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  • 20 Authors Who Wrote Under A Pseudonym

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    Daniel
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:38 am
    Undoubtedly one of the best childhood pastimes is reading. Bedtime stories told by our parents and elderly are a great way to make every person relaxing. Nowadays, reading is sometimes neglected by children and teenagers because of all available cutting-edge technologies. However, electronic books changed the negative tendency, and more and more people tend to read e-books these days. Of course, readers have their favourite books and authors. Nevertheless, very few people know that some of the most influential authors wrote their compelling books under a pseudonym. This infographic shows 20…
  • This Stress Ball Gives You Directions

    Power of Data Visualization
    3 Sep 2015 | 7:47 am
    There’s nothing more frustrating than getting lost in a city you’re not familiar with, but there’s nothing more embarrassing than wandering around with a tourist map. Even in today’s tech age, your apps can turn against you, like the time my phone’s GPS started embarrassingly screaming directions while I was walking through a hip NY neighborhood. Via - Visualnews
  • The Psychology of Colors in Marketing

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    Randy
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:29 am
    The Psychology of Colors in Marketing infographic is a comprehensive guide to what a colors means in marketing materials. The infographic, created by Homestead, not only covers the meanings of the colors but how to use contrast and the intensity as well. The last bit gives examples of how big corporations use the colors to their advantage. Do you feel inexplicably calm when surrounded by a sea of blue water or a forest of green trees? Perhaps you feel a slight agitation when looking at a red stop sign or stop light? The reality is that color has a powerful psychological impact - and that…
  • How to Think Visually

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    Randy
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:00 am
    How to Think Visually Using Visual Analogies infographic from Anna Vital gives a great variety of examples for anyone to use when you create your own graphics. It begins with the most recognizable visuals, circle graphs and diagrams. Further down are abstract analogies. They are reminiscent of physical objects, but they are simplified and abstract. Next, we have regular analogies that look like the physical objects you are familiar with. The final category are allegories. These are stories, or a series of analogies. The key is that these stories are familiar enough that we…
  • 42 Technologies to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

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    Daniel
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:57 am
    This infographic is designed to help you compare eco-friendly products and materials at a glance. Saves you trawling the internet. So, this infographic shows how to make your home more eco-friendly. Smart tech is defined by its ability to connect via WiFi to other devices and its ability to learn as it goes along. But how can this new technology be used to make your home more eco-friendly? In the infographic below lists several heating apps, insulators, smart LED light bulbs and solar panels. What is more, the following infographic illustrates eco shower heads, smart eco washing machines and…
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    Cool Infographics

  • The Psychology of Colors in Marketing

    Randy
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:29 am
    The Psychology of Colors in Marketing infographic is a comprehensive guide to what a colors means in marketing materials. The infographic, created by Homestead, not only covers the meanings of the colors but how to use contrast and the intensity as well. The last bit gives examples of how big corporations use the colors to their advantage. Do you feel inexplicably calm when surrounded by a sea of blue water or a forest of green trees? Perhaps you feel a slight agitation when looking at a red stop sign or stop light? The reality is that color has a powerful psychological impact - and that…
  • The Science of Instagram

    Randy
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    The Science of Instagram by Dan Zarrella is a study on 1.5 million photos on Instagram about which photos get more likes and comments.  If you want to see data like this about your account specifically, check out the Instagram analytics tool I released: PicStats.com When I’m speaking at a conference, one of the most common questions I’m asked is what do I think the future of social media is. I’m not great at distant future predicting, but I do believe the story of the present and near-future of social media is visual content. From the impact of images and…
  • How to Think Visually

    Randy
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:00 am
    How to Think Visually Using Visual Analogies infographic from Anna Vital gives a great variety of examples for anyone to use when you create your own graphics. It begins with the most recognizable visuals, circle graphs and diagrams. Further down are abstract analogies. They are reminiscent of physical objects, but they are simplified and abstract. Next, we have regular analogies that look like the physical objects you are familiar with. The final category are allegories. These are stories, or a series of analogies. The key is that these stories are familiar enough that we…
  • What Exactly Is The "Internet of Things"?

    Randy
    31 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    What Exactly Is The "Internet of Things"? is a good infographic primer of the coming storm we call the IoT. Designed in partnership by both Postscapes and Harbor Research. Over the last several years, stories of the technologies making up an Internet of Things have started to slip into public consciousness. As this is occurring, we believe the whole story of Smart Systems and the Internet of Things is not being told. Many of the dispatches coming in from the “front lines” of technology innovation are but fragments of a much larger narrative. From our perspective, this story…
  • Strata+Hadoop World NYC 2015 Discount

    Randy
    25 Aug 2015 | 11:55 am
    If you want to attend the Strata+Hadoop World conference in New York City on September 29-October 1, 2015, make sure you use the discount code "AFF20" for 20% off the registration price! This code is available to Cool Infographics readers as part of my partnership with O'Reilly and I want to make sure everyone knows it's available! Last year the conference sold out, so don't wait too long! Strata + Hadoop World is the biggest data conference in the world, and it shows. The agenda is packed—take a look at what's new: New Keynotes—David Boyle, Katherine Milkman, Jeff Jonas, and…
 
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  • Be a tennis line judge: Interactive tests your skills

    Nathan Yau
    3 Sep 2015 | 9:44 am
    The job of a tennis line judge can be though when you have to judge the difference of a few millimeters as a ball speeds by. Sure, it's easy to complain about bad calls at home, where we get to see replays in slow motion, but it's more challenging in real life. The Wall Street Journal provides a bit of the experience with an interactive game. Watch video clips from a line judge's point of view, and try to make the right call. Tags: game, tennis, Wall Street Journal
  • Immigrant America

