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  • Infographic: Shining a Light on Light Pollution

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    Lucy
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:59 pm
    Click to Enlarge Via Nature Bright View Other Infographics Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via Nature Bright View Other Infographics Nature Bright submitted this infographic along with a description: Light pollution is the excess light that gets sent skyward from urban areas and residential neighborhoods. Light pollution affects living organisms in a variety of ways, mainly by disrupting circadian rhythms, resulting in sleep and other health issues. This…
  • Infographic: Top 7 Travel Destinations in the World

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    Lucy
    14 Jul 2015 | 9:32 am
    Click to Enlarge Via VoucherBin View Other Infographics Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook <br /> <div align=”center”><a href=”http://submitinfographics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/voucherbin-infographic-top-travel-destinations-in-the-world.jpg” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://submitinfographics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/voucherbin-infographic-top-travel-destinations-in-the-world.jpg”…
  • The Chemistry of Ice Cream {Infographic}

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    cyrus
    25 Jul 2015 | 6:43 am
    Ice cream is not exactly great for our health, but many of us need to have some during summer. Have you ever wondered about the chemistry of ice cream? This infographic from Compound Chem covers that: The post The Chemistry of Ice Cream {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • Eating Habits for More Energy {Infographic}

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    cyrus
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:39 am
    We all would love to have more energy throughout the day to get work done. You can’t do that if you don’t eat right. This infographic from Atkins covers how you can change your eating habits to have more energy throughout the day: The post Eating Habits for More Energy {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • How To Pick Your 1st Programming Language? {Infographic}

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    cyrus
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:40 am
    Learning how to code is always a great idea in this day and age. But how do you go about choosing your first programming language? This infographic from Udacity helps you figure that out: The post How To Pick Your 1st Programming Language? {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
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    Cool Infographics

  • A History of Cell Phones and Cellphone Technology

    Randy
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Cellphone Technology has come a long way since the 80's. A History of Cell Phones and Cellphone Technology infographic from Lyca Mobile covers each generation of Cell Phones and adds some fun facts along the way. How many different generations have you owned? This infographic covers the history of cell phones and cellphone technology from the 1st generation of cell phones in the 80’s to current high-speed 4G networks.  There has been a lot of different cellphones since the 1980's; however, the infographic chose to separate the cellphones by broadband generations and then…
  • Largest Company by Revenue in Each State 2015

    Randy
    28 Jul 2015 | 8:36 am
    The Largest Company by Revenue in Each State 2015 map was created by Broadview Networks by using Hoover’s, a D&B Company's data. Even though there might be "bigger" companies in each state than the ones represented, the map is specifically looking at the greatest amount of revenue from the 2015 financial year. You may have seen the Largest Companies by Revenue map we put together in June of last year, well we’re back with an updated version using Hoover’s 2015 data.  Last year’s map created so much buzz and insightful conversation that…
  • Robert Scoble's 22 Tips for Improving Your Facebook Feed

    Randy
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:54 am
    Robert Scoble's 22 Tips for Improving Your Facebook Feed infographic from Joel Comm is a great summary of making your own Facebook feed useful. We all lead busy lives, but sometimes it's worth stepping back and making sure your tools are working for you the best way they can. A few weeks ago, Robert Scoble published 22 tips for making your facebook feed better. It was some of the best, time-tested content I had read on the subject. I was so impressed that I created an infographic in order to spread his tips. With Scoble's permission, here are his 22 tips. Be sure to go to his page…
  • Beautiful Map Posters of Anywhere

    Randy
    20 Jul 2015 | 10:01 am
    Mapiful is a great site that lets us choose the location and customize a beautiful black & white poster of any location in the world based on OpenStreetMap data. You can change the location, the zoom level, the label text, the orientation, and choose from a handful of clean layout styles. The printed posters are a flat cost of $60 with free shipping worldwide. Regardless of where you live and what city, country or spot you wish to eternalize - Mapiful takes you there. We bring people's favorite places to their homes. The city you were born, where you fell in love or just a place…
  • Pro Tips to Track Results from Infographics

    Randy
    14 Jul 2015 | 11:30 am
    Creating an infographic is no simple task. A lot of time and resources go into the data research and design of a good infographic, but not always into figuring what happened after publishing it on the Internet. Where many companies miss the mark with their infographics is in their tracking efforts after the infographic has been released. Pageviews, social shares, reposts, backlinks, and more are all part of measuring the success of an infographic. It is important to understand that infographics need as much promotional and tracking support as articles, videos, advertisements, and even the…
 
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    Information Is Beautiful

  • A Taxonomy of Hipster Coffee Shop Names

    Tobias
    8 Jul 2015 | 12:58 am
    The hidden taxonomy of hipster coffee shop names. LDN edition. » See the graphic » The new book Knowledge is Beautiful out now  
  • Oil Well

    Tobias
    2 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    Almond? Olive? Sunflower? Which is the ultimate cooking oil? Our graphic visualizes every single cooking oil and grades each for health, smoke point, flavour and, um, massage suitability. »  See the graphic » The new book Knowledge is Beautiful out now
  • Workshops are Beautiful San Francisco

    Tobias
    11 Jun 2015 | 5:11 pm
    Information is Beautiful founder David McCandless shares his method & process for great dataviz in San Francisco on Monday July 27th. Following sell-out sessions in New York & London, places are booking fast for the the SF edition of Workshops are Beautiful, which participants have described as “awesome”, “amazing” and “one of the best I’ve attended”.   »  Learn more – and book your ticket – on our Workshops page. » The books Knowledge is Beautiful & Information is Beautiful
  • What Makes A Good Data Visualization?

    Tobias
    13 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    I’ve created a lot of data and information visualizations. Around 540 over six years. This graphic visualises the four elements I think are necessary for a successful “good” visualization. i.e. one that works. These elements form the backbone of my process and also what I teach in my dataviz workshops. » Discover the four elements necessary for great dataviz   » Read our new book Knowledge is Beautiful and the original Information is Beautiful
  • The Internet of Things – A Primer

    Tobias
    6 May 2015 | 10:54 am
    By the year 2020, over 26 billion things – cars, coffee machines, even cows – will be connected to the internet. They’re calling this next upgrade to the web ‘The Internet of Things’. But how does it work, and why should you care? Discover the tech & meet the main players in our interactive dataviz tour. » Explore the interactive » Discover our new book Knowledge is Beautiful and the original Information is Beautiful
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    FlowingData

  • Avoid busy times at local businesses with Google

    Nathan Yau
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:03 am
    Waiting in line stinks. I purposely go to the grocery store during off-times with my son, so I don't have to deal with the long lines. Google, I think currently only on Android phones, now provides information on when people go to the businesses around you, using a similar logic to auto traffic on Google Maps. Nice. Tags: Google, location, traffic
  • Visual introduction to machine learning

    Nathan Yau
    28 Jul 2015 | 12:26 am
    What is machine learning? It sounds like a bunch of computers get together in the library on Tuesdays and study during all-nighters. It's not quite that. Stephanie Yee and Tony Chu provide a really good visual explanation of the computer science subfield. The vertical scroller should clear up some misconceptions. The great thing about it is that it walks you through a basic example and shows you step-by-step what's actually happening when a machine "learns." The transitions through each step keep you tied into the process. Give it a go. This is the first part of an experiment to explain…
  • Million dollar blocks and the cost of incarceration

    Nathan Yau
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:36 am
    Incarceration costs a lot of money. We know this, sort of. But how much really? Million Dollar Blocks, by Daniel Cooper and Ryan Lugalia-Hollon, estimates the cost in Chicago, down to the block level. The map is based on data obtained by the Chicago Justice Project from the Cook County Circuit Court. It represents all adult convictions between the years of 2005-2009. For each conviction, we have data for what the offense was, the length of the sentence, and the offender's residential address. We derive dollar amounts from sentence lengths. Our cost assumption is that, on average, the Illinois…
  • Twitter bot generates biographies via Census data

    Nathan Yau
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:30 am
    We usually see Census data in aggregate. It comes in choropleth maps or as statistics about various subpopulations and geographies. Is there value in seeing the numbers as individuals? What about the people behind the numbers? FiveThirtyEight intern Jia Zhang experiments on Twitter. [I] built a Twitter bot that mines for details in the data. Called censusAmericans, it tweets short biographies of Americans based on data they provided to the U.S. Census Bureau between 2009 and 2013. Using a small Python program, the bot reconstitutes numbers and codes from the data into mini-narratives. Once an…
  • Fudging the crime statistics and police misconduct

    Nathan Yau
    24 Jul 2015 | 8:27 am
    CompStat is a program that started in the New York Police Department, and several other departments have implemented it since. Officers are held accountable by tracking crime over time. Crime goes up, based on the data, and you can ask why. It seems like a fine idea, but problems arise when humans game the system to fill quotas. FiveThirtyEight highlights one such case within the NYPD. Garbage in, garbage out, as they say. Tags: FiveThirtyEight, police
 
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    Sankey Diagrams

  • Chemical Process, Sankey from Poland

    phineas
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:33 am
    From a 2011 presentation ‘Procesy jednostkowe technologii chemicznej’ by Marek Kaźmierczak available on Slideplayer comes this b/w retro-style Sankey: [See image gallery at www.sankey-diagrams.com] My Polish is rather limited, but I can see a large stream of sulfuric acid being led in a loop, flue gas cleaning, SO3 absorption
  • FIFA accounts – my version

    phineas
    23 Jul 2015 | 12:35 am
    In this post I had criticized a Sankey diagram depicting FIFA accounts published at BBC News. By drawing operating profits disproportionally they would overemphasize certain arrows. Here is my version of the diagram, based on the values given in the article by Paul Sargeant (no warranty for the accuracy of these numbers). The orange arrow represents the operating profits, this time at the same scale. [See image gallery at www.sankey-diagrams.com] Compare for yourself what impression the two diagrams create in you… and let me know by leaving a comment.
  • Misc Sankey Diagrams Uncommented 10

    phineas
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:42 am
    Energy flows are visualized on a machine touch screen panel, giving realtime information of energy consumption. This is from the PROFOXY system offered by Kröhnert Infotecs, a German engineering firm. [See image gallery at www.sankey-diagrams.com] Basically two pie charts, one for the red part on the left side, and one for the green part on the right, would suffice (… I can’t believe I’m actually advocating pie charts here ), but this Sankey diagram additionally gives a notion of “flow” and allows a grouping of consumers (on the right).
  • Vinyl Chloride Process in China

    phineas
    15 Jul 2015 | 4:26 am
    This one was sent to me by Winnie Feng (thanks!). A sample visualization of the vinyl chloride process, but with text in Chinese and English. [See image gallery at www.sankey-diagrams.com]
  • Paper Factory Wastewater, Patent

    phineas
    14 Jul 2015 | 12:38 am
    Browsing Google Patents can be fun, if you like long sentences… It also sometimes reveals a hand-drawn Sankey diagram, like this one: [See image gallery at www.sankey-diagrams.com] This is from a patent filing EP 0494399 A1 on “Process to direct and treat production waters in a paper factory with installation for treatment of waste paper” by German inventor Wilhelm Menges. The diagram is for a paper recycling process. The “thickening filtrate arising from the dispersion of waste paper is directly fed to a biological waste water” treatment. This reduces the COD…
 
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    Junk Charts

  • I try hard to not hate all hover-overs. Here is one I love

    junkcharts
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
    One of the smart things Noah (at WNYC) showed to my class was his NFL fan map, based on Facebook data. This is the "home" of the visualization: The fun starts by clicking around. Here are the Green Bay fans on Facebook: Also, you can see these fans relative to other teams in the same division: A team like Jacksonville has a tiny footprint:   What makes this visualization work? Notice the "home" image and those straight black lines. They are the "natural" regions of influence, if you assume that all fans root for the team that they are physcially closest…
  • United Nations gets dataviz

    junkcharts
    21 Jul 2015 | 3:10 pm
    The UN, as I noted before, is getting into the dataviz game. Here is an announcement about a Data Viz Challenge that has just started. Flood them with ideas! I am writing to invite you and your network of students and colleagues to participate in the United Nations data visualization challenge for the 2015 World Statistics Day The #WSD2015 challenge is to build an info-graphic or dynamic visualization featuring the latest data from the 2015 Millennium Development Goals report. This challenge is particularly geared towards designers, programmers and data scientists who are passionate about…
  • Incomprehensible, and even insidious

    junkcharts
    17 Jul 2015 | 5:32 am
    A reader Alex V. nominated this chart as one of the most incomprehensible ever: This comes from the Annual Report 2014 of Allison Transmission. I applaud the fact that they obviously spent time making the charts. This is not something that comes straight out of Excel. And someone really tried here--but you'd hope someone else came to the rescue and let them know this is impossible to understand. The use of leader lines to point to the actual data doesn't work, not least because there are only two margins to fit three lists of numbers. It's like the two little kids being forced to…
  • Maps and legends

    junkcharts
    15 Jul 2015 | 5:31 am
    This chart, which I found flipping through Stern magazine in Germany, accomplishes one important goal. It makes me stop flipping, and look. The chart presents a point of view that is refreshing. The Airbus A320 is a true collaborative effort. The chart presents a good amount of information efficiently. Reminds me of diagrams in instruction manuals for building airplane models. It is in essence a map. And as with maps, it has a built-in bias. The size of a part is not proportional to its importance or value. So, one issue with this diagram is it draws attention to large parts with…
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    Visual Business Intelligence

