies superimposed. It was an interesting experiment that has since been removed based on copyright grounds. Before it was removed I was able to do some simple analysis on the video and extract some details of the individual episodes of the Star Wars series. Basically, I produced something very similar to a classic work called Cinema Redux™ by Brendan Dawes, done in 2004. Each individual movie in the series was reduced to a collection of small…
 
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  • Introducing our New Infogram and Infographic Levels

    Jake Filan
    23 Apr 2014 | 8:09 am
    Sometimes you need a half pint and sometimes you need the whole pitcher… Introducing our new Infogram and Infographic Levels It is no secret that the digital world is evolving at an incredibly fast pace. In an effort to make sure we stay current and help push the digital infographic space forward, we have rolled […] Author information Jake Filan Jake, a man dedicated to happiness, actively seeks the source, the life force, the essence, the je ne sais quoi about the beauty of life. Whether he is digging a Phish show, collecting vinyl, sustaining the magic of childhood with his…
  • 5 Amazing Things I Learned Making Infographics

    Brent Csutoras
    9 Apr 2014 | 11:41 am
    Over the last 5 years, I have been involved in hundreds of Infographics projects. Whether it be coming up with concepts, reviewing the research and writing, or helping to promote them in the top social communities, I have had the pleasure of learning a lot about a large variety of interesting topics. Here are 5 […] Author information Brent Csutoras CMO at Pixel Road Designs Brent Csutoras is a social media strategist and entrepreneur, who specializes in social media marketing, content marketing, and viral content creation. TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedIn The post 5 Amazing Things I…
  • Fun With Coffee and Our New Mugs!

    Jake Filan
    26 Mar 2014 | 9:44 am
    Like most humans, coffee, caffeine, or some type of natural energy boost is needed in today’s fast paced digital world.  In fact, 54% of Americans over 18 years old drink coffee. We love our coffee, so it was nice to find a company like CustomZilla that’s able to produce a quality custom product at a […] Author information Jake Filan Jake, a man dedicated to happiness, actively seeks the source, the life force, the essence, the je ne sais quoi about the beauty of life. Whether he is digging a Phish show, collecting vinyl, sustaining the magic of childhood with his daughter,…
  • 7 Awesome Things An Infographic Can Do For Your Business Or Blog

    Lycurgus
    18 Mar 2014 | 9:32 am
    Over the past few years, infographics have become one of the most shared and, dare I say, iconic aspects of the Internet. While many seem to think they’re just fun little ways to share information, infographics can be a valuable marketing tool for your business or weblog, regardless of content.They have the potential to be […] Author information Lycurgus Lycurgus is film critic, publicist, and screenwriter living in Denver, CO. He once saved a basket of puppies from a burning building. On the seventh day he didn't rest, he volunteered at a soup kitchen for the homeless. Some say he's…
  • 13 Beautifully Creepy Horror Movie Posters

    Lycurgus
    29 Oct 2013 | 5:15 am
    A movie poster is a powerful marketing tool, but in many instances, it can also be a beautiful work of art. For close to a century horror movies have been at the apex of beautiful and, most importantly, frightening poster art. From hand-painted character art to suggestive minimalism, horror movies have some of the most […] Author information Lycurgus Lycurgus is film critic, publicist, and screenwriter living in Denver, CO. He once saved a basket of puppies from a burning building. On the seventh day he didn't rest, he volunteered at a soup kitchen for the homeless. Some say he's made…
 
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  • The Growth of The Mobile Gambling Industry

    Admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:39 am
    “Mobile betting is the highest growth area of the UK Gambling market”, said recently the CEO of Paddy Power. And the thing is the mobile gambling industry tends to grow as customers are using their smartphones as ever before. These allows gamblers to place their bets at any moment, it doesn’t matter anymore where you are as long as there’s Internet connection. This last fact has been changing the gambling industry over the last few years and experts predict it will be changing in the same direction in the future. Last year, in 2013, some gambling operators such as Paddy Power or…
  • Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking

    Admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:27 am
    We’ve all heard the old adage to view an audience in their underwear if you’re slated to perform in front of a crowd, but did you know that public speaking is the #2 most common fear? It sits firmly in the #2 position, after flying, and before heights.www.topmanagementdegrees.com has created an infographic entitled “Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking”, outlining the fear of public speaking, and some tips and tricks you can enlist to help you get through your next speaking engagement. The post Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking appeared first on Infographics…
  • Growing or Going? Jobs of the Future

    Admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:24 am
    For those entering the workforce, it can be a scary time. It’s hard to know what the future may hold for many industries, but www.affordable-online-colleges.net has created an infographic entitled “Growing or Going? Jobs of the Future”, showing you what industries are expected to grow, and which are expected to flop.   The post Growing or Going? Jobs of the Future appeared first on Infographics King.
  • The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S

    Admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:21 am
    Drones may seem like material for a science fiction movie, however, drone technology is getting more advanced every day.www.criminaljusticedegreehub.com has created an infographic entitled “The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S.” giving you a look into the history of drones, how they are used today, and what we might see in the future. The post The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S appeared first on Infographics King.
  • Social Jetlag: No Travel Required

    Admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:18 am
    When you think of jetlag, you probably imagine the effects of a flight and travel on the body. However, there is another type of jetlag – social jetlag, which can have even more worrisome effects than its jet setting counterpart. www.bizbrain.org has created an infographic entitled “Social Jetlag: No Travel Required”, explaining what social jetlag is, how to recognize it, and how to avoid it. The post Social Jetlag: No Travel Required appeared first on Infographics King.
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  • Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking

    admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:34 pm
    We’ve all heard the old adage to view an audience in their underwear if you’re slated to perform in front of a crowd, but did you know that public speaking is the #2 most common fear? It sits firmly in the #2 position, after flying, and before heights. TopManagementDegrees.com has created an infographic entitled “Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking”, outlining the fear of public speaking, and some tips and tricks you can enlist to help you get through your next speaking engagement. Source: TopManagementDegrees.com EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Source:…
  • Growing or Going? Jobs of the Future

    admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:26 pm
    For those entering the workforce, it can be a scary time. It’s hard to know what the future may hold for many industries, but Affordable-Online-Colleges.net has created an infographic entitled “Growing or Going? Jobs of the Future”, showing you what industries are expected to grow, and which are expected to flop. Graphic Courtesy of: Affordable-Online-Colleges.net EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Graphic Courtesy of: Affordable-Online-Colleges.net – Via: Only Infographic
  • The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S.

    admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:16 pm
    Drones may seem like material for a science fiction movie, however, drone technology is getting more advanced every day. CriminalJusticeDegreeHub.com has created an infographic entitled “The Past and Future of Drones in the U.S.” giving you a look into the history of drones, how they are used today, and what we might see in the future. Source: CriminalJusticeDegreeHub.com EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Source: CriminalJusticeDegreeHub.com – Via: Only Infographic
  • Social Jetlag: No Travel Required

    admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:57 pm
    When you think of jetlag, you probably imagine the effects of a flight and travel on the body. However, there is another type of jetlag – social jetlag, which can have even more worrisome effects than its jet setting counterpart. BizBrain.org has created an infographic entitled “Social Jetlag: No Travel Required”, explaining what social jetlag is, how to recognize it, and how to avoid it. Source: BizBrain.org EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Source: BizBrain.org – Via: Only Infographic
  • Education Spending: Where Are Our Priorities?