    Nathan Yau
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:44 am
    Similar in spirit to dot density maps we've seen before, this one from Kyle Walker, an assistant professor of geography at Texas Christian University, uses immigrant data from the American Community Survey to show the makeup of immigrant America. Each dot represents approximately 20 immigrants in that Census tract from a given region, and the dots are placed randomly within Census tracts. The project was inspired by other interactive dot map implementations including The Racial Dot Map at the University of Virginia; Ken Schwenke’s Where the renters are; and Robert Manduca’s Where Are The…
  • Lessons from the Student’s Dilemma, the extra credit version of the Prisoner’s

    Nathan Yau
    2 Sep 2015 | 1:00 am
    Dylan Selterman, a psychology lecturer at the University of Maryland, presents the above problem—a variation of the Prisoner's Dilemma—as extra credit on his exams. He's done this since 2008, but a student recently posted a picture of the question and it spread through the networks of social media. The question amuses, but naturally, it evokes another: How do students answer? For Quartz, Selterman describes the results and the overarching moral lessons we can learn from them. It’s important to note that most students in my class (around 80% each semester) end up choosing two…
  • 8 years of dating as a chart

    Nathan Yau
    1 Sep 2015 | 1:00 am
    Robin We recollected her dating record over the past eight years, and made a simple chart to show the data. Purple represents an established relationship, green represents a causal one, and black lines represent first dates. Darker shades of purple and green represent days We saw the corresponding person in real life. The short anecdotes for each record make it. Tags: dating
  • Members Only: How to Make Maps in R That Include Alaska and Hawaii

    Nathan Yau
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:01 am
    The conterminous United States always gets the attention, while Alaska and Hawaii are often left out. It is time to bring them back into view.Continue reading →
 
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    Sankey Diagrams

  • Visualizing Internal and External Heat Flow

    phineas
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:45 am
    This post on the Transsolar ‘Green & Sexy’ blog features two Sankey diagrams. The “climate engineers” at Transsolar use them to model heat flows inside a building based on outside temperature and solar radiation. No absolute values are given in these demo Sankey diagrams, but one can still get a general idea by observing proportions. Flows are color-coded with solor radiation in yellow, convection in blue, and heat losses in red. [See image gallery at www.sankey-diagrams.com] The second Sankey diagram shown is a timeline made 24 frames – one per hour over a…
  • French Regional Energy Scenario 2050

    phineas
    26 Aug 2015 | 6:07 am
    After many national energy flow balances, some of which I have presented here on the blog, energy flow balances on a regional level are now coming out of France. Benoît Thévard who writes on the ‘Avenir Sans Petrol’ blog (a French version of Peak Oil) has an interesting post on ‘Un scénario de transition énergétique citoyen pour la Région Centre’ (translated: An civil energy transition scenario for the Central Region). It summarizes a report published March 2015 by VEN Virage Energie Centre-Val de Loire. The report features two Sankey diagrams. The first on page…
  • India Energy Flows 2031 Scenario

    phineas
    20 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    I have often wondered why we don’t see more Sankey diagrams coming out of India. With a population of 1.252 billion and a solid engineering education (according to AICTE 2011/2012 report: 3495 degree-granting engineering colleges in India with an annual enrollment crossing 1.2 million, 16% of Indian students take an engineering/technology course, number of graduates from technical colleges was over 700,000 in 2011) I would have expected more. Maybe it is just because I don’t know how to read and write in Hindi, to look for the right term. This should be Sankey diagram in Hindi…
  • GHG Emissions of Energy from Biogas Plant

    phineas
    14 Aug 2015 | 3:36 am
    An article by Bachmaier, Hans; Effenberger, Mathias and Gronauer, Andreas in German agricultural technology publication ‘Landtechnik’ 65 (2010), no. 3, pp. 208-212 describes how “for ten agricultural biogas plants, a detailed balance of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and cumulated energy demand (CED) was calculated”. Below is the Sankey diagram for plant E that has the “best GHG balance of all ten plants with net savings of 85 g CO2-eq per kWh el. Characteristics are a high share of poultry manure in the input saves energy for crop production; no additional…
  • Rare Earths Use, Alluvial Diagram

    phineas
    12 Aug 2015 | 6:05 am
    While brosing this presentation by Thomas E. Graedel, Yale University, Center for Industrial Ecology with the provocative title ‘Rare Earths and Other Scarce Metals: Technologically Vital but Usually Thrown Away’ I discovered the following distribution (aka alluvial) diagram. It was originally published in the article ‘Uncovering the end uses of the rare earth elements’ by X Du, TE Graedel in Science of the Total Environment, 2013 (pp. 781-784) [See image gallery at www.sankey-diagrams.com] The diagram is best read from right-to-left: The right column shows ten rare…
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    Cartogrammar

  • City of Angles

    Andy Woodruff
    17 Aug 2015 | 10:47 am
    INT. APARTMENT IN CAMBRIDGE MASS Andy is being yelled at by someone less familiar with the region for never mentioning (apparently in an act of deliberate deception) that the area across the river from his home is part of Boston. You see, he always refers to it by its neighborhood name, Allston, which made it sound like a separate town. The scene above got me thinking about the geography of place name hierarchies. I speak of locations in Boston almost exclusively according to particular neighborhood names because from my perspective “Boston” is too broad and unhelpful. It might…
  • How to make a value-by-alpha map