  • Morality, Fast and Slow

    Stephen Few
    28 Jul 2015 | 3:06 pm
    Morality is a function of the brain. When we make a distinction between matters of the heart and head, we are in fact distinguishing two modes of thinking that take place in our brains: System 1 thinking, which is fast, emotional, and intuitive (heart), and System 2 thinking, which is slow, rational, and deliberative. Daniel Kahneman beautifully describes these two modes of thinking in his book Thinking, Fast and Slow. Both modes are useful, but they are best suited for different tasks. In some situations we should go with our hearts (or guts, as in “gut feelings”), and some…
  • Abela’s Folly – A Thought Confuser

    Stephen Few
    21 Jul 2015 | 2:56 pm
    On the home page of my website, I quote the mathematician and philosopher Alfred North Whitehead who said, “Seek simplicity and distrust it.” This is wise advice. We want to keep things as simple as possible, but we should never oversimplify to the point of losing essential complexity. As data visualization has become increasingly popular during the last decade, efforts to explain it have often become simplistic (i.e., oversimplified) to a harmful degree. We humans long for simple answers. The world, however, is in many ways complex. Data sensemaking and presentation skills are easy to…
  • Statistical Failures in Scientific Research

    Stephen Few
    16 Jul 2015 | 4:21 pm
    In recent years we’ve become increasingly aware of abundant errors in scientific research, many of which stem from bad statistics. Many of the ways in which these studies fail statistically are encouraged by academic journals. The way in which p-values are relied on excessively but almost routinely misused is a common example. Even though researchers must understand a particular subset of statistical concepts and techniques to do their work, relatively few possess this understanding. In some fields of scientific study you can even earn a doctorate without taking a single course in…
  • The Incentives Are All Wrong

    Stephen Few
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:13 pm
    Perhaps you’ve heard that a large proportion of published scientific research findings are false. If anyone qualified took the time to validate them, up to half or more could be exposed as erroneous at the time of publication. Most of the errors are due to bad research methodology. Most of the bad research methodology is either due to insufficient training, incentives that are in conflict with good science, or both. The primary area of training that’s lacking is in statistics. Researchers are incentivized to be productive and innovative above all else. It’s all about getting published…
  • Shneiderman Wept

    Stephen Few
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:51 am
    When you dedicate your life to the creation of useful knowledge and tools, as Ben Shneiderman has, it is painful to see your lessons or inventions perverted in some way. It happens, however, no matter how hard you work to keep your creations on a path of proper use. Besides the original design of hyperlinks, the treemap is Ben’s best-known invention. Once you put an invention out there in the world, you lose control of it and sometimes cringe at the ways it is misused or defaced. I’ve seen many poor implementations of treemaps over the years, but this one takes the prize: (Click to…
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    Info Graphics Pool

  • Boosting Your Medical Career Opportunities: Perfecting Your Medical Resume

    29 Jul 2015 | 5:36 am
    Infographic Curator has added a photo to the pool: carrington.edu/blog/student-tips/careers/perfecting-your-...
  • Paintings as Infographics: Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh

    29 Jul 2015 | 2:21 am
    The Missing Graph has added a photo to the pool: Infographic revealing some interesting facts about the painting and comparing the London, Amsterdam and Tokyo versions. Read the full post here: themissinggraph.wordpress.com/2015/06/29/paintings-as-inf...
  • Internal and External Security Threats and Their Need Levels

    29 Jul 2015 | 2:07 am
    InfographicCollection has added a photo to the pool: Site security is an important aspect of your project and Tag Systems pride themselves on delivering an integrated security approach to sites in many diverse industries. The level of security available covers numerous situations and it can be layered to meet varying budget and need levels. But what are those need levels? www.tag-guard.com/2015/07/security-covers-a-range-of-inte...
  • 18 Ways to Reduce Website Bounce Rate and Increase Conversion Infographic

    28 Jul 2015 | 8:25 pm
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  • Coal Ash Dewatering Solutions

    28 Jul 2015 | 11:07 am
    RedGriffin has added a photo to the pool: Fly ash has low/no compressibility Stabilization of fly ash for dry excavation results from reduction of pore water pressure, thus increasing cohesion Key success factors for excavation dewatering: Field permeability testing of fly ash in situ Proper engineering analysis of permeability, flow conditions and expected drawdown High intensity of dewatering by using closely spaced wickpoints that operate without disruption Preventing recharge from aquifers or runoff Effective filtration/treatment of discharged water LINK:…
 
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    Daily Infographic

  • Sydney VS Barcelona: Where To Go And What To Do

    Tim
    28 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Contrary to the rivalry present in today's title, this infographic has convinced me I need to go to both Sydney and Barcelona.
  • The Job Market Battle: London VS Paris

    Tim
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:06 am
    Don't be afraid to search for a job out of your native country. There could be perks you've never dreamed of.
  • Pollination: A Simple Refresher

    Sharla Kew
    26 Jul 2015 | 7:08 am
    You know pollination is important, but do you remember the basics of how it works?
  • Cure Your Ignorance of Necklines

    Sharla Kew
    25 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Rejoice! You need no longer fear being found out as a neckline ignoramus.
  • How People React To Failure

    J.P. Blackard
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    We are characterized by failure. Everything we are and everything we know stems from the way we stand up after we fall. We can all say with certainty that failure is a commonality in all of our lives. However, not everyone is equally adept at handling failure. There are those who use failure as an […]
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  • Infographic: Why Hiring a Campervan is the Best Way to Explore Australia

    Lucy
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:38 am
    Click to Enlarge Via Campervan Finder View Other Infographics Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via Campervan Finder View Other Infographics Campervan Finder submitted this infographic along with a brief description! A campervan rental is a preferred choice for travelling Australia as it’s an economical, convenient and is a cost effective way of seeing attractions and landmarks without any limitations on transportation and your plans can be changed at anytime.
  • Infographic: Unbelievable Statistics About Kids & Teens on the Internet

    Lucy
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:26 am
    Click to Enlarge Via SearchRPM View Other Infographics Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via SearchRPM View Other Infographics SearchRPM sent us this infographic, along with a brief description: This highly visual piece delivers impactful information that relays the importance of protecting kids from cyber bullies, criminals and hackers that are online. The Internet changes and expands daily, which makes protecting people and devices more challenging. Cyber…
  • Infographic: Top 7 Travel Destinations in the World

    Lucy
    14 Jul 2015 | 9:32 am
    Click to Enlarge Via VoucherBin View Other Infographics Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook <br /> <div align=”center”><a href=”http://submitinfographics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/voucherbin-infographic-top-travel-destinations-in-the-world.jpg” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://submitinfographics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/voucherbin-infographic-top-travel-destinations-in-the-world.jpg”…
  • Infographic: The Ultimate Automotive Call Tracking Infographic

    Lucy
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:45 am
    Click to Enlarge Via Mediahawk View Other Infographics Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via Mediahawk View Other Infographics Mediahawk sent us this infographic along with a description: Mediahawk’s latest infographic shows the key telephone statistics within the automotive sector based on millions of phone calls. Do you want to know: · Average number of calls that don’t reach the sales team? · What devices people use to ring a dealer? · How long customers…
  • Infographic: Shining a Light on Light Pollution

    Lucy
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:59 pm
    Click to Enlarge Via Nature Bright View Other Infographics Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via Nature Bright View Other Infographics Nature Bright submitted this infographic along with a description: Light pollution is the excess light that gets sent skyward from urban areas and residential neighborhoods. Light pollution affects living organisms in a variety of ways, mainly by disrupting circadian rhythms, resulting in sleep and other health issues. This…
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    Best Infographics

  • Office Progression Through the Years {Infographic}

    cyrus
    29 Jul 2015 | 4:40 am
    Technology is changing the way we work. Work spaces have changed a lot over the years. This infographic from Suddath Workplace Solutions covers how offices have changed over the past few decades: The post Office Progression Through the Years {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • 10 Ways To Become More Confident {Infographic}

    cyrus
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:43 am
    Building confidence on a daily basis is the best way to stay on track toward achieving your goals. Let’s not forget that most successful people are also self-confident. This infographic from Vegas Extreme Skydiving covers how you can become more self confident: The post 10 Ways To Become More Confident {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • Eating Habits for More Energy {Infographic}

    cyrus
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:39 am
    We all would love to have more energy throughout the day to get work done. You can’t do that if you don’t eat right. This infographic from Atkins covers how you can change your eating habits to have more energy throughout the day: The post Eating Habits for More Energy {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • How To Pick Your 1st Programming Language? {Infographic}

    cyrus
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:40 am
    Learning how to code is always a great idea in this day and age. But how do you go about choosing your first programming language? This infographic from Udacity helps you figure that out: The post How To Pick Your 1st Programming Language? {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • The Chemistry of Ice Cream {Infographic}

    cyrus
    25 Jul 2015 | 6:43 am
    Ice cream is not exactly great for our health, but many of us need to have some during summer. Have you ever wondered about the chemistry of ice cream? This infographic from Compound Chem covers that: The post The Chemistry of Ice Cream {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
 
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    The Infographics

  • The Evolution of the Sofa

    29 Jul 2015 | 5:08 am
    Here is a great looking and superb infographic all about the evolution of the sofa. The infographic is packed with fun facts like how the Egyptians 1st started making padded chairs in 1500 BC and how in 1925-39 the art deco style sofas became popular in France and America.
  • Varsity Jackets Timeline

    27 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
    Here I have a useful infographic from a UK custom varsity jacket website called Varsity City all about the history of the varsity jacket. The infographic is packed with information like that varsity jackets 1st started getting worn in the 1930s and how in 2009 varsity jackets made a huge comeback.
  • Choosing a Career Based on Your Zodiac Sign

    17 Jul 2015 | 6:44 am
    Here I have a well designed infographic with info about the personal traits and professional traits of the different zodiac signs along with some job suggestions. Learn about suitable careers for the Leo star sign, the Virgo star sign and the rest.
  • Why Buy in Dubai

    14 Jul 2015 | 8:25 am
    Here I have an infographic from the Dubai real estate specialist UAE DXB packed with information about why you should think about investing in Dubai property. Includes data about the great tax benefits, Dubai World Central, rental demand and loads more.
  • Why You Should Decide on Dental Implants

    13 Jul 2015 | 7:49 am
    If you are looking for solution for missing teeth then you should definitely look into getting dental implants from your local dentist. This infographic by DentiStar provides information about what dental implants are, the dental implant process and the benefits of dental implants.
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    ChartsBin's Latest updates

  • Total External Debt Stocks by Country

    28 Jul 2015 | 9:21 pm
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows total external debt stocks details by country. Total external debt stocks to gross national income. Total external debt is debt owed to nonresidents repayable in currency, goods, or services. Total external debt is the sum of public, publicly guaranteed, and private nonguaranteed long-term debt, use of IMF credit, and short-term debt."Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
  • Enrolment in Primary Education by Country

    28 Jul 2015 | 10:57 am
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows enrolment in primary education details by country. Primary Education is the initial stage of education and has as its basic aim to create, establish and offer opportunities to all children, regardless of age, gender or country of origin, to achieve a balanced cognitive, emotional and psychomotor development."Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
  • Antenatal Care Coverage by Country

    27 Jul 2015 | 9:41 pm
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows antenatal care coverage by country.   Antenatal care coverage is an indicator of access and utilization of health care during pregnancy.Antenatal care constitutes screening for health and socio-economic conditions likely to increase the possibility of specific adverse pregnancy outcomes, providing therapeutic interventions known to be effective; and educating pregnant women about planning for safe birth, emergencies during pregnancy and how to deal with them."Create your own interactive map - Get started now -…
  • Economic Gross Value Added Activity by Country

    27 Jul 2015 | 10:25 am
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This charts shows economic gross value added activity by country. Gross value added (GVA) is a measure in economics of the value of goods and services produced in an area, industry or sector of an economy. In national accounts GVA is output minus intermediate consumption; it is a balancing item of the national accounts' production account."Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
  • Jet Fuels by Country

    24 Jul 2015 | 10:20 am
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows Jet Fuels details by country. Jet fuel or aviation turbine fuel (ATF) is a type of aviation fuel designed for use in aircraft powered by gas-turbine engines. It is colourless to straw-colored in appearance. The most commonly used fuels for commercial aviation are Jet A and Jet A-1, which are produced to a standardized international specification."Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
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    Silk - Publish your data online - Blog

  • Silk Webinars: Recapping our first webinar (with Import.io) and announcing the second

    23 Jul 2015 | 6:10 am
    On July 22 we held our our first Silk.co webinar, covering how to find and extract data you can use to tell stories. It was great fun for me and our in-house data journalist Caspar Egas! Our guest Alex Gimson did a great job showing how to use Import.io for extracting data from websites. We also got to answer some insightful questions from our audience. (Thanks to Karen, Milena, and Renata!) In case you missed our first webinar we included the video below. We also created a Silk site at silk-webinars.silk.co where you can check out all the webinars we’ve done, along with links, tools…
  • Dangerously Low Vaccination Rates in California: Is the Golden State Heading for the End of Herd Immunity?