    admin
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:42 pm
    When it comes to national spending, the amount allotted to education can be the source of heated debates. TopEducationDegrees.org has created an infographic showing just how much we’re spending, and what it compares to. Source: TopEducationDegrees.org EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Source: TopEducationDegrees.org – Via: Only Infographic
 
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  • James Bond at Sea

    Danny
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:24 pm
    James Bond will always be a classic. His collection of cars, gadgets, boats, guns, and women are to be desired by all men. Originally created by Ian Fleming in 1953, he was featured in 12 novels and two short story … Continue reading → The post James Bond at Sea appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • The cost of renting in New York City

    Danny
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:10 pm
    Everyone knows that the Big Apple is expensive. But according to the NYU Furman Center and Capital One, the percentage of New Yorkers paying excessive shares of their income on rent has increased since 2000. Since 2008, more than half … Continue reading → The post The cost of renting in New York City appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • The real cost of car ownership

    Danny
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:53 am
    How much does your car really cost? With gas and maintenance, it’s much more than the sticker price. Many go for the lowest sticker price possible, but according to Safe Car, the cost of ownership might actually be higher than … Continue reading → The post The real cost of car ownership appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • Ready to expand your business?

    Danny
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:26 am
    I’m sure you’ve heard the old anecdote about one in three businesses fail. No one wants to be the one that fails. Your business is your blood, sweat, and tears, your livelihood and the result of hours of work. Expanding … Continue reading → The post Ready to expand your business? appeared first on Vizual Archive.
  • BLDC Motors and HVAC Efficiency

    Danny
    1 Apr 2014 | 5:08 am
    In the never ending quest for efficiency, the HVAC industry has turned to brushless DC motors (BLDC). Comfort, efficiency and affordability are paramount in the HVAC world and BLDC motors are making those innovations possible. According to Sinotech, the world … Continue reading → The post BLDC Motors and HVAC Efficiency appeared first on Vizual Archive.
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  • Is Complete Online Privacy Possible?

    Angel
    24 Apr 2014 | 10:36 pm
    This infographic shows an overview of online privacy. Here’s everything you ought to know about Cookies. Is it harmful? Is it helpful? Also find 5 simple steps to maintain your privacy. Via: blog.techgenie.com
  • Construction Careers vs. a College Education, Which Pays Out More?

    Angel
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:39 pm
    Many of us were told college is the best road to a financially secure future. That’s not always the case. See how many construction jobs pay more than some office jobs (and without all that student loan debt). Brought to you by the national construction rental company, BigRentz.com The construction industry is struggling to fill well-paid jobs, while half of recent college graduates are underemployed. Is it time to shed our national bias against getting our hands dirty? Are construction careers better than corporate carriers? Via: www.bigrentz.com
  • Which Football Team Has The Most Fanatic Fans?

    Angel
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:04 am
    Supporting a team might take all you got, but it’s definitely worth it, especially if you are among the world’s most fierce fans: the ones that support the Premier League teams. Via: www.betfair.com
  • Interesting Plumbing Facts That May Surprise You

    Angel
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:11 pm
    Ever stop to think about the intricacies of plumbing? Don’t worry, we’re not judging! While no one ever discusses sewage systems as a conversational starter (at least — we would hope!), there’s a lot more to plumbing than its associated, Mario Bros. legacy. Via: www.theseverngroup.com
  • Checklist for Moving with Pets

    Angel
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:28 pm
    This infographic titled ‘Checklist For Moving With Pets’ assists pet owners with information about things to do when moving with pets. Moving is one of the busiest time for every family and in the hustle-bustle of moving it is very likely that the moving families forget some important preparation regarding moving their pets. This infographic provides them a to-do list of those activities. Via: northstarmoving.wordpress.com
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  • How to land Easter Gifts hatch Safely?

    All Infographics
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:18 am
    Everyone uses packaging in the eCommerce industry, and Easter is a busy time for many retailers. There is a need to ensure that items sent out to consumers are delivered safely and efficiently by businesses in a timely manner. This […] The post How to land Easter Gifts hatch Safely? appeared first on All Infographics.
  • 6 Types of Social Media sharers

    All Infographics
    20 Apr 2014 | 7:18 am
    A start to think about the effect of social media is to ask yourself how often you use social media. Is social media a part of your everyday routine? It is also worth considering how social media is used as […] The post 6 Types of Social Media sharers appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Complete Hair transplant – Best Tips & Procedures

    All Infographics
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:18 pm
    With age comes the aging process. It is only natural that some of us feel the need to restore our youth. On average, around the age of 35 most men will experience the onset of hair loss. Baldness happens in […] The post Complete Hair transplant – Best Tips & Procedures appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Top 20 Overused buzzwords in Business & Marketing

    All Infographics
    10 Apr 2014 | 12:17 am
    Buzzwords. They’re everywhere. If you work in business or marketing, sometimes it feels like you can’t get through a single day or meeting without hearing them over and over. Processes are turned into phrases, phrases are turned into acronyms – […] The post Top 20 Overused buzzwords in Business & Marketing appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Top 5 Reasons why it’s High time to Migrate from Windows XP

    All Infographics
    6 Apr 2014 | 12:17 am
    On 8th April nearly 13 years after the general release date, Microsoft will cease to support the Windows XP operating system. With 29% of PC users still running XP this is a major headache for businesses around the world. Read […] The post Top 5 Reasons why it’s High time to Migrate from Windows XP appeared first on All Infographics.
 
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  • The Real Cost of Owning a Pet

    shelli
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:45 am
    The Real Cost of Owning a Pet Cute overload is a secret place I go to get my kitten fix. I am not a ‘cute’ person or girly or excited at the thought of babies but kittens are my Achilles heel. Their over sized paws, pathetic mewing, big eyes, tentative steps and their tiny ball of fur bodies just make my heart snap with longing. I dream of finding my perfect little ball of fur and bringing it home to live with me but reality forces me to be strong and resist. I live in a small apartment, I work, all the time, and quite frankly it’s all I can manage to keep myself fed and…
  • Five Renovations That Add Value To Your Home

    shelli
    21 Mar 2014 | 11:00 am
    Five Renovations That Add Value To Your Home Owning your own home – being the king of your own castle – considered to be the pinnacle of the average man’s achievement in our capitalist age. But what happens once you have bought your home? you obsess about the value – you want to now that you are shrewd, that you made a good purchase decision. Let’s face it you want to sit at the dinner party, glass of wine in hand, and smugly tell all your friends how much the value of your home has risen. We are so competitive and none more than when we are talking about our…
  • How Long Will It Take You To Earn 1 Million

    shelli
    21 Mar 2014 | 10:41 am
    How Long Will It Take You To Earn 1 Million How long will it take you to earn 1 million? Is it possible to ever work and save up to accumulate a million in cash? I know my addiction to mountain bikes, training kit and expensive shampoo eats up most of my reserves. But as long as I am out on the hills or in the pool I am happy. Not saying I wouldnt like a luxury villa in the South of France but we all swim in the same sea when it comes down to it. This interactive infographic is a basic income calculator which you feed your current salary (note this is in South African Rand) and it tells you…
  • The Disability Disconnect