    Andy Woodruff
    25 Feb 2015 | 10:47 am
    Last week, Josh Stevens published a superb how-to guide for making bivariate choropleth maps, something not directly supported in most GIS applications. Go read it. I’ll wait here. Josh included a mention of value-by-alpha maps, a pet technique of some colleagues and me. It boils down to a specific type of bivariate choropleth map, in which one variable is intended as a weight for the other and is symbolized by opacity. The idea is offered as an alternative to cartograms—a way to give more visual weight to more significant entities, and suppress less significant ones. Recent examples…
  • #tbt: My first map

    Andy Woodruff
    5 Feb 2015 | 8:00 am
    On a recent dull evening, I went digging for forgotten treasures on an old laptop. This is always good for a laugh and a tear (the latter because my a-hole younger self left photos right on the desktop seemingly to say, hey future self, you loser, remember when you had all this hair?), but the real mission was, as always… maps! The computer is from my grad school days in Wisconsin, 2005–2007, but it also has files from my undergraduate days at Ohio Wesleyan University, 2001–2005. Here’s a grab bag of a few treasures found. Let’s begin at the end. Treasure 1:…
  • A blizzard of purple

    Andy Woodruff
    27 Jan 2015 | 10:24 am
    The blizzard of doom was impending. The French Toast Alert siren was blaring. But I wasn’t home in Boston to witness the fun. So, what else to do but look at all the snowfall prediction maps? Meteorology is a bastion of the rainbow color scheme. The bigger the storm, the more maps. And the more maps, the more colors! It gets especially fun when sequential maps need to extend beyond their usual range. (Remember when Australia was so hot that they had to add a new color?) Perhaps that was a factor in this storm, since the amount of snow was predicted to be unusually high for the affected…
  • On practical cartography

    Andy Woodruff
    28 Oct 2014 | 8:25 am
    Another carto-year has come to a close. A carto-year is measured from October to October, or more specifically, between NACIS conferences. If you’re not a NACIS regular, come to a few meetings and you’ll understand. It’s the New Year’s Eve of cartography—an intellectual, visual, and social celebration of mapping that at once exhausts you and leaves you excited for things to come. Maptober road trip. “Map selfie” by Mike Foster. It seems that the theme of my carto-year was practical cartography: those everyday details of working with data, using software,…
 
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    Junk Charts

  • A not-so-satisfying rose

    junkcharts
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:54 am
    At the conference in Bavaria, Jay Emerson asked participants to provide comments on the data visualization of the 2014 Environmental Performance Index (link). We looked at the country profiles in particular. Here is one for Singapore: The main object of interest here is the "rose chart." To understand it, we need to know the methodology behind the index. The index is a weighted average of nine sub-indices, as shown in the table at the bottom. In many cases, the sub-index is itself an average of sub-sub-indices. These lower-level indices measure the distance between a country's…
  • Losing count of money bags

    junkcharts
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    I found this chart on a Munich publication called Süddeutsche Zeitung. This appeared during the most recent Greek/Euro crisis. The bags of money were financial obligations that were coming due from June 2015 to December 2015. There were three creditors, indicated by red, blue and gray. This graphic answers one question well: individual debt obligations for a given month and given creditor. However, by privileging these details, the chart fails to convey cumulative totals well - readers have to make calculations in their heads. In the revision, I wanted to convey two key messages: the total…
  • When in Seattle, don't look for the bus map

    junkcharts
    19 Aug 2015 | 5:37 am
    The past week in Seattle, I was blessed with amazing weather. The city has great coffee and restaurants, so pleased me alright. But Seattle-ites, please tell your government to burn your transit map presto!  I tried looking at the map three or four times, and each time, my eyes were burning so much from the colors, the details, the lack of labels, the general confusion that I gave up. Yes, that's the worst thing an information graphics designer wants to hear - the reader waves the white flag. How do you make sense of that? In the excerpt below, I labeled with black boxes my desired…
  • Reimagining the league table

    junkcharts
    17 Aug 2015 | 5:24 am
    The reason for the infrequent posting is my travel schedule. I spent the past week in Seattle at JSM. This is an annual meeting of statisticians. I presented some work on fantasy football data that I started while writing Numbersense. For my talk, I wanted to present the ubiquitous league table in a more useful way. The league table is a table of results and relevant statistics, at the team level, in a given sports league, usually ordered by the current winning percentage. Here is an example of ESPN's presentation of the NFL end-of-season league table from 2014. If you want to know weekly…
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    Visual Business Intelligence

  • Graphical Journalists Should, First and Foremost, Be Journalists

    Stephen Few
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:03 pm
    It annoys me when I see poor journalistic infographics, in part, because I value journalism and I hate to see it done ineffectively. Good news organizations take the quality of their journalist’s writing seriously. Journalists and their editors work hard to produce news stories that are accurate, clear, and compelling. Those who can’t write effectively lose their jobs. So, why is it that some of the same publications that take great pains to produce well-written articles don’t bat an eye when they produce infographics that are inaccurate or unnecessarily difficult to understand? Take…
  • Mind the Gap or Die

    Stephen Few
    18 Aug 2015 | 2:27 pm
    Many books have been written in recent years about our brains—how they evolved, how they work, how they often fail us, how they sometimes serve us in a blink with little effort, and how they differ from the brains of other animals. Neuroscientists and psychologists in particular have fascinated us with advances in our understanding of the human brain. This emerging understanding reveals a challenge that we must face and overcome to preserve our species. Our brains evolved primarily to survive as hunter-gatherers on the African savannah, which was straightforward and simple. Not simple in…
  • Registration open for 2016 Advanced U.S. Workshops