    16 Jul 2015 | 1:44 am
    In late January 2015, a serious outbreak of measles began in Disneyland in Orange County, California. The outbreak did not results in deaths. It did frighten parents around California and spurred a public outcry against the “anti-vaxers” - the parents who are vehemently opposed to mandated vaccinations for various reasons (among which some very questionable ones, such as the unproven assertion that vaccinations are associated with increased risk of autism). The Golden State has long been known for its high concentration of parents who have not vaccinated their children. In some…
  • Announcing Silk Summer Webinars: First up, data extraction with Import.io

    10 Jul 2015 | 7:08 am
    We are excited to announce the launch of Silk.co Webinars. For the first batch we are doing a three part series. What: There are great stories buried in the large amount of data that gets published on the web every day. In this three-part Silk.co webinar series, we’ll learn how to: Find and extract data Clean the dataset Analyze and visualize the data The end result will be a provocative data journalism story, published on the free data publishing platform Silk. Part 1 - Finding and extracting data: Our first guest will be Alex Gimson from data extraction company Import.io. Alex has…
  • How to Prepare an Excel Spreadsheet for Data Visualizations and Visual Analysis

    8 Jul 2015 | 1:25 pm
    This is the second in our series of guides to data visualizations (The first was “How to Pick the Right Visualization for Your Data”). In this post, we look at how to prepare a spreadsheet for data visualizations and visual analysis. We do a lot of this at Silk and spend time prepping XLS, XLSX, CSV and Google Sheets for upload into our data publishing platform. The truth is, data cleaning and data prep are usually the most time consuming step. But avoiding some basic pitfalls will save you a lot of time for building on Silk, or for visualizing data on any other platform. Consider…
  • Paste your spreadsheet directly into Silk

    8 Jul 2015 | 5:56 am
    Our developers added a nifty feature today: you can now copy data in your favorite spreadsheet program, and paste it directly into Silk to import it. How it works: Make sure your spreadsheet data can be understood by Silk Select the columns you like to import in Google Sheets, Excel, Numbers, LibreOffice, or any other spreadsheet program Hit ⌘ + c on a mac, or Ctrl + c on Linux or Windows to copy the data to your clipboard Go to your Silk dashboard, go to the ‘Add a collection of datacards’ section, and hit 'Paste spreadsheet’ Click in the text box, and hit ⌘ + v on a…
 
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  • What Are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) ?

    Infographics Guy
    10 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    There are things in your home right now that could be making you sick. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are found in many building supplies and household products. These compounds can cause physical reactions in anyone who is exposed for a period of time. It is important to have good air ventilation and circulation in your […]
  • The Best Guide to Food Hygiene

    Infographics Guy
    9 Jul 2015 | 1:06 pm
    Not everyone can be a great cook, but you should at least be a safe cook. That means making sure you use good hygiene when cooking. Most sicknesses come from food poisioning are bacteria from raw meat. If you cook regularly or want to start cooking, this infographic will be a good lesson in food […]
  • Everything You Need To Know About Cardiac Arrest

    Infographics Guy
    9 Jul 2015 | 1:01 pm
    Cardiac arrest is a scary life-threatening condition that occurs when your heart stops. CPR must be done immediately to help the person or death may occur. It is something that everyone should be aware of and prepared for. This helpful infographic shows everything you need to know about cardiac arrest. Infographic provided by Steroplast.co.uk
  • Could Your Office Pass A Health Inspection?

    Infographics Guy
    9 Jul 2015 | 12:57 pm
    We work in the same office everyday and many of us may be working in unsafe conditions. Read through this infographic to see if you office would pass a health and safety inspection. Infographic provided by SHEilds.org
  • F1 Mercedes Benz AMG W06 Hybrid Vs. Ford Focus Hatch-back 1.6 Studio 5d

    Infographics Guy
    9 Jul 2015 | 7:20 am
    Who doesn’t love a good car comparison? This infographic shows a quick breakdown of two very different types of cars. They both may have four wheels but that doesn’t mean they are the same. Infographic provided by Chill Insurance
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  • Elias Poland Drew Everything He Bought for a Year

    27 Jul 2015 | 11:29 am
    Elias Poland spent his 22nd year recording life in a journal, but unlike most people, he didn’t stick to written accounts of the day, love interests or introspection on the meaning of life (although there’s some of that). Feeling he hadn’t been drawing enough, Elias hit on an idea that would encourage creative output: he’d draw a picture of everything he bought for the whole year. Via - Visualnews
  • #BrandCrush: Nutella Nails Their Social Presence

    27 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    Nutella needs no introduction. We all love it, whether it’s good for us or not. You’d think a brand with so much appeal wouldn’t need to do much to keep our love, but like all things Nutella, they’re not good with sharing a little taste. They want to give us the whole jar. On social, that’s just what they’re doing. From Instagram, to Twitter, to Facebook, Nutella takes every chance they can to spread the joy of their product. With over 29 million social fans, they must be doing something right. Here’s why we love them.  Via - Visualnews
  • 4 Reasons Vertical Video is Suddenly OK

    27 Jul 2015 | 11:22 am
    Despite our title for this post, most people would agree: vertical video is the bane of the smart phone era. Our eyes aren’t stacked on top of each other, making a portrait shaped image less than natural viewing. Via - Visualnews
  • These Quirky ‘Combophotos’ Reveal Surprising Views of the World

    24 Jul 2015 | 10:50 am
    From top to bottom, this photo series is very clever. Combophotos, a personal project by Creative Director Stephen McMennamy of BBDO Atlanta, pairs two images in delightfully unexpected ways. Each is sliced horizontally, and combined with a complimentary image: turtles grow helmets in place of shells, people take drinks out of water towers, and a milk jug pours white rope. Via - Visualnews
  • 5 Minimalist Animations that Convey Big Ideas

    24 Jul 2015 | 10:49 am
    When we peel away the layers of complexity in a project, we are left with only with the message at its core. That’s one of the BIG reasons why minimalist projects can have a huge impact. Do them right, and they’re brilliant, but do them wrong, and they’re just boring. Here we highlight 5 animation projects that nailed the delicate balancing act of detail vs. simplicity and convey so very much with very little. Via - Visualnews
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  • THOMAS PRINTWORKS TESTIMONIAL VIDEO FEATURED ON CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA WEBSITE

    Joel Salus
    23 Jul 2015 | 10:17 am
    Canon Solutions America has produced a video featuring several employees from one of our Houston, Texas locations. The video focuses on the usage and production capabilities of Canon and Océ equipment. (Video was published 24 April 2015).Link to the video:http://www.thomasrepro.com/about-us/news-events/182-thomas-printworks-testimonial-video-featured-on-canon-solutions-america-websiteBlog Publisher’s Comment:Nice video! During the video, the speaker mentions that Thomas Printworks (formerly Thomas Reprographics) has 563 employees (I guess this was as of April 2015, when the video was…
  • “….This homegrown printer (err, reprographer), turned international EMPIRE, exemplifies the power of an entrepreneurial spirit”

    Joel Salus
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:53 am
    “ABC Imaging is proud to be featured in the June 2015 edition of Business in FocusBusiness in Focus is a monthly magazine that provides readers a comprehensive view of various North American businesses.”Read the article here.Blog Publisher’s Comment: This article kinda reads like an advertisement!
  • PageWide XL Printer Series coming this fall to Steven Enterprises, available in special limited distribution!

    Joel Salus
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    From Steven Enterprises’ web-site, letting its customers know what’s coming…“Based on proven HP PageWide Technology—currently powering HP Inkjet Web Presses producing 4 billion impressions annually—HP PageWide XL printers offer breakthrough printing speeds in monochrome and color. Now you can deliver mixed sets in 50% of the time. Produce combined monochrome and color sets on a single machine and reduce manual steps associated with separating files and collating the output. Print GIS map and point-of-sale (POS) poster applications at breakthrough speeds, and set a new technical…
  • The Commonwealth of Kentucky, Division of Engineering & Construction (DECA) Signs Agreement with Lynn Imaging to Provide Construction Information Management Software

    Joel Salus
    23 Jul 2015 | 7:50 am
     Lynn Imaging’s online planroom brings free file downloadsto contractors on State of Kentucky projects, and DECA signs on to use eCommunication construction software to manage the documentation and workflow of construction projectsFrankfort, Kentucky (PRWEB) July 11, 2015Lynn Imaging has entered into an agreement with DECA to provide construction information management software services to manage each project from its inception through closeout. Lynn Imaging will administer an online digital planroom for the bid phase, and will implement eCommunication software for the project and…
  • AECBytes reviews ARC Document Solutions’ Skysite technology

    Joel Salus
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:09 pm
    Blog Publisher’s Comment:The well-regarded, well-known author/publisher, Dr. Lachmi Khemlani, did an extensive write-up/review of Skysite; see below for the full article:Article Summary"This review looks at capabilities of SKYSITE, a cloud-based drawing management and distribution application specifically for the construction industry that was recently launched by the leading reprographics company, ARC Document Solutions. It also explores the larger question of whether a solution like SKYSITE, which is entirely focused on the document management piece of project management, even stands a…
 
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  • Le Panga with Volini in hand

    Bharat Prajapati
    28 Jul 2015 | 10:28 pm
    News I Like - Press Release: Volini, a No. 1 recommended and used pain reliever, has announced its association with one of the top three Pro Kabaddi League teams Patna Pirates in Season 2. This marks the second association of this modern day pain reliever after partnering with Marathon sponsors.The partnership will do a world of good to the Kabaddi players, because Kabaddi is a strength game and injuries are part and parcel of such games. Volini is a scientifically formulated ointment for effective pain relief. It is basically available in two forms Volini spray and ointment. Both of them…
  • Back Problems At The Office

    Bharat Prajapati
    25 Jul 2015 | 12:01 am
    News I Like - Today’s sedentary lifestyle of the people has given rise to many physical problems including obesity, anxiety and back problems. Among them, back problems are the most pronounced because with consistent pain, neither can you sit nor work properly. It needs to be fixed as soon as possible. This infographic called “Back problems at office” tells us about the various back and spinal cord issues we could be prone to at our offices. But then, you are not alone in this. As already said, this is one of the most common problems arising from a sedentary lifestyle with no exercises.
  • The Evolution of the Superhero Movie

    Bharat Prajapati
    23 Jul 2015 | 2:18 am
    News I Like - Superhero Genre, is amongst the one entertainment category which has undergone tremendous changes with the passage of time. BigAppleComics, bring for you an pictograph which will reveal all the changes till date. You can see all changes from 1970 to 2000’s in the same. [via] News I Like -
  • Non-Renewable Energy – How Short-termism is Killing our Planet

    Bharat Prajapati
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:50 am
    News I Like - This infographic outlines how a dependence on fossil fuels is putting the long term future of our planet in jeopardy. It overviews the problems and impacts associated in the production and distribution of non-renewable energy sources and highlights how the alternative of renewable energies can meet our requirements. Renewable energy sources are proven to be an efficient means of meeting global demands, yet short term goals of producing energy fast and at the lowest price are still taking priority with fossil fuels currently driving around 90% of global energy production levels.
  • CFA vs MBA – Which is Best for Career