    shelli
    21 Mar 2014 | 2:15 am
    The Disability Disconnect We work hard, we run our own businesses, we have very busy lives and feel like everything is hanging together by a thread. This is reality for the majority of working people – juggling exceedingly busy lives which seem to get more frantic every year. We take on mortgages that stretch us to the financial limit – we book holidays on our credit cards and keep our fingers crossed as a means of cash-flow and we want to buy our kids the latest trainers and computer games. Our income is essential and have you ever considered what would happen if your income…
  • Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

    shelli
    18 Mar 2014 | 3:11 am
    Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Unfortunately I cant drink coffee, caffeine sends me into blood sugar crashes, but I love coffee – it’s unbearable smelling the aroma of fresh ground beans and not being able to partake in one of the world’s most loved beverages. So I stick to my boring nettle tea and mineral water (its just not the same). Walking past specialist coffee shops is torture and watching all the happy people indulge in their beloved brew sucks – I feel excluded from the world’s biggest club. So it has to be said I am far from a coffee expert and it is…
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  • Can Tech Save Us From Global Warming?

    David
    8 Apr 2014 | 8:29 am
    Here is an infographic from a home heating oil company based in Ireland called Jones Oil about whether or not technology can save the planet […]The post Can Tech Save Us From Global Warming? appeared first on Infographic Gallery.
  • Men Vs Women Cleaning Trends

    David
    28 Mar 2014 | 7:15 am
    This interesting infographic provides information about men vs women when it comes to cleaning. The 1st part is called couples clashing over cleaning, the 2nd […]The post Men Vs Women Cleaning Trends appeared first on Infographic Gallery.
  • Poo Who Knew?

    David
    27 Mar 2014 | 10:33 am
    Today I have an infographic from the Birmingham based office cleaning company Cavalry Clean all about poo. The infographic includes information about 10 unlikely places […]The post Poo Who Knew? appeared first on Infographic Gallery.
  • Shockingly Expensive Homes in San Francisco

    David
    25 Mar 2014 | 8:55 am
    Here we have an infographic from SpareFoot.com about expensive luxury homes in San Francisco USA. These days, a one-bedroom apartment in the city easily fetches […]The post Shockingly Expensive Homes in San Francisco appeared first on Infographic Gallery.
  • Adults Under 30 Are Still Broke

    David
    25 Mar 2014 | 6:28 am
    Here is an infographic from the United States based financial advice website called Money Under 30 that provides information about people between the ages of […]The post Adults Under 30 Are Still Broke appeared first on Infographic Gallery.
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  • Guinness Global Journey [Video]

    Tiago Veloso
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Related posts: The Journey of BioCup [Vídeo] Journey to the Cloud [Video] Car buyer’s journey [Video]
  • This is Visual Journalism [62]

    Tiago Veloso
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Thursday is here, and that means it’s time for visual journalism! And before we move on to the weekly selection of infographics published in magazines and newspapers across the globe, we’d like to recommend an article that is too good to wait for the next Data Viz News. On visualjounalism.com, Gert K Nielsen posted the “10 reasons this infographic might not be the best in the world“, referring itself, as you’ve probably guessed, to this year’s Malofiej ‘Peter Sullivan Award’ for printed graphics winning piece, by the New York Times. We showed that work,…
  • The CIA In Numbers [Video]

    Tiago Veloso
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Related posts: Olympics in numbers [Video] Quora by the numbers [Video] Apple by the Numbers [Video]
  • Digital Cartography [50]

    Tiago Veloso
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
          Since 2000, the Internet has become the main organizing tool of the #Earth Day events, celebrated all over the world every year, on April 22. Yesterday wasn’t different, and our first pick of this Digital Cartography goes to an interactive map that could be seen as a perfect illustration of the digital engagement around this special date. This interactive map by Simon Rogers shows the geotagged Twitter conversation about Earth Day 2014, similar to what we’ve seen in other recent examples that Simon has been producing, since he joined Twitter as the Data…
  • Transforming Formula One [Video]

    Tiago Veloso
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:00 pm
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  • Innovations in the Newspaper Industry

    Brian
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:42 pm
    The digital age is upon us.  See how the newspaper industry is keeping up.  Check out this infographic for a timeline of newspaper innovations.
  • Don’t Lose Sleep Over Lost Data

    Brian
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:59 am
    Back up your data regularly so you can sleep better at night.  This infographic outlines the importance of backing up your data as well as how to do it.
  • Want to Become an Expert? Here’s How

    Brian
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:54 am
    It’s not as difficult as you might think to become an expert.  It just takes time.  This infographic outlines the steps to take.
  • Philosophy of Currency Explained

    Brian
    3 Apr 2014 | 9:44 am
    Out of all the things humans have dug out of the Earth, why is gold considered so valuable?  This infographic outlines the philosophy behind currency.
  • Help for Your Heat Treated Hair

    Brian
    3 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Styling tools can really damage your hair.  Some of them get as hot as 450 degrees!  This infographic explains how you are damaging your hair as well as how to prevent further damage in the future.
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  • How Twitter uses data visualization to track its complex workflows?

    shilpi
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:46 am
    This is the fifth post in our Data Visualization Spotlight series where we showcase how different organizations are using data visualization and analytics to solve their day to day problems. Known as “the SMS of the Internet”, this 140-character online social networking and micro blogging service revolutionized the way we connect with people online. As on September 2013, the company’s data showed that 200 million users send over 400 million tweets daily. At Twitter, they have to deal with massive data sets daily. To analyze these data sets, their engineers create complex workflows…
  • How MailChimp uses Big Data & Visualization to help users better segment and target their subscribers?

    shilpi
    15 Apr 2014 | 1:28 pm
    This is the fourth post in our Data Visualization Spotlight series where we showcase how different organizations are using data visualization and analytics to solve their day to day problems. What started off as a side project in 2001 is today used by more than 5 million people to create, send, and track email newsletters. From one man startups to Fortune 500 companies, about 6 billion emails get sent every month using MailChimp. With a focus on usability and good design, MailChimp is undeniably one of the world’s most popular email marketing service provider. [Related read: How design is…
  • How P&G uses Data Visualization to uncover new opportunities for growth?

    shilpi
    8 Apr 2014 | 11:39 pm
    This is the third post in our Data Visualization Spotlight series where we showcase how different organizations are using data visualization and analytics to solve their day to day problems. With several world famous brands like Pampers, Ariel, Gillette and Olay in its kitty, Procter & Gamble touches 4.4 billion people globally. P&G brands are available in more than 180 countries.  As the world’s largest consumer packaged goods company they have a lot of data. To maintain its global leadership status, P&G has to continuously keep a tab on market trends, respond rapidly to…
  • How Netflix plans to improve its Operational Visibility with Real-time Data Visualization?