    Bryan Pierce
    14 Aug 2015 | 4:25 pm
    This blog entry was written by Bryan Pierce of Perceptual Edge. Registration is now open for the Stephen Few’s two advanced U.S. workshops. If you’ve already read Stephen’s introductory books or attended his introductory courses and are looking for a way to improve your dashboard design or visual data analysis skills further, these workshops provide a a great way to do so: Signal: Understanding What Matters in a World of Noise in Berkeley, CA on Jan. 25-26, 2016 Advanced Dashboard Design Workshop in Berkeley, CA on Jan. 27-29, 2016 Each of these workshops will only be…
  • It Takes More than a Good Name (or including ‘Good’ in your name)

    Stephen Few
    8 Aug 2015 | 9:32 am
    Let me begin by explaining the title of this piece. I recently ran across a blog article about something called the “Data Visualization Competency Center (DVCC).” Given the fact that I spend my time helping people develop data visualization competency, this caught my interest. As I read the article, I found myself saying “Yes” to a few of the author’s points, but I had to take a detour when I read that the DVCC was sponsored by a cloud-based business intelligence (BI) service provider named “GoodData.” This company was not on my radar, so I quickly accessed its website to get a…
  • How Scalable Do Analytics Solutions Need to Be?

    Stephen Few
    6 Aug 2015 | 11:40 am
    While being briefed on a product earlier this week, the company’s founder and I agreed on one point only: most of the people who are currently tasked with data analysis lack the skills that are required to do the work. He and I, however, imagine conflicting solutions to this problem. He believes that technology must come to the rescue by doing the work for these people who can’t do it for themselves. I believe that even the best technologies cannot do the work of skilled data analysts and that the problem can only be effectively addressed by helping people develop analytical skills. He…
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    Info Graphics Pool

  • Syria crisis: UK aid infographic 3 Sept 2015

    3 Sep 2015 | 5:53 am
    DFID - UK Department for International Development has added a photo to the pool: Syria crisis: UK aid infographic - latest version as of 20 Aug 2015. The UK government has now committed over £900 million in response to the humanitarian crisis in Syria and neighbouring countries. More info on UK aid: www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_d...
  • Syria crisis: UK aid infographic 3 Sept 2015

    3 Sep 2015 | 5:52 am
    DFID - UK Department for International Development has added a photo to the pool: Syria crisis: UK aid infographic - latest version as of 20 Aug 2015. The UK government has now committed over £900 million in response to the humanitarian crisis in Syria and neighbouring countries. More info on UK aid: www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_d...
  • Syria crisis: UK aid infographic 3 Sept 2015 - Arabic

    3 Sep 2015 | 5:52 am
    DFID - UK Department for International Development has added a photo to the pool: Syria crisis: UK aid infographic - latest version as of 20 Aug 2015. The UK government has now committed over £900 million in response to the humanitarian crisis in Syria and neighbouring countries. More info on UK aid: www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_d...
  • The History Handout - GPS

    3 Sep 2015 | 3:41 am
    I'm In Coupons has added a photo to the pool: The origins of your favorite pair of GPS in under 30 seconds! Did you know that GPS was inspired by the launch of the Soviet spacecraft Sputnik.This educational series is brought to you by www.imin.com and www.imin.com/store-coupons/advance-auto-parts/
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    2 Sep 2015 | 9:59 pm
    adolfo.arranz has added a photo to the pool:
 
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    Infographic World

  • Stephen Colbert: A Timeline of The Truthiest American Ever

    admin
    2 Sep 2015 | 8:37 am
    Move over late night television and make room for Stephen Colbert. Midnight TV watchers have a lot to look forward to with this fellow. He’s liable to say anything, and who knows how far off the deep he’ll go with guests. One things for sure; with Stephen Colbert, the Late Show is bound to be a hit.   Born in 1964, the comedian is the youngest of 11 siblings. He began his career in 1988 with the Second City Comedy Tour, and went on to write and appear on “The Dana Carvey Show” in 1996. He got his big break in 1997 when he began writing for “Good Morning…
  • 9 Simple Ways to Add Visual Appeal to Your Content

    Tonya Wells
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
      When most people hear the term visual content marketing, they automatically think of product or explainer videos. Now, those are certainly great examples, but there are several other ways to market your content visually, and in fact, it’s best to diversify your methods. You want customers to remain interested in your brand, and to anticipate your next creative piece. Here are some familiar, and perhaps some not so familiar ways to add visuals to your content marketing arsenal. Video Video is a powerful marketing tool. Whether it’s a short piece focused on how your company…
  • 20 Must Read Slideshare Presentations on Content Marketing

    Tonya Wells
    17 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Effective content is an essential part of any online marketing strategy. We’ve tracked down 20 powerful SlideShare PowerPoint presentations that cover this topic in detail. The Content Marketing Imperative Content marketing is not just blogging helpful tips and tricks. It also includes sharing compelling stories that readers are drawn to. This SlideShare covers the importance of storytelling, and how audiences engage with this type of material; a great piece to reference when building a brand. The Content Marketing Imperative – NewsCred Content Summit Summit 9-18 from Michael…
  • Micro Content: Capturing Readers with Short Attention Spans