    Bharat Prajapati
    19 Jul 2015 | 11:43 pm
    News I Like - MBA vs CFA? Does this question baffle you? Don’t worry, this infographic representation will help you remove any chaos you have in deciding which field you want to make your career in, get to know the Job prospects for both the fields and decide for yourself. [via]   News I Like -
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  • A Parent’s Guide to Childhood Asthma

    Infographics Archive
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:11 am
    Asthma is a chronic childhood disease in which the airways are blocked or become narrowed. In 2010 alone, asthma in children resulted in an estimated 640,000 emergency room visits in the United States. Because it is a condition that is triggered by several environmental factors, children are highly susceptible to it. Thankfully, there are precautionary measures parents and guardians can take to prevent asthma attack among children. An important step is increasing your awareness. This infographic reveals relevant facts that are useful in increasing one’s knowledge regarding childhood asthma.
  • National Broadband Network

    Infographics Archive
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:08 am
    The National Broadband network (NBN) is a high speed network designed to reach all Australian premises with a combination of technologies and upgrade the existing phone and internet infrastructure to provide high-speed connections for the whole country. This infographic gives you information on technical details, project forecasting and statistics for Australian Businesses. via gotomeeting.com.au The post National Broadband Network appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Home Improvements With High Returns

    Infographics Archive
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:03 am
    Abbey Windows has created this infographic to display information on the home improvements that deliver the highest return on investment when you come to sell your home. This infographic covers everything from the return of installing a conservatory through to repairing your roof, so you can see exactly what you’re getting for your money. You can also find out which home improvements will increase your energy efficiency, saving you money as soon as installation takes place! via abbeywindows.co.uk The post Home Improvements With High Returns appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • How To Prevent Surfer’s Ear

    Infographics Archive
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:23 am
    Surfer’s ear is a common cause of deafness in surfers. ZenPlugs conducted research into the causes of surfer’s ear and found that surfers are 17 times more likely to develop surfer’s ear if they don’t wear a surfing cap and surfing ear plugs. This infographic summarises the main points of the research. via zenplugs.com The post How To Prevent Surfer’s Ear appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Business Storage

    Infographics Archive
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:27 am
    When you expand your business, sometimes the storage space available at your current location is not enough. This is when a self storage units comes in handy, you can store you excess inventory for a short or long term, what is neat is that most storage facilities do not require a long term contract and their leases are month to month. via usselfstorage.com The post Business Storage appeared first on Infographics Archive.
 
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  • Business Operational in the Cloud: Why Not Use Offshore Virtual Assistants to Run Your Business?

    Ivan
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:39 am
    Tim Ferriss made the “virtual assistant” a cool person to have on your payroll back when his first book “The Four Hour Work Week” came out. At that time, outsourcing tasks online was something only done by big corporations, trying to save money by having cheap offshore VAs do menial tasks for pennies-on-the-dollar over what […]
  • Choosing the Right Type of Hosting for Your Website

    Ivan
    12 Jun 2015 | 9:12 am
    Your website is vital to your business so choosing the right hosting is essential. It is the only way to ensure that your website is always up and working properly. Poor hosting always equals a poor end user experience and ultimately results in fewer followers and less sales, so choosing the right host is a […]
  • Legal issues that affect moving information to the cloud

    Ivan
    4 May 2015 | 7:03 am
    The cloud has revolutionized business and personal computing, allowing not only for the movement of data quickly and efficiently between computers, but also for files to be stored remotely, saving space and money in the process. With this new technology, however, there are new challenges and dangers, and the legal considerations that come with them. […]
  • The Cloud and The SME

    Ivan
    9 Apr 2015 | 2:41 am
    Cloud computing has afforded a lot of opportunities for the SME since its introduction. Initially received with trepidation, the whole area of cloud computing quite rightly is highlighted as being a particular area recommended for SMEs. Incorporating cloud computing into SMEs operations allows them to free up funds allocated usually to I.T. and ancillary issues […]
  • How Virtual Assistants and the Cloud Made Me a Better Business Person

    Ivan
    3 Apr 2015 | 8:32 am
    It’s a tough choice to hire a cloud-based employee over someone who comes into work every day, ready to serve your every beck and call. Perhaps with a cup of Starbucks in hand just for the boss! If anything, the idea of a remote employee that you’ll never really see, other than perhaps on Skype, […]
 
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  • It Takes a Team to Make an Infographic

    Maggie Kimberl
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:24 am
    Can a Designer Make an Infographic Alone? There are plenty of people out there who think a designer can make an infographic alone.  It’s just a pretty picture, right?  Why can’t the designer just throw together some pictures and charts and be done with it?  As long as it looks good, it’s a good infographic, right? Creating an infographic is a process.  It requires an ideation phase, where ideas are brainstormed and a final idea is decided upon.  You could leave this to a designer, but chances are that’s not the designer’s forte.  They can come up with ideas for design, but…
  • Why You Shouldn’t be an Entrepreneur

    Brian Wallace
    22 Jul 2015 | 8:22 am
    how far apart is your dream from your reality? The Enduring Spirit of the Entrepreneur Most people shouldn’t try to be entrepreneurs. 90% of startups fail. What makes you think you’re so special? These days, everyone is in love with the idea of becoming an entrepreneur.  And while entrepreneurs come from nearly every walk of life, you can generally separate them into 2 groups: old money and pedigree vs new money and the self-made man. I recently posted a link to a controversial post on how entrepreneurs come from money – or at least have access to capital and advantageous…
  • Case Study: How Basketball Stats Turned Into a $64 Million Contract

    Brian Wallace
    21 Jul 2015 | 9:43 am
    Infographics are everywhere and have been making great strides into new industries in recent years. We felt that sports analytics was ready for deeper, more meaningful work. After seeing all the success of Sabermetrics in baseball, we looked to other sports to see what were the latest trends. We saw that basketball was ripe with opportunity. We came across a report on the NBA’s most underrated player – Tobias Harris – and all the pieces fell into place. Press Mentions: ESPN Fox Sports Sports Illustrated Detroit Free Press Orlando Sentinel Brobible Celtics Life Popcrunch…
  • The 2 Words You Need Remove From Your Vocabulary Right Now

    Brian Wallace
    14 Jul 2015 | 12:22 pm
    Come on, get up. You’re better than this. No I’m not talking about curse words I’m talking about “I’m just.” In many of my recent travels, I’ve come across people saying things like: “I’m just an intern.” “I’m just the sales guy.” The Kinds of People That Say This. When I hear these things, it makes me think that you are one of the following: 1 – You don’t really care about the organization that you work for and just want to do your 9-5, clock in clock out type of bs. If you aren’t invested in what…
  • Getting Unstuck

    Brian Wallace
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:39 pm
    We all feel like this sometimes. Credit: dollarphotoclub.com I’ve decided to do a series of short posts each week on everything from entrepreneurship to sales and business development to just plain good advice and lessons learned from nearly 10 years in the trenches (we turn 10 this August!) running my own startup. Toying with the idea of doing this in video format as well. This week’s topic: getting unstuck. As Ze Frank says in his excellent video when he was coming back to the YouTube game invocation for beginnings – he addresses people who are stuck at a place between…
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  • Infographic : Moving trends in NYC

    Admin
    22 Jul 2015 | 4:47 am
    New York City is very lively and energetic city within which people are constantly moving. We wanted to find out which areas are the most and the least attractive for New Yorkers. For that purpose we have consulted Dumbo moving and storage moving company which has provided us with some useful details regarding moving tendencies in the past six months within NYC. The results we have obtained are based on the company’s business opportunities and on the number of moves they performed during the six-month period. Northwest Brooklyn turns out to be the most popular area New Yorkers are…
  • Infographic: Home Improvement Etiquette

    Admin
    16 Jul 2015 | 2:57 am
    The BathOutlet.com put this guide together to try and make decisions a little easier for a homeowner the next time they hire one of the following: a general contractor, painter, electrician, plumber or interior decorator. TheBathOutlet The post Infographic: Home Improvement Etiquette appeared first on Infographics King.
  • Infographic : 13 Stretching Exercises for Wheelchair Users

    Admin
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:11 pm
    Infographic created by KD Smart Chair on 13 stretching exercises for wheelchair users visualizes on how to do the exercises and offers benefits of stretching. Sitting long hours in a wheelchair may cause back pains, stress, joint discomfort, muscle tensions. Performing these stretching exercises, wheelchair bound individuals can reduce stress, receive back pains, improve posture and improve blood circulation. These easy exercises will gently stretch your muscles, relieve tension and allow you to enjoy all of the benefits they offer. Infographic Source :- kdsmartchair.com The post Infographic…
  • Infographic : The Ultimate Guide to Hypermiling

    Admin
    8 Jun 2015 | 4:49 am
    If you improve how you drive your vehicle. You can achieve  more miles per galleon from your fuel. Using certain driving techniques which are known as hypermiling, you can improve your MPG by up to 40%. For example by carrying out an engine tune up you can get an huge improvement of between 4% and 40% for your MPG. That is just one tip which we have for you. If you liked that one you can check out over 100 more tips below. Infographic Source :- showplatesdirect.com Infographic : The Ultimate Guide to Hypermiling The post Infographic : The Ultimate Guide to Hypermiling appeared first on…
  • Infographic:The Ultimate Guide To Soundproofing a Room

    Admin
    4 Jun 2015 | 2:32 am
    There is so much information out there on soundproofing your home but nowhere is it concise, easy to read or thorough. This fantastic infographic by Soundproofingonline.co.uk  provides all the information home owners need in an easily digestible format in order to understand what they need todo in order to improve the noise insulation in their home. The post Infographic:The Ultimate Guide To Soundproofing a Room appeared first on Infographics King.
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  • How To Sleep Your Way To Success

    Admin
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:58 pm
    Success at work is something which we all want to achieve yet even the simplest of things can hinder it…including a lack of sleep, known to be the primary cause of low productivity in the workplace. As such, SleepyPeople.com have put together this fantastic infographic which looks at how you can ‘Sleep Your Way To Success’ and get a great night’s sleep which boosts creativity, innovation and productivity!   Infographic Source: SleepyPeople.com Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post How To Sleep Your Way To…
  • Designing Emails for Smartphones

    Admin
    16 Jul 2015 | 4:12 am
    Our smartphones are the very first devices to communicate with others – not only with calls or text messages, but also (or rather primarily) by all online activities. In 2015 more than 15% of website traffic comes from mobile. That is why you need to focus on properly displaying your content, regardless of user mobile device. Follow this checklist of ten crucial tips on how to design a responsive email.   Infographic Source: FreshMail Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post Designing Emails for Smartphones appeared first on…
  • Than Merrill’s 2015 Real Estate Trends

    Admin
    12 Jul 2015 | 5:53 am
    FortuneBuilder’s CEO and TV personality, Than Merrill shares stats and trends for the real estate industry in 2015. Some of the more promising facts about the real estate market in 2015 are: Total house inventory increased by 5.3% since 2014 The number of distressed homes on the market decreased to 10% vs 14% in 2014. 40% of homes sold in less than 30 days The current median home price increased by 28.2% over the last 3 years. Infographic Source: FortuneBuilders.com Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post Than Merrill’s 2015…
  • How The Big Four Dominate Accounting

    Admin
    10 Jul 2015 | 10:16 am
    Roughly 80% of the world’s accounting business is managed by just four companies. These large companies are known as The Big Four Accounting Firms. They include; Deloitte, Ernst and Young, PwC, and KPMG. These prestigious public accounting firms staff thousands of employees all over the world and are the most desirable landing spot for recent college graduates looking for entry level accounting jobs. Starting your career with a ‘Big Four Firm’ can set you up for a long and successful career in the finance and accounting industry. This graphic helps illustrate the size and…
  • How to Build a Career in Office Design

    Admin
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:11 am
    A career in office design can be very rewarding, it can also be pretty tough to work out how to get into it. Advanced Commercial Interiors Limited created this infographic to try and give you some insight into how you can build a successful career in the office design sector and, who knows, you could be the next creator of the pioneering offices of Google or Facebook!   Infographic Source: Advanced Commercial Interiors Limited Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post How to Build a Career in Office Design appeared first on Infographix…
 
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  • Growing Numbers of Car Sales in UK

    All Infographics
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:45 pm
    The UK’s automotive world is ever changing and nothing stands still. Trends fluctuate continually and to stay on top you’ll need a live feed into the industry. We’re giving you […] The post Growing Numbers of Car Sales in UK appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Real truth about Ad Agencies which nobody tells you

    All Infographics
    25 Jul 2015 | 10:13 pm
    All good things come to an end… So does the “Mad Men” – a world-known American TV series which takes place in the late 1960s ad agencies. Its final episode […] The post Real truth about Ad Agencies which nobody tells you appeared first on All Infographics.
  • How to impress a Girl in 5 easy ways

    All Infographics
    22 Jul 2015 | 11:17 am
    Girls are the most beautiful gift a parent could get. So make sure you find the right girl and impress her the right way. There are not only five but […] The post How to impress a Girl in 5 easy ways appeared first on All Infographics.
  • New Cars vs Used Cars – Which one to buy?