    shilpi
    1 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    This is the second post in our Data Visualization Spotlight series where we showcase how different organizations are using data visualization and analytics to solve their day to day problems. In mid-March 2013, Netflix reported a global streaming subscriber list of 33 million. It increased to 36.3 million (29.2 million in U.S.) in April 2013. It had 40.4 million subscribers (31.2 million in U.S.) in September 2013.  By Q4 2013, it reported 33.1 million subscribers in U.S alone. With its subscriber list growing by leaps and bounds, Netflix faces the daunting task of supporting millions of…
  • How to Use the Gestalt Principles for Visual Storytelling #PoDV

    twain
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:11 am
    This is the fifth and final post in our series ‘Principles of Data Visualization’ #PoDV In the past few weeks we discussed the goals of data visualization, and how preattentive attributes and analytical patterns enable us to process visual information. However, when designing visualizations we often want to highlight certain aspects of the visual over others. In these cases, Gestalt’s Principles come in handy. Using the Gestalt Principles to Bring Out Patterns in Visualizations Gestalt principles describe how our mind organizes individual visual elements into groups, to make sense of…
 
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  • The Power (And Short History) Of Visualization #infographic

    pemmanuele
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:17 am
    Blame the cave painters! Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014 Follow
  • Google’s Project Tango Is Going Into Space: Video

    pemmanuele
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:15 am
    Just two months after Google announced Project Tango — an experimental Android-powered smartphone with 3D sensors — its Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team is working to get a prototype inside the International Space Station to assist NASA astronauts with chores and tasks. The 5-inch smartphone, which comes with 3D-tracking and mapping capabilities via its camera, will be attached to a robot (on a robotic platform called NASA Spheres) with the ability to navigate the station. The Spheres robots will work in zero-gravity and help those on board the International Space Station.
  • How Americans Die

    pemmanuele
    22 Apr 2014 | 5:31 am
    A well constructed interactive infographic that illustrates, among other things, the toll AIDS took on a single age cohort in the 1980′s. by bloombergvisualdata.Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014 Follow
  • #Coachella Bands and Brands

    pemmanuele
    21 Apr 2014 | 5:26 am
    Trying really hard, and failing, to not sound an old man and decry the commercialization of music. Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014 Follow
  • A Good Argument for M-Web vs. App Experiences: #infographic

    pemmanuele
    18 Apr 2014 | 6:21 am
    While promoting m-web vs. app approach is clearly not the purpose of this infographic, several of the issues outlined point to the superiority of m-web or hybrid experiences. Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.   Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014 Follow
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  • Let Your Infographics Go Viral Faster

    admin
    22 Apr 2014 | 3:21 am
      For a student sitting in the class, nothing can be as monotonous as poring over fat textbooks and simply listening to the lectures. Now the entire thing would become far more interesting only if they could be taught the entire thing in visual mode. This means that the visual mode has been found to be a lot more successful in attracting people than the mere text. This same theory can be applied to the arena of marketing as well. Customers find the visual mode to hold a lot more appeal than mere text. And it is on this theory that the entire Infographics stands on.   Infographics…
  • Allow Big Data Analytics to Change the Face of Your Marketing Strategy

    admin
    19 Apr 2014 | 2:23 am
      The digital revolution has led to the refashioning of each and every walk of life that one could imagine- right from building relationships to marketing. No more can entrepreneurs rely solely on the ways of traditional marketing to win the game. Online marketing has taken over the groove completely. Big data analytics can be counted as being one of the many strategies that enterprises are coming up with to stay ahead in the online marketing race.   Big Data and Marketing Before we delve any further into the entire business of big data and the position that it holds in the entire…
  • Are You Running A Successful PPC Campaign?- 5 Mistakes That You Need To Avoid

    admin
    11 Apr 2014 | 11:43 pm
      The website of an organisation can be said to be the one stop location for potential customers, for all the information related to the products and services of a particular organisation. In such a scenario, it is quite obvious that directing the website traffic to website is the most important requirement for pushing the sales figure higher. And helping entrepreneurs achieve this for some time now is the PPC Campaign.   What Is The PPC Or Pay Per Click All About?   The basic concept behind PPC Campaign or Pay per Click advertising is pretty simple- people advertising for…
  • Steps to create Prosperous Infographics and share in Social Media, leading to its success

    admin
    5 Apr 2014 | 2:06 am
      The Visual communication is more appealing than words. In fact it creates a much more long lasting impact on a viewer’s mind than mere text. Today, transitory and temporary services are provided by the exploding social networks. We all know the importance of images and photos to drive the knack of sharing on social media sites like Facebook and so on. It’s human nature to be attracted towards anything that is more pictorial thus helping them to grab the message most easily. That is why, the creation of Infographics and the sharing of the same via social media, has exploded in…
  • Succeed In Your Email Marketing Campaign- Build a Clean Email List

    admin
    29 Mar 2014 | 12:28 am
      What is that one aspect that you have to bear in mind as an entrepreneur if you have to push up your sales figure? Marketing, of course. It is that one aspect of entrepreneurship that you cannot simply overlook. And with the tech savvy population taking over the mettle everywhere, it is not at all surprising that virtual marketing has become one of the dominating aspects of the entire deal.   Importance of Email List Online marketing has been going strong for quite a while now. And among the many avenues of digital marketing that one could come across, email marketing has gained…
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    infographicszone.com

  • DIY Car Cleaning

    admin
    8 Apr 2014 | 1:32 am
    A car is a valuable asset and is one that should be kept in as good condition as possible while in your possession. There are a number of reasons for this. Firstly, keeping the car in good condition will mean that you will prolong its life therefore saving you money in the long run. Secondly, it will add to the resale value if the appearance of the car is well maintained and thirdly, your car will be a source of pride for you if it looks well. There are a multitude of outlets out there that will clean your car for you and will do so really comprehensively. However this will come at a cost.
  • Vive la France – Discover Paris

    admin
    6 Apr 2014 | 9:08 am
    Have you ever wondered how many restaurants there are in Paris or indeed how many Cabarets? Find the answers to this and much more on our mini guide to Paris. (Click on the image for full view) Source: Accor hotels
  • Importance of Body Language in Business

    admin
    1 Apr 2014 | 8:38 am
    Communicating effectively in business situations can be tricky, it’s hard enough making sure that the words that are coming out of your mouth are clear, concise and communicate the message you want to get across – but your body can actually speak louder than your mouth, even when you don’t want it to. This infographic, put together by Gengo, takes an interesting look at ten different scenarios where body language is key for effective, authoritative communication in a business setting that will help persuade whoever you are talking to. Humans can produce over 5,000 distinct…
  • World 2013 Series Championship: Boston Red Sox

    admin
    28 Mar 2014 | 5:27 am
    To celebrate the new 2013 World Series Champions, the Boston Red Sox, Market Domination Media created this infographic. It shows the postseason path the Red Sox took in the playoffs to bring Boston their 3rd World Series Championship in the past 10 years. It was also the first time that the Red Sox have clinched a World Series title at home in Fenway Park in close to 100 years! It was a very nice end to a long season for many reasons. First, the city of Boston experienced the horrible bombings at the marathon earlier in the year so the championship was extra special for the city in such a…
  • About best dance videos on YouTube

    admin
    27 Mar 2014 | 10:44 am
    If your idea of YouTube as a place for watching movies, clips, advertisement and funny things and show business news,  so you are very mistaken, merely because there are a lots of dancing techniques. These methods of video training could   become extremely helpful for individuals who are unable to dance and feel discomfort at disco gatherings.  Actually, knowing some interesting dance moves shall be pleasant for anyone. This records contains the best dance videos on YouTube, so look at and employ it. (Click on the image for full view) Source: About best dance videos on YouTube
 
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    News by Design

  • Ikea is a maze

    Ben Harrow
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:01 am
    A stat for you – 89% of people have gotten lost in Ikea. … that isn’t a real statistic. But the wonderful people of Sweden must like themselves a maze, as the iconic store of their great nation is designed more effectively than the labyrinth. On that note, I’d also put solid 2-1 odds and an item, within Ikea, being called a ‘minotaur’. It’s probably a shelf.   The post Ikea is a maze appeared first on News by Design.
  • Heartbleed Super Post!