    Tonya Wells
    13 Aug 2015 | 1:59 am
    Face it-not everyone that visits your website is interested in thoroughly reading your 2000 word articles. In fact, most people don’t actually read them, but they instead skim through and pick up bits and pieces of key information. This is done for either one of two reasons, one being that the reader just doesn’t have time. The other, and more common reason, is that their attention span just won’t allow them to. When you’re dealing with the latter, it’s important to be able to deliver content in a direct manner, and this means keeping it short and sweet. Here are…
  • 10 Examples Of Effective Video Marketing

    Tonya Wells
    11 Aug 2015 | 10:04 am
    Video marketing is effective, regardless as to what type of business you operate. Both animated pieces and live action productions attract views and interest, and the type of video you produce varies according to your company, and the message you want to deliver. Let’s look at some video marketing examples across several facets of business to get an idea of how you can implement this into your marketing strategy. Healthcare Smart RX Systems One minute and fifty seconds is all it took for this pharmacy group to show how they are a few steps ahead of their competitors. It’s short…
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    Daily Infographic

  • Programming Languages Through the Years

    Tim
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    The ongoing advancement of coding languages means that trained programmers are in high demand. Employment growth for computer programmers is expected to keep pace with the national average at 8 percent.
  • From Ink To Inbound: The History Of Marketing

    Tim
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    From the very first radio ad in 1922 to the age of the Internet, marketing has responded to consumer behavior and moved deftly from trend to trend. Take a look to see where marketing is now, as well as just how far it has come.
  • A Propotional Look at the World’s Languages

    Sharla
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    Get the proportional downlow on the 23 most popular mother tongues on Planet Earth.
  • Get You Some London Facts

    Sharla
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    Being a city that the Romans settled 1,972 years ago comes with some perks, like how there's been a lot of time for cool stuff to happen within your borders.
  • 10 Pretty Perfect Bridal Shower Games

    Shelly
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    I feel like every month, one of my friends on Facebook are tying the knot. I have already been a part of one wedding as a Maid-of-Honor, and boy did that open my eyes. Weddings are no joke. When planning a wedding, organization is key. I searched and scrolled through several wedding blogs to figure out […]
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    Submit Infographics

  • Infographic: The Relationship Between Binge Drinking and Depression

    Lucy
    24 Aug 2015 | 2:42 pm
    Click to Enlarge Via DARA Rehab 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 DARA Rehab View Other Infographics DARA Rehab submitted this infographic along with a brief description: We recently created an infographic “The Relationship Between Binge Drinking and Depression.” As the title describes, we go through the different types of depression and the negative effects of alcohol in the mix. We offer informative statistics as well as…
  • Infographic: The Growing Need for a Cannabis Dispensary Security Plan

    Lucy
    20 Aug 2015 | 3:04 pm
    Click to Enlarge Via Bulbulyan Consulting Group 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 Bulbulyan Consulting Group View Other Infographics Bulbulyan Consulting Group submitted this infographic to us! It reviews the security issues that are arising as marijuana dispensaries become more common. A mix of typography, charts, and icons help to tell the story. Prevalent marijuana imagery helps reestablish the topic visually. The information is…
  • Infographic: 5 Simple Steps to the Best Psychic Reading Ever

    Lucy
    4 Aug 2015 | 8:13 am
    Click to Enlarge Via Psychic Elements 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 Psychic Elements View Other Infographics Psychic Elements sent us this infographic, giving 5 tips for consulting with a psychic. While the tips may be helpful, the viewer relies completely on text to get that information. The only visuals are a moon and symbol perhaps meant to evoke psychic powers, but the tips themselves have no visual context. The final couple of…
  • Infographic: The Strangest Sports Across The Globe

    Lucy
    31 Jul 2015 | 10:14 am
    Click to Enlarge Via Hart Sport 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 Hart Sport View Other Infographics Hart Sport sent us this infographic, along with a brief description: There are some pretty crazy sports across the globe, from Shin Kicking and Quidditch to Underwater Upside-Down Hockey. Some require immense skill, others require a great pain tolerance. Obviously these sports aren’t for everyone, if a more traditional sport is for…
  • Infographic: Which Social Media Personality Are You?

    Lucy
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:38 am
    Click to Enlarge Via Creare 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 Creare View Other Infographics Creare submitted this infographic about social media personalities! It’s a flow chart/quiz to determine what your social media habits mean, offering up advice in case you’re in need of some modifications to those habits. It can be a bit difficult to judge flow charts as infographics, because they often do need to rely on text…
 
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    Best Infographics

  • What Caffeine Does To Your Body {Infographic}

    cyrus
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:43 am
    Many of us drink coffee and tea on a daily basis to keep going. Have you ever wondered how caffeine affects your body? Business Insider has an infographic that covers what caffeine does to your body: The post What Caffeine Does To Your Body {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • 10 Ways To Lose Weight Without a Diet {Infographic}

    cyrus
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:40 am
    Losing weight is not easy for everyone. You don’t have to go on a crazy diet to lose weight though. Avoiding problematic foods and changing how fast you eat can help you get back on the right track. This infographic from Simple Supplements covers 10 tips to help you lose weight without dieting: The post 10 Ways To Lose Weight Without a Diet {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • Calories from Drinks {Infographic}

    cyrus
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:04 am
    Many of us buy and consume coffee and other drinks on a regular basis. Did you know that many of your favorite drinks have a ton of calories? This infographic from beveragelabels.net gives you an idea how many calories your favorite drink has to offer: The post Calories from Drinks {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • Which Indoor Plant Is Right For You? {Infographic}

    cyrus
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:44 am
    Growing houseplants has many benefits. They not only make your home look more elegant, they also purify your air. This infographic from Made gives you a better idea which indoor plants may be right for your home: The post Which Indoor Plant Is Right For You? {Infographic} appeared first on Best Infographics.
  • DIY Motorcycle Maintenance [Infographic]

    cyrus
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:40 am
    Bringing a motorcycle home is fun, but you need to spend time and effort to maintain it. You don’t always need a professional to look after your motorcycle though. This infographic from TitleMax.com covers a few DIY motorcycle maintenance tips: The post DIY Motorcycle Maintenance [Infographic] appeared first on Best Infographics.
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    The Infographics