    All Infographics
    19 Jul 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Are you looking to upgrade your vehicle? Whether you’re looking to purchase a new or used vehicle, we’ve got you covered. When deciding to upgrade to a newer vehicle, there […] The post New Cars vs Used Cars – Which one to buy? appeared first on All Infographics.
  • How to enjoy Coffee Etiquette in 8 different Countries

    All Infographics
    14 Jul 2015 | 6:13 pm
    Did you know that coffee grounds can tell the future? If you’re interested in having your future read from coffee, go to Bosnia where reading the future from coffee grounds […] The post How to enjoy Coffee Etiquette in 8 different Countries appeared first on All Infographics.
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  • Home Improvements With High Returns

    shelli
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:17 am
    Home Improvements With High Returns A house is probably the single most expensive purchase you will make in a lifetime. So it’s no wonder that home owners are so obsessed with taking care of their investment and looking at ways to add more value. Home improvements is a huge market and with good reason, when you can easily up the valuation of your property with a little effort on oranising renovations its pretty easy money to make. Most popular improvements with high returns are conservatories, window replacement, roofing and entry door replacements (surprised me). Investments of a lower…
  • Self-Employment in the UK

    shelli
    26 Jul 2015 | 11:05 pm
    Self-Employment in the UK Forty years ago only 8% of people, in the UK, were self-employed. Today this number has now reached 15% as more people are encouraged to work for themselves and have freedom and control of their lives. Probably owing more to necessity than anything else in an uncertain climate and companies demanding more contractors instead of being willing to employ. But that’s just the negative side. I grew up with two parents who were both self-employed and to me this seemed like a ‘no brainer’ choice. Why would anyone want to be employed and answer to a boss? I…
  • Tomorrow’s Intelligent On-Demand City

    shelli
    17 Jul 2015 | 10:19 pm
    Tomorrow’s Intelligent On-Demand City I have to hold my hand up and say that I’m not a sci-fi fan. Yes, I know this is a shocking revelation from someone who works in a tech based industry and I keep it quiet! I often find that sci-fi is so obsessed with a dystopian future which is so bleak that I don’t want to project myself there, regardless of how many amazing gadgets exist. Technology is gaining momentum and developing at a rapid rate. Trying to imagine where we will be in 50-100 years time is impossible. Especially when you consider that futurists in the 50s and 60s…
  • Home Improvement Etiquette

    shelli
    17 Jul 2015 | 2:08 am
    Home Improvement Etiquette Are you comfortable hiring tradesmen to work on your house? Do you worry or think about how to manage them whilst they are working in your property? There’s a classic IT Crowd episode where Jen hires a builder and Roy claims he has appeared on Britain’s Worst Builders, forcing Jen to work from home and supervise him. The builder thinks that Jen is making a pass at him. Having builders, electricians or plumbers work on your house can be a stressful time. It’s an invasion of your personal space and a lot of people are not comfortable with relative…
  • Air Traffic Controller – Natural Born Poker Player

    shelli
    10 Jul 2015 | 1:45 am
    Air Traffic Controller – Natural Born Poker Player Taking two opposing ideas and bringing them together is a technique used in comedy writing for humourous effect. Great innovation comes from taking two random ideas and fusing them together to create something new. Many successful content pieces take two random themes to create content with interest. Air traffic controllers and poker players – two obscure professions, bring them together and your brain responds – why did I never think of that before? Air traffic controllers have to be, by their very nature, controlled. The…
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  • This is Visual Journalism [121]

    Tiago Veloso
    23 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    What a great week thus far, for us here on Visualoop, after a very well-received announcement of our new features! And before anything else, we’d like to thank all of you who joined our growing community, and for already sharing such amazing projects. Our gallery is now nearly 1600 static, interactive and video infographics, from some of the most notorious graphic desks and agencies out there. Thank you! Now, similarly to what we did yesterday with our round up of interactive maps, we selected some of the best infographics that are already available in our gallery. Most are not…
  • Digital Cartography [107]

    Tiago Veloso
    22 Jul 2015 | 6:56 am
    After yesterday’s big news, we are now getting back in track with our regular editorial schedule. So, as we always do every Wednesday, it’s time for interactive maps and cartographic narratives. However, we do have a lot to celebrate, and so, instead of bringing you the latest examples collected throughout the Internet, we will share some for the interactive maps already featured on our gallery. And before we start, we’d also like to thank Keir Clarke, from Maps Mania – an Internet reference when it comes to showcase the best interactive maps -, for his nice article…
  • A new Visualoop

    Tiago Veloso
    21 Jul 2015 | 2:04 am
    If you’re a frequent reader of Visualoop.com, you’ve probably noticed something different today. In addition to the daily posts – that we’ll keep on publishing -, we now offer an exclusive place to explore some of the best infographics e visualizations published in recent years, and meet the visual journalists, developers, designers and illustrators behind them. This is a major upgrade to our website, and we’ve been working on it for quite some time. So, we would just like to thank to all that contributed so far to bring us here, including the more than 130…
  • Vintage Infodesign [127]

    Tiago Veloso
    20 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    With all the commotion in the scientific community around the brand new imagery of Pluto that was sent over by NASA’s New Horizons probe, we decided to use this edition of Vintage InfoDesign to pay tribute to space exploration. And we’1ll do that by opening our round up of vintage maps, charts and graphics with some of the ravishing illustrations of “Astronomischen Bilderatlas”, the 1851 atlas of the skies authored by Ludwig Preyssinger. You can find the full set of plates at David Rumsey’s brilliant website, and we hope you enjoy all the picks of the week:…
  • Interactive Inspiration [138]

    Tiago Veloso
    17 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Welcome to this new edition of Interactive Inspiration, that has the “Pluto Flyby” as the center topic, with really nice works from the New York Times and The Washington Post. Both publishers shared online stories on how the New Horizon probe reached Pluto, after nine years of space travel, and of course, the new imagery that was sent back to Earth. Besides the visualizations about this topic, a couple of other projects deserve your special attention, like FiveThirtyEight’s story about endorsements in the U.S. presidential primaries, and The Guardian’s visual breakdown…
 
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  • The Changing American Home

    Brian
    21 Jul 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Homes in America have changed a lot over the decades.  Learn more about the standard features of today’s home from this infographic.
  • Evolution Of Mobile Ads

    Brian
    14 Jul 2015 | 12:07 pm
    Smartphones have been around less than a decade, and already mobile advertising is getting huge.  Learn more about the evolution of mobile advertising from this infographic.
  • Inside The Minds Of The Criminally Insane

    Brian
    14 Jul 2015 | 7:21 am
    Peeking inside the minds of the criminally insane can be scary.  Learn more about insanity defenses from this infographic.
  • Ever-present Dangers Of Fireworks

    Brian
    10 Jul 2015 | 7:35 am
    Fireworks are a threat to safety year round.  The most common injuries from fireworks are to the hands, and all fireworks can cause injuries.
  • Louisville’s Leading The Way In Healthcare

    Brian
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:46 am
    Have you ever wondered where the first Emergency Room was established?  What about where the first hand transplant took place?  Would you be surprised if we told you it was in Louisville, Kentucky?
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  • What Kind of Flat Mate are you?

    admin
    23 Jul 2015 | 12:18 am
    Living in a shared house can be a really remarkable experience – but you will have to be mentally and physically ready for it. For most people, sharing a house with people you’re not familiar with can be challenging at the beginning. Your housemates will possess different characters and personalities, from those who constantly borrow to the lazy ones that never clean up. Adjusting to new the new environment, different characters and behaviours can take time. The below infographic gives you a summary of eight most likely people to meet in a shared housing. (Click on the image for full…
  • Where the people from?

    admin
    22 Jul 2015 | 12:09 am
    New York City is very lively and energetic city within which people are constantly moving. We wanted to find out which areas are the most and the least attractive for New Yorkers. For that purpose we have consulted Dumbo moving and storage moving company which has provided us with some useful details regarding moving tendencies in the past six months within NYC. The results we have obtained are based on the company’s business opportunities and on the number of moves they performed during the six-month period. Northwest Brooklyn turns out to be the most popular area New Yorkers are…
  • Fruit at Work

    admin
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:59 pm
    Potato chips, cookies, and maybe even a candy bar are usually the first things to come to mind when it’s snack time. Vending machines and cafeterias do not typically stock an extensive variety of healthy office snacks. Unfortunately, these types of unhealthy snacks lead to health problems, such as heart attacks, diabetes, and strokes. Introducing healthy snacks for the office can improve your employees’ overall health. Working eight or more hours a day makes it challenging to eat right unless. However, when healthy options exist, employees tend to choose snacks that boost their metabolism…
  • Home Improvement Etiquette

    admin
    16 Jul 2015 | 12:13 pm
    When it comes to home improvement or home remodelling, as a home owner, you should know about the industry standards in regards to the common etiquette used for tipping, offering food or beverages, use of the bathroom facilities and other things with the workers. No matter whatever the work you are having done to your home, the work will go better when both you and the workers feel comfortable. This infographic helps to take the decisions easier for a homeowner when they hire a general contractor, plumber, interior decorator, electrician or a painter. (Click on the image for full view)…
  • Live Roulette vs Live Blackjack

    admin
    15 Jul 2015 | 3:56 am
    Roulette and Blackjack are two popular casino games when it comes to live dealer games online. This inforgraphic includes interesting facts, characteristics and features about roulette and blackjack with live dealers. Check out the origins of these two games as well as the most popular live casino software providers. (Click on the image for full view) Source: bestuklivecasinos
 
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  • Ubro M1 Smartphone Review

    Josipa Štrok
    29 Jul 2015 | 4:32 am
      Lately, the Chinese smartphones are more and more interesting. This time we present you Ubro M1 smartphone. The company behind the product is relatively new Chinese manufacturer of smartphones. When we talk about devices of lesser-known Chinese manufacturers, we can say that they recently come on the market with pretty quality products. If you want to buy a cheap smartphone with a interesting hardware features, then we suggest Ubro M1 smartphone that it seems quite interesting and is now on presale at GearBest webshop. By outward appearance and a slightly curved upper and lower edge…
  • The Elements of a High Quality Website

    Zlatko Pažin
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:11 am
    Everyone would like to have their own website and it can be really simple to make one, but you have to make it good. If you are planning to earn something from your website then it must have good design and it should be optimized. In other words, your website should have high quality. What are the most important parts for achieving high quality? And why you can’t earn with less quality website? Keep reading to find out. Why is quality website important? Everyone uses internet today and whatever someone needs it can be found online. And when someone tries to find something on search engine…
  • Best Powerpoint Resume Templates for Download

    Zlatko Pažin
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:54 am
    The time of traditional CV’s has passed. Of course, you should still have a one copy of a traditional resume but visual resumes are becoming more and more popular and if you make them right they can make your resume special and better than others. It is hard to make a great visual resume. You can think that you did a good job but in the end, your resume can be bad. That’s why I created this article, to help you with this. First, let’s take a look why you should choose virtual resume. Main advantage of visual resume if the opportunity to be creative. You can use your imagination here and…
  • Classroom Technology Evolution

    Josipa Štrok
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:16 am
    Nowadays, in the time of technology evolution it is impossible to imagine formal and informal education without using computers and new technologies. Computers and the Internet has become a part of student’s life – before, during and after the teaching process. Technology development give us the opportunity not to use only images and written text, but other multimedia elements as well – sound, video, different simulations and animations etc. It is important to understand how different media elements function together and how they influence the learning process and knowledge…
  • What Users Say About Personalized Search