    Grant Bailey
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:01 am
    It’s fair to say that the Heartbleed virus has caused quite a stir in global media this week. High profile sites like Facebook, Youtube and Instagram were hit, and users were instructed from countless news sites to change their passwords to protect their data. Though Heartbleed remains a threat the dust has begun to settle. It’s time to take a minute to understand what’s going on, what Heartbleed is and what you need to do to defend against it. Heartbleed is essentially an exploitation within OpenSSL code (an open source encryption language used across the web). It creates a…
  • Even Crayola have favourite colours

    Ben Harrow
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:54 am
    According to a Crayola survey, most of America’s favourite colours were in the blue spectrum – but they have a tendency to actually favour the red side of life. Vizual Statistix, in plotting the RGB values of each crayon in the standard 120 crayon deck, revealed that Crayola tend to be heavy on the red, and a little light on the blue. Blue will definitely be feeling blue when it hears this news. The post Even Crayola have favourite colours appeared first on News by Design.
  • Mums and Mealtimes

    Grant Bailey
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:26 am
    Feeding a family is no easy task. It’s a delicate balancing act between flavour, nutrition and budget that most mums just have a knack for. This infographic, which was created for Wholegrain Goodness by the lovely design team at Drench, breaks down the priorities of the nation’s mums when it comes to mealtime. Finding something everyone will eat tops our list of priorities, while almost half of mums are secret health ninjas, sneaking fruit and veg into meals so the family gets their daily allowance. That isn’t the only thing mums are doing to try and improve household…
  • The life of a Tsunami

    Grant Bailey
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:36 am
    From point of origin to touchdown on land, a Tsunami is all bad news. Most Tsunamis start with undersea earthquakes that, on the surface, only cause waves  between 0.01 and 5m high. But from small beginnings the wave grows  and gathers power, reaching a wall of water up to 50m high by the time it hits the coast. Deadly. This height was achieved in 2004 when a Tsunami hit Indonesia, causing widespread destruction and the loss of 227,898 lives, originating from  a 9 magnitude earthquake. It’s a grave subject matter, but to the credit of Rianovosti, they’ve made this powerful…
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  • Craft The Perfect Beer Label With These Design Tips!

    admin
    28 Mar 2014 | 12:56 pm
    With the beer industry booming, not only does your beer have to appeal to the taste buds, it’s also got to appeal to the eyes. So how do you make your beer stand out on the shelf amongst its competition? 99designs’ newest infographic emphasizes key design tips for that perfect beer label for your beloved brew. The post Craft The Perfect Beer Label With These Design Tips! appeared first on Infographic Hoarders.
  • St. Patrick’s Day!

    admin
    14 Mar 2014 | 2:08 pm
    St. Patrick’s Day is just a few days away, and to get in the spirit, here is everything you need to know to have the best St. Patrick’s Day. From learning how to cook up the best Corned Beef & Cabbage, to pouring the perfect pint of Guinness, your St. Paddy’s day will be filled with food, and fun. For those who are looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, you can go to Chicago to watch as they dye the Chicago River green with vegetable dye, or to Boston to see the oldest St. Patrick’s Day Parade or head on over to New York City to be one of the 2…
  • Valentines Day Gifting

    admin
    18 Feb 2014 | 10:10 am
    It’s supposedly the most romantic day of the year which means gifts a-plenty and cupid’s arrows on auto-fire. But whether its finger bling or flowers, have you ever wondered what it all means? And more importantly, in the cross-pond battle of the sexes, who spends the most in the pursuit of lurrve? Check out this Valentines Day Infographic by FitFlop for the full scoop! The post Valentines Day Gifting appeared first on Infographic Hoarders.
  • How Green Initiatives Helped Form Today’s Paint

    admin
    22 Jan 2014 | 12:13 pm
    When it comes to buying paint today, you can rest assured knowing that harmful contaminants are nearly non-existent, thanks to Low VOC and Zero VOC (organic compound under 5 grams per liter). Not only have paint producers become more responsible, so too have painter and homeowners alike, by properly disposing of or donating unused paint and recycling containers. Check out this infographic created by CBP of Arizona to learn more! The post How Green Initiatives Helped Form Today’s Paint appeared first on Infographic Hoarders.
  • How to Prepare your Boat for Winter

    admin
    14 Jan 2014 | 12:34 pm
    The winter season is upon us, and if you haven’t taken your boat out of the water yet then it’s likely time to do so. But storing your boat for the winter isn’t as simple as pulling it out of the water and hauling it into your backyard. Both winter weather conditions and long periods of storage can put wear and tear on your boat, and can end up causing your boat to require costly repairs and painstaking maintenance once spring and summer roll back around. The following infographic details the steps you can take to ensure that your boat is prepared for its time in storage during these…
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  • PULSE: Issue 28: Baseball & A City

    admin
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:32 pm
    4.17.2014 PULSE: Issue 28: Baseball & A City     After being 1 of 200 hand-picked attendees asked to join ORD Camp 2014, PDT's Prototyping Director, David Carhart, developed a sculpture to share at the event. He named it CityPulse. The end result reflects a unique mind that considers the creative and technological aspects of development and merges industrial design, prototyping, electronics and engineering prowess. See his concept and how he made it a reality in this article and video. Finding the Five Tool Player offers tips to help in the process of choosing a consulting firm.
  • You Need a War Room for your Development Project

    admin
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:50 am
    04.07.2014 You Need a Product Development War Room Does your design team have a war room where they can fully immerse themselves in a project? Do they have a place to all go to think out loud, load with works in progress and post pieces of inspiration, ideas and notes? They should. Google Ventures explains why in this Co.Design article. What you need to know about war rooms and why they’re so important: - They leverage the fact that our spatial memory is much stronger than our short-term memory by giving a place for project information to live. - They give us a way to organize ideas…
  • PDT Participating in FUSE Conference in Chicago April 7-9

    admin
    7 Apr 2014 | 7:26 am
    4.7.2014 PDT Attending FUSE Brand Strategy & Design     PDT is participating in the 18th annual FUSE Conference April 7-9 in Chicago, IL. The conference aims to unite brand strategists and designers, trend hunters and culture curators, to celebrate a collaborative approach to building more meaningful brands. The PDT team is looking forward to participating in discussions about graphic design, industrial design, experience design, digital communications, interactive design & social media, brand strategy, trends, culture and more. To connect with our team, send us an email.
  • PDT Earns 2014 ADEX Awards