  • Varsity Jackets: Media and Celebrities

    3 Sep 2015 | 3:44 am
    Here we have a great infographic that the people at Varsity City have put together offering lots of information about varsity jackets in the media including details about movie stars who have worn them, singers who have worn them and TV stars who have worn them.
  • Sons Of Anarchy and Their Bikes

    1 Sep 2015 | 6:36 am
    Here I have a quality infographic that has been featured on the Bikers Lock website all about the different motorcycles from the popular television show Sons of Anarchy. Learn all about Jax Teller's motorcycle, Tig Trager's motorcycle, Chris Telford's motorcycle and more by checking out this piece.
  • The Most Bizarre F1 Cars Of All Time

    26 Aug 2015 | 4:12 am
    Here is a quality infographic from the UK number plates website Platesbypost offering illustrations of some of the strangest Forumula 1 cars of all time. Check out pictures of the Brabham BT26, the Arrows A22, the Tyrrell P34 and many more.
  • Don Draper's Best Put Downs

    21 Aug 2015 | 6:05 am
    Here is a funny infographic from the Liverpool based design agency Glow New Media which delivers some of the finest Don Draper put downs from the amazing television show Mad Men.
  • The History of the Java Programming Language

    19 Aug 2015 | 8:57 am
    Are you interested in learning more about the history Java programming language? If you are then you will love this timeline infographic that has been featured in the B13 Technology blog. The infographic starts off back in 1991 when James Gosling decided to create a new language to code digital devices and goes all the way through to modern times.
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    ChartsBin's Latest updates

  • Time and Cost Involved in Registering Property

    3 Sep 2015 | 9:14 pm
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows registering property time and cost involved details by country. This topic examines the steps, time and cost involved in registering property, assuming a standardized case of an entrepreneur who wants to purchase land and a building that is already registered and free of title dispute. "Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
  • Domestic Assets by Country

    3 Sep 2015 | 10:45 am
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows domestic assets details by country. The value of overseas assets owned by a nation, minus the value of its domestic assets that are owned by foreigners, adjusted for changes in valuation and exchange rates. A nation's Net Foreign Assets (NFA) position is also defined as the cumulative change in its current account over time."Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
  • Garlic Yield by Country

    2 Sep 2015 | 9:19 pm
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows garlic yield details by country. Allium sativum, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion genus, Allium. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive, and rakkyo."Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
  • Net Barter Terms of Trade Index by Country

    2 Sep 2015 | 10:22 am
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows net barter terms of trade index details by country. The ratio between the prices of exports and imports is called the net barter terms of trade or as Viner puts it, "the commodity terms of trade." To express this symbolically:hat’s what happens when you only have a few school computers to use…"Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
  • Net Official Development Assistance by Country

    1 Sep 2015 | 9:23 pm
    (Click above image to see an interactive chart/map)This chart shows net official development assistance details by country. Net official development assistance (ODA) consists of disbursements of loans made on concessional terms (net of repayments of principal) and grants by official agencies of the members of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC), by multilateral institutions, and by non-DAC countries to promote economic development and welfare in countries and territories in the DAC list of ODA recipients. "Create your own interactive map - Get started now - ChartsBin.com"
 
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    Silk - Publish your data online - Blog

  • Silk’s layouts transform spreadsheets into captivating stories and reports

    26 Aug 2015 | 8:26 am
    Create striking web pages with dynamic charts, graphs, map, and images in minutes from Excel or Google Sheets. Silk lets you tell a captivating story from your data with new page layout options. Multi-column layouts and multiple background colors let anyone quickly build: Unique websites with embedded data visualizations Infographics Annual and quarterly reports Data portals for HR departments, PR teams, NGOs and Open Government The new Silk sections and layouts let you create living web pages that feature engaging data visualizations to tell your story. This makes Silk a superior alternative…
  • Webinar: Using Simple Visualizations to Accelerate Data Analysis (Sept. 17)

    24 Aug 2015 | 7:46 am
    Sign Up Here Our next webinar will be on  September 17 from 12–1 pm EDT / 9–10am PDT / 6–7pm CET. In this webinar, the Silk data team will show you how to visualize and analyze different datasets. We learned how to find good data in episode 1 and how to clean and enhance it in episode 2, we’ll use this final episode to show how to analyze the data quickly and easily using simple visualizations. Here is what you can expect: Not every dataset is the same, so we will examine different kinds of datasets We’ll explain how we look for patterns and outliers We’ll play with different…
  • From OMBD to Gender Data on Film Directors: How to Clean Data with Open Refine and Google Sheets (Tutorial)