    Josipa Štrok
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:31 am
    Search on the internet is constantly evolving which means that adapts to your needs and makes it more than just time on the Internet which gives you a bunch of links. Consumers are not interested in just search on the internet by navigate between links, channels and devices. Therefore, search engines like Google, devising new ways for searching on the Internet –  that will bring more relevant results and more personalized search. How penetration in the smartphone market is growing inexorably, mobile devices are becoming the focus of search engines and thus adjust their search engine…
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  • IP Geolocation Information Adds Value to Data Management Strategies

    Jan Sisko
    14 Jul 2015 | 4:10 am
    For 16 years, Weborama has been developing exceptional technological tools in the fields of ad serving and data science. The company’s success is based on an original approach to the transformation of raw data into marketing value. Today, more than 300 advertising customers, agencies and publishers use its innovative solutions to manage and optimize their online investments in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Russia. By adding NetAcuity EdgeTM hyperlocal IP geolocation technology into its Audience Manager and Campaign Manager modules, Weborama can…
  • Hit it Out of the Park with In-Stadium Wi-Fi Targeting

    Jan Sisko
    9 Jul 2015 | 3:50 am
    Welcome to the new American pastime: Baseball, hot dogs and…Wi-Fi. The instantly recognizable “Wi-Fi Here” sign is turning up everywhere these days. Once relegated to upscale coffee shop windows, the symbol can be found in a multitude of public venues, from malls and hotels to airports and now sports stadiums. As an example, by the end of the 2015 season, 28 of the MLB’s 30 teams will have in-stadium Wi-Fi, totaling 1.2 million seats with wireless connections. That’s one large and captive audience of consumers. This should be of particular interest to those companies where tapping…
  • IRCE 2015: In Case You Missed It

    Jan Sisko
    16 Jun 2015 | 10:46 am
    This was our eighth year participating at IRCE and being an integral part of the conversation in terms of addressing the future opportunities and challenges for retailers. IRCE always provides us with a unique platform to network with retail professionals from across the world─one on one─to discuss how technology can not only help them perform their jobs better, but also contribute to their companies profitability. While interest in geolocation technology has been steadily increasing since our first appearance at IRCE, this year represented a significant shift in perspective in terms of…
  • It’s All About Location for Travel Destination Marketers─In More Ways Than One

    Jan Sisko
    15 Jun 2015 | 6:43 am
    Location is not just a destination for travel and tourism boards, it’s a means to an end if you’re a marketer trying to measure the effectiveness of your digital advertising campaigns. Arrivalist, a marketing services company that provides new metrics to evaluate the offline impact of online media plans, is leveraging location to measure the ROI of travel destination marketers’ advertising. Working with major tourism boards from places as large and diverse as Florida’s Palm Beaches and Kansas, and cities that depend on tourism as much as Galveston, New Orleans and Atlantic City,…
  • Hyperlocal Geolocation Technology Used as Real-Time Data Enrichment

    Jan Sisko
    21 May 2015 | 3:58 am
    The ADEX is a global technology specialist offering the next-generation data management platform (DMP) that aggregates, segments and analyses data. This data enables advertisers, publishers and agencies to learn more about their audiences, providing actionable insight to help serve relevant content and advertising that instantly connects with consumers. By adding NetAcuity EdgeTM hyperlocal IP geolocation technology into its DMP, The ADEX can now provide granular location information worldwide while maintaining user anonymity. Additionally, location can be combined with other demographics to…
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  • Identifying Causes of Stress

    admin3
    14 Jul 2015 | 7:40 am
    Carrying around a certain amount of stress is an unfortunate fact of life for many adults in the modern world. However, when stress reaches a tipping point, it can negatively affect your health, life, work and overall happiness. There are a number of benefits of effectively managing your stress, but a recent study shows that less than 30 percent of people ages 18 to 29 feel that they keep their stress under control. One of the first steps toward getting stress level under control is identifying exactly what is causing your stress to balloon. The majority of people identify work and money as…
  • Boarding School Blues, or Boarding School Blast?

    admin3
    28 Jun 2015 | 4:07 am
    What do you think of when you hear the words “boarding school”? Homesick kids? Bad cafeteria food? Dormitory pranks? Unless you know someone who has actually been to boarding school, your ideas about what it’s is like might be based on what you’ve read in kids’ books or seen in movies. These fictional accounts often paint a dismal picture of an experience that can be fun andvery rewarding. To find out what this kind of education is really like, you’ll want to learn what boarding school students have to say about their experiences. The infographic below includes many statistics…
  • The Perfect Suit for a Wedding: Infographic

    admin3
    27 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    A lot of you conservative dressers think you have the world of suits and what to wear with them all figured out. But dressing conservatively can have its downfalls. For example, don’t be scared to get out of your comfort zone with a polka dot tie or pocket square. You may also want to try some socks that allow some of your individuality to creep out. You may also want to consider pairing said socks with shoes or dress boots that are out of your current comfort zone. The basic idea is not to turn you from a conservative dresser into something you’re not — the idea is to take what…
  • How FX Risk Affects Finance Professionals

    admin3
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:58 am
    Volatility in the foreign exchange market can be a risk that pays off for some investors, but a recent survey shows that this type of risk is a concern for many professionals in the financial industry. The survey asked 180 global finance professionals about FX risk. The responses show that FX volatility causes a noticeable negative impact on firms. In fact, 74 percent of the responders agreed that they are experiencing FX volatility. Only 15 percent of that group said that this volatility had no impact on their firm. For the remaining 85 percent of those experiencing FX volatility, the…
  • History of the Engagement Rings

    admin3
    21 Apr 2015 | 2:49 am
    If you’re planning on proposing to your partner, chances are you will be thinking very seriously about what sort of engagement ring you would like to get for them. Today, especially in the western world, engagement rings and marriage are practically inseparable. A marriage proposal unaccompanied by an engagement ring would surely raise a few eyebrows! But where does this tradition come from? Is it a relatively new concept, or can it be traced back even further? If you find yourself lying awake at night pondering this question, you will be pleased to hear that a new interactive web…
 
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  • 20 Tips For a Better Night’s Sleep

    SSINFGR
    15 Jul 2015 | 1:06 am
    If ever a piece of content was more timely, I can’t think when. After two nights of very little sleep and months since I slept through the night, I am feeling exhausted and weary. Usually I sleep very well but the slightest hint of stress and I’m sweating and wide awake for hours. I do take my sleep hygiene very seriously and am strict about keeping to the same bed times, even at weekends, which helps enormously. Last year I invested in a new bed with luxury hand-made mattress and all wool bedding. I urge you to read about how mites breed in synthetic (supposedly hypoallergenic)…
  • Which Plastic Is Right For Me?

    SSINFGR
    12 Jul 2015 | 12:22 am
    Don’t be fooled by the obscure subject matter of the title for this infographic. At first glance it might be easy to dismiss the valuable content that this piece holds. Out of all the infographics I see, and review, (that’s a lot) this has to be one of the most useful I have come across in a long time. Which Plastic Is Right For Me? Plastic Packaging Cheat Sheet offers an in-depth guide to all plastic containers. Not just for people who require packaging for a liquid product the infographic has genuine social interest for anyone who recycles or would like to know just what their…
  • Top 5 Phones at a Glance

    SSINFGR
    24 Jun 2015 | 12:52 am
    The Phone Price Checker from Gumtree was reviewed recently and as stated is a great piece of content that integrates seamlessly with their products for a superior user experience. I am a huge advocate for tools that enhance customer and user experience as part of a content marketing strategy. The customer benefits through a useful tool of value and the brand benefits through maintained customer relationship and the share potential. The Price Checker tools that Gumtree offer are very much on target with the site offering. The Top 5 Phones at a Glance infographic is a snapshot of the…
  • Big Time Heists

    SSINFGR
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:17 am
    Oceans 11 is possibly the most high-profile heist movie. My favourite is a lesser known film called (surprisingly) ‘The Heist’. A beautiful tale about a group of museum workers who decide to steal a painting. Staring Morgan Freeman, Christopher Walken and William H Macy it has a high calibre cast and is surprising that it was never released in mainstream cinemas. There appears to be a great fascination with high profile robberies. Maybe secretly everyone would like to consider getting away with a big heist themselves and retiring to Acapulco like Ronnie Biggs did. The Big Time…
  • Gone to the Beach Infographic

    SSINFGR
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:10 am
    Summer time is here and all I can think about is getting to the beach and feeling some sunshine on my skin. Floating in the sea and staring at the sky. Time out from everyday life. We all need it. What is the appeal of the beach as a vacation destination? If you deconstruct it’s an odd choice – sitting on fine gravel, lying around on a towel, drinking warm fizzy drinks and sweating heavily. But, nothing feels as good as sun on the skin and sand between your toes. Beautiful clear blue sea and fine white sand. Just writing this makes me want to pack my bags and go. Gone To The Beach…
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  • The Secret Ingredient to Repurposing Content: Knowing Audience Learning Styles - #infographic

    28 Jul 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Everyone has different tastes, not just with food, but also with how they take in new information.In a 2015 study, 28.8 percent of surveyed respondents prefer to learn by doing. How did others fare?– 24.9% are readers.– 24.55% are listeners.– 21.72% are visually oriented.What does this have to do with repurposing marketing content?Every online medium has unique strengths which can cater to the four learning styles:– Visual customers might like infographics or presentations.– Listeners could lean towards podcasts or audiobooks.– Readers may opt for well-crafted blog articles or…
  • Top 10 Search Marketing Tips Every Entrepreneur Should Know - #infographic

    26 Jul 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Building a successful business today calls for you to go beyond offering a great product or services and creating a dazzling website. In fact, these efforts will be all for naught if you fail to reach your target audience and bring in the revenue you need to profit.The infographic below proposes 10 tips that you should employ to survive and thrive in today's competitive digital marketing world.
  • Design And Emotion Trends 2015 - #infographic

    25 Jul 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Marketers and advertisers know the way to engage a customer is by tugging on their heart strings.   Through its regular data-driven infographic series, Shutterstock examined which primary emotions were most popular and trending with creative professionals.While love, the top ranking emotion, grew 73 percent from the previous year, demand for sad images has more than doubled – a nod to the rising trend of Sadvertising.
  • A Marketer's Guide To Combating Website Conversion Killers - #infographic

    24 Jul 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Let’s face it: There’s nothing more frustrating than a landing page, form or campaign that just doesn’t deliver.We talk a lot about ways to optimize conversions. But it’s just as important to recognize the danger zones that, if left unchecked, can become serious conversion killers.The good news is, with a few minor modifications to design, messaging or timing, these conversion killers can be transformed into conversion heroes. By using a measured and strategic approach to deploying changes (and keeping track of what works) you can write your own playbook detailing exactly how to…
  • Steps To Take For A Social Media Strategy - #infographic

    23 Jul 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Business Insider estimates that Americans spend more of their time on social media than any other online activity, including email. Because of this user engagement, using social media to promote your business can be one of the lowest cost channels in your marketing toolbox — but realizing a business benefit from it demands that you have a plan. Here are the steps you need to devise an impactful social media strategy:
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  • Flags of the World: The Stories Behind Them #infographic

    28 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    From the stars are stripes of the USA to the Maple Leaf of Canada, every country has a unique flag that symbolises the nation they represent. A lot of people could tell you why these were chosen, but the stories behind the designs of some of the other flags of the world and what they represent is not always as well understood.
  • The Evolution of the American Home #infographic

    28 Jul 2015 | 8:31 pm
    The American home has changed a lot since the days of the Pilgrims. Gone are the small wood-clad homes of yesteryear. Learn more about the evolution of the American home from this infographic!
  • What Does Your Car Say About You? #infographic

    28 Jul 2015 | 8:03 pm
    A new infographic from car dealers Motorparks has looked to dismiss the many stereotypes that exist about drivers of specific car brands in the motoring world. The visual uses information gathered from YouGov Profiler, Google Trends and search volume on the Motorparks website to get to the bottom of questions like:
  • Why “Jurassic Tech” is Making a Comeback #infographic

    27 Jul 2015 | 3:05 am
    Want to guess someone’s age? Just ask them what kind of phone they used growing up, and you can usually pinpoint the answer within a few years. Maybe you remember sharing a phone line with your family or even your neighbors, staying up late chatting on a party line. Maybe you grew up using a rotary phone, twisting a cord around your finger while you chatted, or you had a giant wireless landline and could roam about the house freely (as long as you didn’t wander too far).
  • The New Billion Dollar Baby Why Investors are Placing Their Bets on Sales Technology #infographic

    27 Jul 2015 | 3:02 am
    The connected age has delivered unprecedented personalization and advancements. With instant access to company and product information, buying behaviors have changed, putting customers in the driver's seat - and transforming the way sales organizations engage with them. The need for greater customer insight has spurred an enormous influx of innovation in sales tools, and is attracting billions of investment dollars.
 