    admin
    3 Apr 2014 | 12:50 pm
    4.4.2014 PDT Earns 2014 ADEX Awards     CHICAGO—April 4, 2014—Product Development Technologies (PDT), a global, full-service product development firm, announced today that it has been awarded two 2014 ADEX Awards for Design Excellence and PDT’s partner company, Telefonix, Inc. earned one. PDT partnered with clients to develop products that have earned ADEX awards for their outstanding form, function and fitness for a particular purpose. PDT’s designs for Life Fitness Discover User Interface (Platinum), Walnut Media MP50 (Gold) and Telefonix’s design for…
  • PULSE: Issue 27: Trends from the 2014 Chicago Auto Show

    admin
    21 Mar 2014 | 11:30 am
    3.22.2014 PULSE: Issue 27: Trends from The 2014 Chicago Auto Show     This year, our team scoured the Chicago Auto Show in search of design and technology trends that may translate into inspiration for our ongoing product design and development activities. This report details some of the most notable finds, from expanded connectivity to brilliant colors to expressive lighting. Click here to read the report.
 
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  • #Banksygraphic – Banksy Artwork Infographic

    Mantas Malukas
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:38 pm
    Banksy began as a freehand graffiti artist in early 1990s. He was first noticed for his graffiti art in London and Bristol. Banksy art features stencils with humorous images often with slogans. You can say that Banksy artist usually conveys messages that are anti-war, anti-capitalist and anti-establishment. In any Banksy print you will find subjects… (Read more...) Categories: Daily Infographics Data visualization Infographic Design and Marketing Tags: artbanksyinfographic blog Infographic Templates & Infographics Design - TechInfographics.com#Banksygraphic – Banksy Artwork…
  • 15 Beautifully Designed and Inspirational Infographics

    Mantas Malukas
    21 Apr 2014 | 1:45 pm
    Whether it’s the latest Apple product or the presentation of your food at a fancy restaurant, humans just seem to love things that are beautifully designed.And the same goes for infographics. If you’re not presenting your visitors with an attractive infographic design and packaging your products nicely, you’re definitely leaving money on the table. Graphic… (Read more...) Categories: Daily Infographics Data visualization Infographic Design and Marketing Infographic Templates Blog Tags: Designdesign infographicdesign trendsflat design infographicgraphic designinfographic…
  • World Cup 2014 Infographic – All you need to know

    Mantas Malukas
    21 Apr 2014 | 10:36 am
    FIFA world cup 2014 Brazil is just around the corner. Today we are sharing awesome world cup 2014 infographic. It is simply outstanding piece of graphic visualization to share with your friends. All 2014 World Cup national football teams, key players, team strength indicators, predictions and much more in one single infographic – Bem Vindo… (Read more...) Categories: Daily Infographics Data visualization Infographic Design and Marketing Infographic Templates Blog Tags: infographic bloginfographic templatesworld cup 2014 Infographic Templates & Infographics Design -…
  • Infographic of the Online Video Impact in 2014 – Facts and Statistics

    Mantas Malukas
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:53 am
    More and more viewers are using iPads, mobile devices and their laptops to watch their favorite shows and videos online. In order for brands to compete, video-marketing strategies must be included in your 2014 marketing mix. If you have any doubts, facts and statistics shown in this online video infographic of 2014 , will help… (Read more...) Categories: Daily Infographics Data visualization Infographic Design and Marketing Infographic Templates Blog Tags: factsInfographic Design and Marketingmobile marketing infographiconline video infographicsocial marketing campaignstatistics…
  • Adobe AE Infographic Tutorial – How to create Pie Charts and Circles

    Mantas Malukas
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:42 am
    Pie Charts and circles are one of the essential elements creating infographics in Adobe After Effects. They are really useful to show percentages, volumes, number of units and so fort. Pie Charts are a really good way to show relative sizes: it is easy to see which objects are most liked, and which are least… (Read more...) Categories: How to Infographic software for Mac & PC Video Infographic Tags: adobe aeadobe after effectsadobe after effects infographic templatesadobe after effects infographicshow tohow to createhow to create infographicinfographic tutorialtutorial Infographic…
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  • Mashero Adds Location Data to Dynamic Ad Toolkit

    Rob Friedman
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:21 am
    Mashero, a leading German-based advertising creative platform, has deployed NetAcuity EdgeTM hyperlocal geolocation technology to improve real-time advertising optimization. Mashero has integrated location data into its targAdComposer suite, software that enables advertisers to produce and optimize their advertising creatives based on real-time performance. Combining user location as a targeting criterion, with factors such as store proximity and local weather conditions, allows marketers to create advertising that connects with consumers in a meaningful way-increasing impact and performance.
  • Fore! TeeOff.com to Deliver Course Recommendations Based on Golfers’ Locations

    Rob Friedman
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:55 am
    When the weather turns warmer and the days grow longer, golfers have one thing on their minds: Get out on the course as soon as possible. EZLinks Golf Inc., a pioneer in online reservations and tee time services, is making it easier and quicker for players around the world to schedule a round of golf through TeeOff.com by providing them with personalized course recommendations based on their geographic locations-a new capability powered by NetAcuity Edge IP geolocation solution. “TeeOff.com is focused on making it easier for golfers to find and book their next tee times,” said…
  • Flashtalking Boosts Worldwide User Analysis and Advertising with IP Data

    Rob Friedman
    2 Apr 2014 | 6:14 am
    Flashtalking, a leading ad serving, measuring and technology company, integrated NetAcuity EdgeTM hyperlocal geolocation technology into its ad server and dynamic advertising platforms, fusing a user’s online behavior to geographic location and tailoring advertisements to individual users. This approach considerably increases online advertising relevance, response and revenues. In addition, Flashtalking has incorporated IP geolocation into its digital analytics suite to better understand users’ behaviors and facilitate accurate post-campaign reporting for clients. “Providing…
  • Happy Birthday to Us

    Rob Friedman
    20 Mar 2014 | 6:28 am
    It’s Digital Element’s birthday! We’re celebrating 15 years of successfully providing solutions for many of the world’s largest websites, brands, publishers, ad networks and social media platforms. That’s more than a decade of delivering the “Power of Where” for the Internet’s Who’s Who. During the years, we’ve seen many technology companies come and go so I’m very proud of the way everyone behind Digital Element has worked to innovate and grow our solutions for the online marketplace as it continues to change at the speed of…
  • eXelate Makes Smart Data Platform Even Smarter with Hyperlocal IP Geolocation

    Rob Friedman
    18 Mar 2014 | 3:28 am
    eXelate’s smart data platform provides accurate, actionable, agile data and analytics on online household demographics, purchase intent, and behavioral propensities. Through the collection of trillions of directly measured online data points and distribution partnerships with information leaders such as Nielsen, Nielsen Catalina, MasterCard Advisors, Bizo, and more, eXelate makes online, offline, and custom modeled data sets actionable across 800 million online consumers worldwide. Now the global leader in smart data and analytics is addingNetAcuity EdgeTM hyperlocal geolocation…
 
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  • Origin Of The Common User Interface Symbols