    21 Aug 2015 | 6:16 am
    Note: This post is a recap/tutorial of a Silk Webinar on data collection and cleansing movie data from the Open Movie Database. In this post we’ll offer a step-by-step tutorial of how to: Use APIs to add movie information (such as plot, producing country and poster image) Use some Google Sheet advanced functions Handle JSON data with Open Refine and convert it to a spreadsheet Get you data clean through clustering and regex Automatically guess the gender of a name thanks to APIs Since we went through a lot of very cool stuff on data cleaning and enhancing yesterday, I wrote out the…
  • Sign up for our webinar about cleaning and enhancing data - this Wednesday (August 19th)

    14 Aug 2015 | 5:34 am
    Sign up to our webinar series here! After a succesful first edition, we present episode 2 of Silk’s Summer Webinars, on Cleaning and Enhancing Data. It will take place this Wednesday (August 19th), from 12-1 pm EDT / 9-10am PDT / 6-7pm CET. The webinar will focus on cleaning and enhancing data. We find that data almost never comes in perfect form. Cleaning the data for consistency and accuracy is required before turning that data into a real story. Alice Corona, another Silk in-house data journalist, is an expert in data cleaning. She’ll share all of her tips, tricks, and tools she uses…
  • We Collected 278 Patents Filed By NSA. Here’s What We Found Out.

    10 Aug 2015 | 9:03 am
    Details and images on almost 300 patents filed by the National Security Agency NSA patents are special: they never expire and they usually aren’t revealed to the public. Unless someone else files an identical patent application, that is. In that case, the NSA’s ownership is published by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). We’ve collected data made available by the USPTO to build a unified database of: 200 NSA patents publicly granted to the NSA and published on USPTO 78 NSA patents reported by Foreign Policy that didn’t show up when querying USPTO From game board designs to…
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    Power of Data Visualization

  • Care to Try a Pantone Smoothie?

    3 Sep 2015 | 7:50 am
    Hedvig Kushner is in the midst of a “delicious color experiment.” The Swedish art director and frequent ‘maker of smoothies’ noticed one day that mixing up a tasty drink was a lot like mixing paint. Just add a kiwi for some light green or a handful of raspberries for a pink hue. Could exact colors be created from carefully proportioned fruit, nuts and veggies? She wondered, “is it possible to create tasty smoothies in any Pantone color?” That’s the question Kushner is now exploring on her charming site Pantone Smoothies. For each drink she grabs a piece of colored paper from the…
  • This Stress Ball Gives You Directions

    3 Sep 2015 | 7:47 am
    There’s nothing more frustrating than getting lost in a city you’re not familiar with, but there’s nothing more embarrassing than wandering around with a tourist map. Even in today’s tech age, your apps can turn against you, like the time my phone’s GPS started embarrassingly screaming directions while I was walking through a hip NY neighborhood. Via - Visualnews
  • Watch an Award-Winning Student Animation of Robots Mining on a Desolate Planet

    3 Sep 2015 | 7:45 am
    Jack Anderson spent about a year just rendering his tale of a chance encounter between two robots mining on a desolate planet. It was worth the wait. He told Reddit about the Student Academy Award nominated sci-fi short, noting that it was produced with a $0 budget, but thousands of hours of work while an undergraduate at Chapman University. In fact, each of the highly detailed frames took something like 30 minutes to render (or 12 hours a second and a month for a minute). That’s what happens when you only have a few school computers to use… Via - Visualnews
  • This Librarian Bicycles Around San Francisco Towing a Miniature Library With Free Books

    2 Sep 2015 | 10:21 am
    School librarian Alicia Tapia is on a mission to spread the love of reading. Knowing the important influence books can have on literacy and learning she started towing a miniature library around San Francisco in 2013. She calls her creation Bibliobicicleta. Via - Visualnews.
  • Google’s Logo Gets its First Major Update in 16 Years

    2 Sep 2015 | 10:20 am
    If you haven’t already noticed, Google’s logo just got a MAJOR update. Gone are the old and iconic serif letters and in their place are six sleek sans-serif examples. While impressively small updates have made headlines in the past, this new update blows them all away. Via - Visualnews
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    Reprographics 101 (more than you ever wanted to know about the reprographics industry)

  • Memjet Sues HP Over Single-Pass Inkjet Head

    Joel Salus
    17 Aug 2015 | 10:03 am
    Noticed this post on the IRgA blog:http://www.irga.com/blogs/Repro-Industry-News/memjet-sues-hp-over-single-pass-inkjet-head/ This one will prove very interesting to watch as developments in the case proceed.
  • 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…
 
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    ellipticalpointofview

  • Artists Online: Miik Green as a Case Study [Presentation]

    natacha suttor
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:01 am
    Artists Online: Miik Green As Case Study aka What happens when an Artist/Researcher and Social/Digital Marketing Analyst start talking about artists’ digital & social media presences? Presentation for Art Talks – Studio Night, Thursday 3 September, held at Miik Green’s Studio in Perth, Western Australia. Provides an overview of Miik’s online presences, specifically his social media presences and discuss the delineations between them and Miik’s different, yet interlinked, identities as: Artist, Researcher , etc. Explores the rationale for the delineations, the…
  • Don’t put all your eggs in one basket: Researchers on Twitter

    natacha suttor
    24 Mar 2015 | 3:55 am
    I wanted to give some perspective to the amounts of profiles retrieved in my post on finding researchers by searching the bio on their Twitter Profile. If you run a similar search on LinkedIn, where you’re searching the profiles of LinkedIn members’, there are significant differences in the counts of profiles received (see table of results, below). Counts of Profiles retrieved across platforms For Followerwonk and LinkedIn, I’ve broken this down into all profiles and those with an Australian location for a comparison: Taken: 22/3/2015 Twitter: Aussie Twitter Search Twitter:…
  • Finding Researchers on Twitter: Searching By Tweet (Content)