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  • The Evolution of the Sofa by Sofa Workshop

    David Eaves
    29 Jul 2015 | 4:10 am
    Here I have a good looking and interesting time line infographic from the luxury furniture store Sofa Workshop all about the history of the sofa. The infographic begins way back in 3100-2500 BC when people use to place stone boxes next to their fireplace and goes all the way through to fairly recent times such as in the 1960s when contemporary designs became popular with bright colours, patterns and organic shapes. Infographic by Sofa Workshop – via Sofa Bargains
  • Varsity Jackets Timeline by Varsity City

    David Eaves
    27 Jul 2015 | 8:16 am
    Here I have a timeline infographic from the UK based custom varsity jacket website called Varsity City all about the evolution of the varsity jacket. The infographic begins in 1865 when letter sweaters were worn by the Harvard University baseball team and goes all the way through to 2015 when varsity jackets are an important garment for many brands. Infographic by Varsity City
  • The World’s Richest Companies That Don’t Actually Exist

    David Eaves
    22 Jul 2015 | 8:03 am
    Here is a great infographic from a website called UK Businesses For Sale that provides information about the richest companies that don’t exist including businesses from movies, books, computer games etc. View information about each made up company and check out the annual turnover. Infographic by UK Businesses For Sale
  • Iconic TV Living Rooms by Terrys Fabrics

    David Eaves
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:32 am
    Here I have a cool infographic from the UK fabric store Terrys Fabrics all about iconic living rooms from some of our favourite television shows. The infographic provides illustrations and information about TV show living rooms from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s and the 10s such as the living rooms from The Wonder Years, Friends and The Big Bang Theory. Infographic by Terrys Fabrics
  • Written in the Stars: Choosing a Career Based on Your Zodiac Sign

    David Eaves
    17 Jul 2015 | 6:08 am
    Here I have a great quality infographic from the UK based psychic reading website called Crystal Heart Psychics all about the best careers for each star sign. Learn about the personal traits and professional traits of each zodiac sign such as Taurus, Gemini and Cancer and view the most suitable jobs. Infographic by Crystal Heart Psychics – via Iain Balmain
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  • How Many Times Should You Try?

    Karan Chopra
    28 Jul 2015 | 6:32 pm
    When you take a path that few have trolled on before, it can get rough; you don’t have any one to guide you, tell you the dos and don’ts along the way. But that is not the hardest part, the hardest is when you have gotten rejected or you see no other way around your problem and decide to give up on yourself that is the toughest thing to get over.But even when such a situation arises, it is time to pick up your pieces and get going, and if you need inspiration here is a great infographic to help you along the way. Did you know that Thomas Edison went through 10,000 prototypes before he…
  • Finishing Touches: A Men’s Style Guide

    Karan Chopra
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:32 pm
    We have always obsessed about the styles and fashions of women and sadly have overlooked the men’s fashion arena, deeming it dull and boring. But at close inspection, there is lot that happens out there, not necessarily meeting the eye, making the men’s fashion scene almost the underdogs of today’s fashion world. Why underdog, well for one, today’s fashion scene is brimming with not just stuff that caters to women, but men also. Brands across the worlds have realised what untapped potential, the men’s sector holds. Here is a great infographic showing you exactly how, over the years,…
  • Building Blocks Of Childhood Memories

    Karan Chopra
    26 Jul 2015 | 6:32 pm
    It the first day of school and like any parent, you want to record as much as possible about how your kid’s day was spent. This feeling just intensifies with every passing year, where all you want to do is record as much as possible of the days going by. The year book is a good option for keep sakes, but it can get a little impersonal, with details of events and people you may not really want to know about. Well if this is what you go through every year, then it makes sense to make your own year book. Apps like Shutterfly help you make personalised yearbooks with ease. Here is a great info…
  • Flowchart: How Instagram Started?

    Karan Chopra
    23 Jul 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Click a picture and post it directly to your followers. No hassle of connecting to the computer, no need to crop it, resize it, nothing what so ever. This is the simplicity that Instagram brought to the photo sharing community, when others like Facebook and Twitter were still using the archaic methods, as if sending an email. Also famous for being an app made in 8 weeks, Instagram is the epitome of how entrepreneurs moonlight their way to the top. But moon lighting is not just staying up late or making the late night coffee, there is hardship, there are failures, but there is also the will to…
  • 10 Places To See Before They’re Gone

    Karan Chopra
    21 Jul 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Planning a trip to themed water park this summer? Or is the Ferrari World that are heading for? But did you know that the islands of Madagascar or the Snow on the Alps or even the beautiful city of Venice will not be around for long? It might sound improbable, but increasing sea levels, bleaching of corals and destruction of forests might not leave the beautiful places like Maldives, the Great Barrier Reef and the Congo Basin standing for very long. This infographic gives details of what is destroying these habitats, what is contained within them, their significance and how little time we…
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  • The History of Glastonbury Festival

    Daniel
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:43 am
    An infographic with fun facts about how Glastonbury Festival became one of the greatest events in the world. The infographic discusses statistics, and interesting information regarding the rich history of this British music festival since it's beginning in 1970. First, the festival held on the day after the Jimi Hendrix's death at Worthy Farm and cost £1 with free milk and had just 1,5000 visitors. Furthermore, 1982 was a particularly rainy year. The Friday had the highest day of rainfall in 45 years. This year also had the first ever laser show. In 2010 the Glastonbury Festival celebrated…
  • History of Clothing during the 1900s

    Daniel
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:55 am
    Throughout the years fashion has changed significantly. From bowler hats and S-bend corsets to mini skirts used in the turn of the century, baseball caps and flares, this infographic shows how the fashion has evolved over time for both genders. For instance, during the 1900s ladies wore a fashionable S-bend corset with frilly blouses that included lace decorations. Meanwhile, men wore three-piece lounge suits and wore bowler or cloth caps. Later on, during the 1930s men wore 3-piece suits formally or for work purposes only. Furthermore, in the 1960s the mini skirt was introduced, and there…
  • A Guide to Complementary Medicine and Therapies

    Daniel
    26 Jul 2015 | 8:07 am
    The use of complementary or alternative medicines with conventional medicine has seen a significant increase in the last 40 years. Here, we take a closer look at its progression. The following infographic is a guide to complementary medicine and therapies. What is more, this infographic shows the differences between complementary and conventional medicine. For instance, while the complementary medicine usually combines a variety of ideologies and treatments, the conventional medicine can be only explained in scientific terms. The infographic also provides information about the history and…
  • How To Make Turkish Delight

    Daniel
    25 Jul 2015 | 9:56 am
    Turkish delight is perhaps one of the most cherished cultural foods in history. Widely consumed and loved around the world, its taste and flavour sing of Middle Eastern mystery - and now you can recreate it at home! This recipe makes a great gift or just a gelatin gree(vegan) snack. Be sure to share with anyone with a sweet tooth. This infographic shows what ingredients you need and how to prepare the Turkish delight. There are seven quick, easy steps to go about the process in the making and a cute blend of few ingredients to make the preparation complete. At first, you would not like…
  • Advantages of Responsive Design

    Daniel
    24 Jul 2015 | 8:24 am
    It's difficult to believe, but according to Akamai 82% of the top 10,000 websites do not employ responsive web design. Not only do responsive websites automatically adjusts its size in response to the device being used to visit the website, but they provide a huge competitive advantage. This infographic illustrates the top five reasons why responsive web design provides a huge competitive advantage. In April 2015, Google changed its algorithms to penalize sites that are not mobile-friendly, thus rewarding sites that are mobile-friendly. Since responsive websites adapt to the device that is…
 
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  • The Law For The Fireworks In All States

    Katie Kennor
    11 Jul 2015 | 1:32 am
    If you live in Ohio and purchase fireworks, you have to promise that you will take them out of your state after a fixed period of time. ForRent.com has more unknown facts about the fireworks in its infographic.Source: [ Forrent ]
  • Prepare Your Apartment for Your Baby Dinosaur

    Katie Kennor
    17 Jun 2015 | 11:43 pm
    When you consider adopting a baby dinosaur, you have to know that they shriek very loudly. See in this cool infographic by ForRent.com how you can solve this problem.Source: [ For Rent ]
  • Popular Summer Camps in UAE

    Katie Kennor
    17 Jun 2015 | 11:37 pm
    "Enrolling your children in summer camps is a good idea in keeping the kids busy during summer break. As a matter of fact, keeping them busy during summer diminishes the chances of them getting addicted in gaming, or spending too much time in social media sites. Summer camp also helps kids from experiencing summer brain drains.Summer brain drain, or summer learning loss, is a phenomenon where kids experience loss in reading, writing, comprehension, and computation skills over long school breaks. In fact, it is said that summer learning loss may result in a loss equivalent to 2 months of…
  • Coffee Etiquette Around the World

    Katie Kennor
    22 Apr 2015 | 11:05 am
    Food Packaging Labels has come up with an interesting infographic that will take you around the world to let you know the Coffee Etiquette.Have a look at this infographic while taking a sip of coffee.[ Source: Food Packaging Labels ]
  • 8 CEOs Who Made Their Fortune Before They Were 30

    Katie Kennor
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:19 am
    For ambitious young entrepreneurs ready to follow their vision, success has no age limit. From tech futurist to fashion moguls, here are 8 CEOs who struck gold before hitting the big 30. Scroll down your mouse to see this techie infographic.[ Source: Essay Experts ]
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  • 15 Easy Ways to Optimize Your Email Marketing Writing

    Ikhsan Rahardian
    22 Jul 2015 | 8:12 pm
    Emails are great. They’re the windows to the many parts of the world. If you are a marketer, emails are the pitchfork, the weapon of choice. So, if your emails aren’t that good, then they won’t lead to any open window. It is important to have a great email experience whether you’re a diplomat, salesman, or even the CEO of a company. And it is important to understand how. “100 Billion emails are sent and received each day.” whoishostingthis.com The Baby Steps Some of your prospective customers will begin in the digital world, it is crucial to have a proper and respectable…
  • Indonesia’s Small and Medium Enterprises Dominates Freelancer Service Demands

    Yenie
    8 Jul 2015 | 2:07 am
    Over 2.300 survey respondents were small and medium enterprises   The humongous gap between the population of productive age in Indonesia and new job availability pushes productive workers to innovate and create their own jobs. Thus, a huge number of small and medium enterprises emerges in Indonesia. According to the Ministry of Business, Enterprise, and Cooperatives’ data on September 2014, there were 57.9 million small and medium enterprises Indonesia which put Indonesia as a country with the biggest number of small and medium enterprises1. The growth of small and medium enterprises…
  • 8 Simple Hacks to Make Users Love Your Mobile Emails

    Ikhsan Rahardian
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:21 am
      Emails are massive. By the time you’ve reached this sentence, 20 Million emails are being written. Yes, the global circulation covers almost 150 Billion per day. You can argue all you want about the effectiveness of emails in marketing, but I will let these guys prove you wrong: “Appsumo.com is a 7-figure business with 90+% revenue comes from emails” Noah Kagan, Founder of Sumome   “Out of all of the channels I tested as a marketer, email continually outperforms most of them” Neil Patel, Co-Founder of KISSmetrics, CrazyEgg, and QuickSprout   Not…
  • After Getting Rejected by 30 Investors, Here Are Things I Learned

    Ryan Gondokusumo
    28 Apr 2015 | 2:57 am
      Publicity and finance are two inseparable pillars that keep a startup flying high. However, only a few, really a few founders enjoy sufficient financial resources ever since they start their venture, whilst most of them lack of these facilities. Unfortunately, stricter competition has forced them to spend big from the very beginning in order to survive, regardless on whether they possess the resources or not. Knowing this fact, what can founders do to make sure their startups are staying alive? Does a startup must get funded to be successful? Not really. There are respectable number of…
  • The Beginning: Sribu’s Journey to Get The First 10,000 Customers