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    24 Apr 2014 | 10:30 pm
      In our everyday life, we use a lot of symbols . especially when we are using anything electronic or technological. But most of us do not actually stop and think of all the symbols that are used, that with just one small icon explains a lot, starting from their meaning to how to use them; or even of their origins and how they came about to be used for the thing they are used for. For instance, it is ofcourse not known by many that the power symbol that is seen plastered on T-shirts and many many other things these days actually was actually brought out by the…
  • The Spped Of Language

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    24 Apr 2014 | 7:30 pm
      Language, for any living human being, is like an identity marker that he carries with his everywhere he goes. It not only allows him to communicate his ideas and learn from others, it also helps in in expressing his innermost, most deepest feeling to the people around him. But when you look into the technicalities of language, it will be seen that while some languages when spoken sound quite slow, there are yet other that would make you seem like the person talking is actually running a train with his tongue. For instance, Japanese might sound faster than German and Spanish might sound…
  • 100 Years of Change

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    24 Apr 2014 | 4:30 pm
      Change is inevitable to the nature of man and in the past 100 years, quite a lot of things have changed in the way Americans lived then and their style of living in recent times. Where in the year 1913, the average individual income of an american was $800, a century later, in 2013, the same has gone by almost $25, 564. Unemployment rate in 1913 was 6.6% while a 100 years later, now it has only increased by 1% and stand at 7.6%.   At the home front too, a lot of things have changed, for instance where the number of family members would be an average of 4.52 in 1913, now most…
  • The World’s Best Chocolate Bar

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    24 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    There is hardly anyone on the face of this earth who have never had the opportunity to taste chocolate and fall in love with it. When a bar of sin melts in your mouth, for most it is an experience akin to being in heaven and they is actually nothing wrong with this analogy. Thanks to the Mayans who first cultivated the Cacao Tree in 600 AD and to the spanish explorer Hernan Cortez who brought the recipe to the new world, that we now have the chance of tasting chocolate in a variety of flavours. While the Europeans loved their chocolate unadulterated and bitter, it was actually the Americans…
  • The European Internet Users

    AT_Internet
    24 Apr 2014 | 10:30 am
      The world over, internet has been taking over the free space and time in the lives of all those who have had an opportunity to know it and experience its pull. But then, every user is an individual who have their own similarities and differences in the way that they operate the internet. Those internet users from the European countries of France, Germany, Spain and United Kingdom have been found to be not just different in their culture and traditions but also in their internet usage. And in all of these, the Spanish users stand out, when their use of the internet is studied on a daily…
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  • Alan Turing

    Mainak Banerjee
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:41 am
    Alan Turing is a legend – a key figure in British history. The father of computer science, and one of the greatest mathematicians of history. Read on this interesting infographic to discover the life and achievements of Alan Turing - from his adventures with the enigma machine and wartime code breaking at Bletchley Park, to […]
  • Infographic: Science of Gay

    Mainak Banerjee
    22 Apr 2014 | 9:32 am
    Heterosexuality isn't a choice and not found only in humans. This infographic brings to you some science to back that up.
  • Celebrating Earth Day 2014

    Mainak Banerjee
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:22 am
    To honor this great day - Earth Day, Strauss group put together some interesting facts in this infographic. Know how can we recycle desert cups and salty snack packs.
  • How to Select a Great MBA Program?

    Mainak Banerjee
    19 Apr 2014 | 5:43 am
    For most of us who ever have been or intend to attend graduate school, great dedication is required in the pursuit of a high-ranking degree. In the US, there are tons of great graduate programs out there that it almost becomes difficult to choose from. From Rice University in Houston to The Ohio State University […]
  • Infographic: How To Build Our Backyard Chicken Coop

    Mainak Banerjee
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:59 am
    Henhouse Magazine is a great place for urban chicken enthusiasts. Here in this infographic you'll see how to build your own chicken coop.
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  • The Four-Step Game Plan to Combat Facebook’s Declining Organic Reach - infographic

    24 Apr 2014 | 2:01 am
    Social media managers and marketing agencies got some rough news earlier this year when changes to Facebook’s algorithm dramatically reduced the organic reach of brands’ Facebook pages. While this reduced reach is already yesterday’s news, how to overcome this sudden shrinking of a company’s social media presence is not. Brands are struggling to figure out how to continue to connect and engage social media users in an era where their messages don’t automatically appear in thousands or millions of Facebook fans’ news feeds.Offerpop, a worldwide marketing software company, has…
  • How Much Data Is Generated On Social Media Every Minute - infographic

    24 Apr 2014 | 1:14 am
    Data is being created every day without us even noticing it. Given how much information is floating around these days, it's tempting to talk about big data only in terms of size. Big data describes the massive avalanche of digital activity pulsating through cables and airwaves, but it also describes all the things were never able to measure before. With every stats we share, every article we read or every photo we upload, we are creating a digital trail that tells a story. The below infographic created by, Domo team takes a closer look at how much data is generated in one minute on social…
  • The Landscape of Social Login: Facebook Soars, Google+ Steady, Yahoo Sinks - infographic

    23 Apr 2014 | 10:30 pm
    When it comes to consumer social login preferences, Facebook maintained a majority of all logins, while Google/G+ remained strong and Yahoo continued to uh-ohed, according to the Q1 (January - March) 2014 report from Gigya.Facebook maintained its strong lead in mobile login in Q1 (62 percent), and Google/GPlus held onto a strong portion of logins as well (26 percent). Gigya expects Google/Google+ logins to increase in mobile as Android devices evolve to include seamless Google/GooglePlus authentication into native apps.Take a look at this infographic showing how consumers used Social Logins…
  • How Social Media is Influencing Insurance Company Practices

    23 Apr 2014 | 4:24 am
    Social media and insurance? What’s the connection between the two? - You may ask. Who would follow an insurance company or like their statuses? But it’s not just friends or followers that are attracting major insurance companies with these websites and impacting their business practices. Dig a little deeper and you’ll find that insurers have hugely benefited from integrating the use of social media in their practices. Reason: Access to these data-rich websites makes it simpler for them to market their services and weigh the risks of prospective clients. The potential value of social…
  • Social Media Scorecard 2014 - Facebook “Most Marketing Friendly” Social Platform - infographic

    22 Apr 2014 | 10:53 pm
    Which social networking sites have the best targeting tools? Which ones are the best for campaign performance?DMA polled 171 UK marketers and asked them to mark each site out of 10 in three key areas: campaign planning, execution and optimization.The scorecard provides a unique insight into what marketers think of the tools on offer and where social media sites need to improve.Some key stats are:Facebook best for campaign planning, while LinkedIn is best tool for targeting individual users, scoring 5.1 out of 10.Twitter and Facebook excel in campaign execution, with 4.5 out of 10. While,…
 
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  • The Death of the Bachelor's Degree [Infographic]

    24 Apr 2014 | 12:30 pm
    A Bachelor’s Degree is almost a must-have in today’s job market, but even that may not be enough anymore. You may want to consider getting a Master’s Degree to bolster your qualifications. If you already have a Bachelor’s in Computer Science, Economics, or Accounting, chances are you’ll be fine. But if your Bachelor’s is in History, English, or the Performing Arts, you may need a Master’s just to be employable.  Start by considering your costs.  Public universities are much more affordable than private ones for a Bachelor's degree, and that savings can really make a…
  • Let the Kids Play! #infographic