    Yenie
    28 Apr 2015 | 12:25 am
    Have you ever engaged the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of the company you’re working for in a conversation? Perhaps in many companies, the CEO is a figure to be feared, but it is slightly different in Sribu, the start-up company I am working for. Our team is not big, and the lean corporate structure provides an opportunity for our team to get close with the CEO and to discuss about how we can make Sribu be ‘the next big thing’ in the market. Not only in terms of work, we also eat together, drink coffee together, even play Counter Strike with Ryan, the CEO of Sribu who we…
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  • Here are 15 symbols She Is Using You

    admin
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:06 pm
    Reading women can be really difficult. While she may have made you believe she’s actually into you, she might as well just be using you for her own benefits. One day or the other, she’s going to show her true colors and it’s going to hurt real badly. You’re better off without selfish people in your life. Here are 15 signs she’s just not worth your time. Wake up, and walk off previous to you go too deep into her trap! She calls you in the middle of the night if she needs you, but is somehow, always busy when you desire someone to talk to. She never seems excited to hang out with you…
  • Here are 10 Movies Everyone completely Misunderstood

    admin
    23 Jul 2015 | 11:21 am
    Inception People maintain to chase the ‘real’ ending; Nolan wanted everyone to pursue their own slanted reality. Highway Veera does not fall in love with Mahabir. She was distress from Stockholm syndrome. Darr Rahul, the scorned lover was emulated by people who saw him as the most fervent lover. But he was a stalker and a psychopath. (500) Days of summer  Tom Hansen is not really an ideal lover. He is a selfish, compulsive man.   Jane Eyre Rochester is not a gentleman but a really self-centered and impolite person. Raanjhana Kundan became a hero in the eyes of the viewers.
  • Here are 7 Bollywood Sex Scandals That surprised The World

    admin
    21 Jul 2015 | 1:01 pm
    1. Shiney Ahuja The Gangster actor was busy raking up the awards as the most talented newcomer when his Bollywood career hit a dead end after his maid publically alleged Shiney of raping her; accusations that he has persistently denied. Even though his case lies awaiting before the courts, the public previously has him tried and tested.    2. Ashmit Patel – Riya Sen The sometimes actress courted controversy in 2005 when a video of her getting cozy with co-star Ashmit Patel hit the web, with the 90 second video going on to attain Internet notoriety and garnering more eyeballs than all…
  • Here are 8 Reasons Why You Should Live Away From Family At Least One time In Life

    admin
    9 Jul 2015 | 10:35 am
    1. It Makes You More Independent When there’s no mom or dad around, you will soon understand that you will have to do everything yourself. Like finding a house on rent, paying your bills, cleaning your house, cooking your own food, shopping. Yes, it is a major pain in the stern, but it is a great tutorial in life. 2. It Makes You More Mature Once you start living by yourself, you are the only decision-maker around. From deciding how much to save, how much grocery to buy, and other small and big decisions. every so often your decisions will work, sometimes they won’t, but it feels good to…
  • 6 Actresses who Died under Mystery

    admin
    18 Jun 2015 | 1:53 pm
    1. Divya Bharti The stunning actress who was one of the best stars of the 90s died a disastrous death. Bharti fell from the fifth floor of her apartment. Police investigated the case but came to a conclusion that it was a suicide. However, there were speculations that her husband Sajid Nadiadwala was the reason of her death. 2. Jiah Khan The 25-year-old actress, who made her debut with RGV’s ‘Nishabdh’, was found hanging from her ceiling at her Juhu apartment on June 3, 2013. Her mother Rabia Khan suspected that it was not a suicide, and that it was murder. She blamed actor Aditya…
 
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  • What does your car say about you?

    Infographic Portal
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:55 am
    In their latest infographic, British car dealership Motorparks has aimed to dismiss the various stereotypes that exist in the motoring world by getting to the bottom of what a make of car really says about the driver. The top seven best-selling car manufacturers across the UK were used for the research, with insightful and interesting information gathered from YouGov Profiler, […] The post What does your car say about you? appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Kids Generation- What Shaped Tomorrow’s Shapers?

    Infographic Portal
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:44 pm
    Are you born in the 80’s, the 90’s, or the new millennium? Although these generations are just a decade apart from one another, our environment has been changing very radically, to a point where people born in each time span have very different principles and beliefs. 10 years ago, mobile internet speeds crawl. And 10 years ago before that, smartphones […] The post Kids Generation- What Shaped Tomorrow’s Shapers? appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • The 5 Benefits of Car Title Loans

    Infographic Portal
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:11 am
    If you are looking for a loan that covers all the bases and offers you exactly what you’re looking for without any hitches, look no further. Car title loans offer a lot of benefits in a short amount of time, it’s no wonder they have become so popular on the lending market. 1 Easy Application The first advantage with title […] The post The 5 Benefits of Car Title Loans appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Simple Solar Energy Systems – Where To Go

    Pasquale6059
    26 Jul 2015 | 6:46 pm
    Solar homes are becoming more mainstream, as technology has become more higher. These solar panels may take you a great deal of money. You most likely have a calculator or look at that functions without batteries because it’s solar powered. In a newspaper published in Sept in the journal Development, the doctors clarify how they’ve created a system that can develop […] The post Simple Solar Energy Systems – Where To Go appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Home Remedies To Whitening Your Teeth!

    Infographic Portal
    24 Jul 2015 | 7:32 pm
    Who doesn’t want crystal white teeth? A dazzling smile can presents a nice self image and it certainly will boost up your confidence! There are many teeth whitening methods available nowadays. At-home whitening kits are like whitening strips, toothpaste, bleaching gel, pen and more. In-office treatments are clinic procedures where dentists use laser and bleaching gel to correct teeth discoloration. […] The post Home Remedies To Whitening Your Teeth! appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
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  • What does your car say about you?

    Infographic Portal
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:55 am
    In their latest infographic, British car dealership Motorparks has aimed to dismiss the various stereotypes that exist in the motoring world by getting to the bottom of what a make of car really says about the driver. The top seven best-selling car manufacturers across the UK were used for the research, with insightful and interesting information gathered from YouGov Profiler, […] The post What does your car say about you? appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Kids Generation- What Shaped Tomorrow’s Shapers?

    Infographic Portal
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:44 pm
    Are you born in the 80’s, the 90’s, or the new millennium? Although these generations are just a decade apart from one another, our environment has been changing very radically, to a point where people born in each time span have very different principles and beliefs. 10 years ago, mobile internet speeds crawl. And 10 years ago before that, smartphones […] The post Kids Generation- What Shaped Tomorrow’s Shapers? appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • The 5 Benefits of Car Title Loans

    Infographic Portal
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:11 am
    If you are looking for a loan that covers all the bases and offers you exactly what you’re looking for without any hitches, look no further. Car title loans offer a lot of benefits in a short amount of time, it’s no wonder they have become so popular on the lending market. 1 Easy Application The first advantage with title […] The post The 5 Benefits of Car Title Loans appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Simple Solar Energy Systems – Where To Go

    Pasquale6059
    26 Jul 2015 | 6:46 pm
    Solar homes are becoming more mainstream, as technology has become more higher. These solar panels may take you a great deal of money. You most likely have a calculator or look at that functions without batteries because it’s solar powered. In a newspaper published in Sept in the journal Development, the doctors clarify how they’ve created a system that can develop […] The post Simple Solar Energy Systems – Where To Go appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Home Remedies To Whitening Your Teeth!

    Infographic Portal
    24 Jul 2015 | 7:32 pm
    Who doesn’t want crystal white teeth? A dazzling smile can presents a nice self image and it certainly will boost up your confidence! There are many teeth whitening methods available nowadays. At-home whitening kits are like whitening strips, toothpaste, bleaching gel, pen and more. In-office treatments are clinic procedures where dentists use laser and bleaching gel to correct teeth discoloration. […] The post Home Remedies To Whitening Your Teeth! appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
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  • ZingChart-React Components

    ZingChart Team
    20 Jul 2015 | 1:56 pm
    Last month we created an article on how to integrate ZingChart into a React application. We walked through the basics of how React works and the patterns you can follow to create dynamic charts that utilize React’s lifecycle. This month, we are taking it a step further by releasing our own set of React components! […] The post ZingChart-React Components appeared first on Dataviz Blog.
  • 4 Steps to Better Dashboard Design

    Chloe Boylan
    16 Jul 2015 | 2:42 pm
    This week we read Lillian Pierson’s Data Science for Dummies. Pierson is a data science consultant and engineer, and she has assembled a trove of useful information, tips, and tutorials. The dashboard design chapter inspired us to make an eCommerce dashboard using ZingChart. Read on to see how our newest demo adheres to Pierson’s best […] The post 4 Steps to Better Dashboard Design appeared first on Dataviz Blog.
  • Summer ’15 JavaScript and Dataviz Digest

    Chloe Boylan
    7 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    June was a busy month for the ZingChart team. We’ve been building cool new demos, developing third party integrations, and adding new features. Let’s take a look at some of these recent developments, as well as some of the impressive activity in the JavaScript and dataviz communities. JavaScript and Dataviz Links of Interest JavaScript News […] The post Summer ’15 JavaScript and Dataviz Digest appeared first on Dataviz Blog.
  • ZingChart + Your Framework or Database

    Chloe Boylan
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:21 pm
    Here at ZingChart, we understand demos are important, and not just for new users. Long-term ZingChart users also rely on demos. Whether you’re discovering new features or learning the ins and outs of one feature in particular, a working example is almost always guaranteed to be more helpful than a blob of text. That’s why […] The post ZingChart + Your Framework or Database appeared first on Dataviz Blog.
  • Adding Interactive Charts in Backbone.js

    Patrick Rodee
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:45 am
    While there is plenty of buzz about “hot new” JavaScript frameworks, Backbone.js. remains a solid option for web applications. Released in 2010, Backbone is one of the oldest modern  (relatively speaking) front-end frameworks. It is also tiny in comparison to Angular, Ember, and React: only 7.3kb, minified and gzipped. It’s sole dependency, Underscore, is 5.7kb, […] The post Adding Interactive Charts in Backbone.js appeared first on Dataviz Blog.
 
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  • Finally, Google Begins Rolling Out Panda 4.2 Is Here After Waiting Almost 10 Months

    Arunshory M
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Google says Search Engine Land that Panda refresh began this weekend, and many of you may not have noticed because this rollout is happening incredibly slowly. Google also said that the update can take two months to fully roll out because it will slowly impact your site. Google’s Panda algorithm is designed to prevent sites with poor-quality content from working their way into Google’s top search results. This is still a site-wide algorithm. So immediately you cannot see a change in some of your web pages. The previous Panda refresh was on September 25, 2014 and labeled Panda 4.1. The…
  • Infographic: How to Improve Your Facebook Page’s Organic Reach

    Arunshory M
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:13 am
    Does it feel like your Facebook engagement and reach start to slow down? That is easy to point the blame at the Facebook News Feed algorithm and although Facebook’s algorithm might be responsible for such a change to some extent. According to Ogilvy, organic reach for brands on Facebook has seen a shocking 49% drop from peak levels in October 2013. Assume there is nothing you can do to back this trend; there are actually a few ways to get back some organic reach for your page. The infographic below from Quick Sprout to learn some actionable tips for combating the effects of Facebook’s…
  • The 7 Great Tips For Redesigning A Logo

    Arunshory M
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:01 pm
    When you redesign a logo, you might want to take a look at the following infographic. The folks at Company Folders have created an infographic, folder boutique, which detail some of the positive examples that you can emulate for inspiration. Now that you’ve seen what not to do when redesigning a logo, here I’ve listed some famous companies that got it right explore from this infographic. Fandango The Fandango logo is now much more than meets the eye. The “F” for Fandango has always been a ticket stub, but now there’s a second letter “F” made from the negative space. It creates…
  • Infographic: 20 Productivity Apps to Keep You on Task

    Arunshory M
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:29 am
    We all want more time to finish our work, handle uninteresting tasks and check off items from our ever expanding to-dos. The problem is the day is no longer, and our responsibility is ever growing. This infographic rounded up twenty productivity apps can give you — and, yes, your boss, too — a leg up on putting your most organized, efficient professional foot forward. So take a deep breath and know you’re one step closer to getting the most out of each day, with more time to dedicate to what matters most to you. You can also use efficiency apps to sharpen your focus before a big…
  • Dreamweaver, Photoshop, After Effects & More: Your Cheat Sheet for Adobe Keyboard Shortcuts [Infographic]

    Arunshory M
    13 Jun 2015 | 5:53 am
    Adobe has implemented a ton of keyword shortcuts designed to help speed up the process so you can get your social images, infographics, videos, or ebooks out faster. Designers, here’s a useful cheat sheet that will come in handy the next time you’re editing files in Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Fireworks, Flash, Premiere Pro, and After Effects. Check out the infographic below from Setupablogtoday.com, which contains over 100 keyboard shortcuts for seven of the most frequently used Adobe Creative Cloud programs. Additionally here I’ve listed three bonus cheat sheet for Dreamweaver,…
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