    24 Apr 2014 | 11:34 am
    Playing outside is crucial to a child’s development, both physical and cognitive. There are lessons you learn running wild with a group of your peers that you just can’t learn in a structured environment. Learning to negotiate, resolve conflicts, and be a leader are all lessons that have to be learned from experience. Unfortunately, many parents and schools are doing away with free play in favor of structured or scheduled play time. At best, this trend has contributed to the increase in childhood obesity. Not offering kids a chance to play freely with their peers is harmful to their…
  • What Millennials Need To Know Before Applying To Grad School #infographic

    24 Apr 2014 | 11:24 am
    Wages for college graduates have stagnated in recent years. Many Millennials are opting out of the workforce and waiting for the economic environment to reverse by instead working to earn a graduate degree. Unfortunately, many of them aren’t aware of what it takes to earn a graduate degree, both during grad school and for years after.Undergraduate degrees are expensive, but a graduate degree can cost even more.  It’s important to choose the right career path, but it’s equally important to make sure you're not overpaying for your career. If you’re in debt for a bachelor’s in…
  • Why Employee vs. Independent Contractor Classification Matters #infographic

    24 Apr 2014 | 11:11 am
    Employee classification matters more than you might think for business owners both large and small. This is also important for employees as well as how you are classified is important both because of pay and benefits. Wunderland has crafted an infographic for both employees and employers that covers both the risk and the rewards of the job classifications of employee vs. independent contractor. The graphic covers the differences between being classified as both an independent contractor and an  employee. It also covers the risks that come along with improper job classification. This is…
  • Cracking the Code: The Rising Popularity of Computer Programming #infographic

    24 Apr 2014 | 10:56 am
    The need for computer programmers is growing exponentially in the United States, outpacing growth in most other sectors.  Currently, only 2.4% of college graduates are earning degrees in computer science.  Unfortunately if this pace keeps up, we will only meet 30% of the demand in the next several years.  This means these well-paying and in-demand jobs will be shipped overseas.If you’re deciding what to do with your life, consider a career in computer programming or a related field.  The demand for these jobs is only going to rise for the foreseeable future, and the current trends…
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  • 50 Incredible Facts About Water

    David Eaves
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:29 pm
    Here I have got an interesting infographic from a UK based water purification site called Aquatec that provides 50 incredible facts about water. The infographic is broken down into different parts including space & earth, World, mountains, rivers & lakes and more: Infographic by Aquatec
  • Tech Startups and Major League Baseball

    David Eaves
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:50 am
    Today I have a well designed infographic from a website called GreenPal that compares starting a tech company to getting started in baseball. The top of the infographic compares coming up with an idea and talking about it with your friends and family to playing tee ball and it goes on from there. Infographic by GreenPal
  • Water Saving Tips from Build.com

    David Eaves
    11 Apr 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Today I have an excellent infographic from the smarter home improvement website called Build.com all about saving water. The 1st part of the infographic provides statistics about water, including information about the amount of water in the World that is drinkable and the amounts that the average US household uses in a day. The bottom part of the infographic gives 10 ways to conserve water. Infographic by Build.com
  • 7 of the Best Mountain Biking Resorts in the Alps

    David Eaves
    10 Apr 2014 | 4:46 am
    Today I have an infographic from the active holidays website called Alpine Elements all about the top mountain bike resorts in the beautiful French Alps. Resorts featured in the infographic include Morzine, Alp D’Huez, Les Gets and more. Infographic from Alpine Elements
  • Can Tech Save Us From Global Warming?

    David Eaves
    8 Apr 2014 | 6:19 am
    Here we have an infographic from a website based in Ireland called Jones Oil that gives information about different technology projects that could save the World from global warming. The infographic includes sections about space projects, atmospheric projects and earth projects. Infographic by Jones Oil
 
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  • Infographic What Makes Iron Man Unbreakable?

    Hanif Azwar
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:57 pm
    Infographic What Makes Iron Man Unbreakable? Overview Data based on the Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Pictures film Iron Man 3. The newest version is Mark 42, otherwise known as MK XLII — the 42nd Iron Man suit created by Tony Stark. The Helmet A retractable visor delivers a holographic, augmented-reality display to the wearer. The features of the helmet resemble a human face, with eyepieces and a mouth slit. The Mark VIII suit (a previous version) has a smoother face-mask. The Suit A powered exoskeleton made from an advanced titanium alloy and reinforced with silicon-infused steel with a…
  • Infographic What Makes Wolverine Unbreakable?

    Hanif Azwar
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:24 pm
    Infographic What Makes Wolverine Unbreakable? Overview Extremely durable, metal-lined skeleton with razor-sharp adamantium claws. Wolverine possesses mutant regenerative powers. He should avoid large magnets or magnet-enabled supervillains. Adamantium A fictitious, virtually indestructible steel alloy named after the fabled metal “adamantine” of Greek mythology, created in the 1960s. The material is bonded to Wolverine’s skeleton and to his six bone claws (three on each hand). He carries a total of 100 lbs of adamantium on his body, which brings his total weight to 300 lbs. » How…
  • Infographic What Makes Batman Unbreakable?

    Hanif Azwar
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:55 pm
    Infographic What Makes Batman Unbreakable? Overview Batman’s suit is flexible, fire resistant and mostly protective. He should avoid bullets to the head. Armor Hardened Kevlar plates over titanium-dipped tri-weave fibers for flexibility. Batsuit *Data based on the batsuits portrayed in the Christopher Nolan films Batman Begins and The Dark Knight » First layer: Nomex undersuit: built-in temperature regulators designed to keep the wearer at a comfortable temperature in almost any condition. » Nomex is an inherently flame-resistant aromatic polyamide fiber developed by DuPont in the 1960s.
  • Infographic A Brief Timeline of TV Advertising

    Hanif Azwar
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:38 am
    Infographic A Brief Timeline of TV Advertising The first advert is broadcast in America (1941) The first television advertisement was broadcast in the United States on July 1, 1941 and watchmaker Bulova paid $9 for the privilege to have their product advertised on WNBT between a baseball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies. ITV broadcasts the first advert in UK (1955) Television advertising begins in Britain on 22nd September 1955 and was for Gibbs SR toothpaste. The BBC managed to steal the newspaper headlines by killing off Grace Archer in The Archers’. The…
  • Infographic 5 Car Parts That Are Ideal For Recycling

    Hanif Azwar
    21 Apr 2014 | 6:25 am
    Infographic 5 Car Parts That Are Ideal For Recycling 1. Plastics Virtually no plastics were part of cars in the 1950s. Today more than 120 kilograms of the stuff is on board In the form of bumpers, dashboards and even gear knobs. 2. Batteries Automotive batteries have a 90% recyclinq rate within the UK – as opposed to that of all other battery types which stands at just 27.7%. 3. Tyres As a mix of rubber hydrocarbon sulphur and zinc oxide amongst other compounds there’s no end to what tyres can be recycled for – such as retreading purposes or as the child proof mulch…
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