    natacha suttor
    22 Mar 2015 | 11:00 pm
    I’ve covered finding researchers by their Twitter Profile, Finding Researchers on Twitter: By Profile, so it’s time to look at finding tweets (and therefore people tweeting) by the content they share (tweet) and how to set up alerts for tweets. With the character limit on Twitter Bios, it’s likely that you will also find profiles to follow based on the content they share. Factoring in the content shared by profiles, in terms of type and frequency, gives you an idea of the quality of the profile you’re reviewing: Are they only retweeting others? Are they retweeting…
  • Finding Researchers on Twitter: Searching By Profile (Bio)

    natacha suttor
    22 Mar 2015 | 2:51 am
    I’ll be giving a presentation on Twitter (and researchers on social media in general) to a bunch of computer security researchers, this week. One of the things I’ll be discussing is how to find people (profiles) on Twitter. And not just any people, people who are either: Tweeting about areas you’re researching Researching in areas you’re also researching I break this down as: Finding By Content: e.g. the content they are sharing Finding By Profile: e.g. the information in their Twitter Bio This post is on Finding By Profile, so using tools available to search peoples…
  • A Tale of 4 Researchers, a PhD Candidate and Me: If being found is important…consider where your profiles rank

    natacha suttor
    30 Apr 2014 | 6:42 am
    Given we’ve looked at the membership of popular professional, academic and researcher focused social platforms, it’s time to consider other factors that should come in to play when you prioritise what platforms to join. A crucial factor should be what platforms are likely to rank well in search results when people search for you. Basically: adding researcher and academic focused platforms to the hierarchy BrandYourself identified in its 2012 infographic about getting higher Google search results. In the BrandYourself infographic, the only professional profile focused platform was…
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    News I Like

  • How Smartphones driving Enterprise Mobility in India

    Bharat Prajapati
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:24 am
    News I Like - The India enterprise mobility market is expected to grow from US$ 1.7 billion in 2015 to US$ 2.3 billion in 2017. This radical growth is due to the explosion of smartphone users in India and the time they spend on the internet. Below is an infographic with some interesting data points on smartphone usage in India, what it means for leading ecommerce players, as well as smartphone vendor share in the country. [source: vmware] News I Like -
  • 5 Ways Real Estate Agents Can Make Their Clients’ Moves Easier

    Bharat Prajapati
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:13 am
    News I Like - In the 21st century people are more transient than ever before. Moving is often categorized as one of the more stressful life events, so MoveEasy is a startup focused on reducing this stress. By partnering with movers, real estate agents and more, MoveEasy was able to create a customized moving dashboard that helps people moving take care of everything from finding trusted movers to setting up utilities and forwarding mail. In essence, MoveEasy makes moving easy. We’ve put together an infographic that looks at the ways real estate agents can help their clients have an easy…
  • 34 Popular & Famous Street Food in Filipino

    Bharat Prajapati
    28 Aug 2015 | 1:57 am
    News I Like - The world is currently rediscovering Filipino Food. Here’s an infographic that will help you familiarize with popular Filipino Street foods. [via] News I Like -
  • IT Issues in the Workplace

    Bharat Prajapati
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:01 am
    News I Like - Do you fix your IT issues yourself? Altodigital carried out a survey and found that bosses are wasting more than 3 weeks a year on IT problems. Survey in April 2015 also showed the worst bad habits and the most common IT problems causing you to lose time in the workplace. [via] News I Like -
  • Defining the Multigenerational Workforce

    Bharat Prajapati
    24 Aug 2015 | 4:08 am
    News I Like - G&A Partners, a leading nation-wide Professional Employer Organization that works with its clients to alleviate many of the administrative burdens that are a part of the HR industry, has been helping many of its clients adapt to these changes. G&A’s professionals recommend taking the following steps to manage a multi-generational workforce: • Understand the generational characteristics of your employees • Strike the right balance between the generations, by not focusing on what makes them different • Recognize and play to strengths and weaknesses • Be conscious…
 
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    Infographics Archive

  • Discover Your Learning Style

    Infographics Archive
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:31 am
    Just like students are different in their passions, at Ivy College we know that students are different in their learning styles. We see these different styles in all our students, across all our colleges. So we encourage our students to discover what their learning strengths are, and then use them to your advantage. Here we have put together an infographic to help learners discover what their favourite styles are. What is your favourite learning style? Are you good with images and maps, then you’re Visual. Do you like mathematical reasoning, then you’re Logical. Do you pick-up things you…
  • 5 TIPS TO KNOW YOUR TUXEDO INSIDE OUT

    Infographics Archive
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:09 am
    A tuxedo is the most formal attire you will ever have the pleasure of wearing but what else do you know about this inimitable suit? Here we take a look at the 5 key components of the always suave tuxedo. via www.montagio.com.au The post 5 TIPS TO KNOW YOUR TUXEDO INSIDE OUT appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • What is Hydrocephalus

    Infographics Archive
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:04 am
    Hydrocephalus is a chronic medical condition caused by an excessive build up of fluid in the brain that affects infants to seniors. Understand who it impacts, what the symptoms are, and how its treated. via hydroassoc.org The post What is Hydrocephalus appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • How To Choose a Wealth Manager

    Infographics Archive
    3 Sep 2015 | 2:56 am
    Choosing the right wealth manager is important, because financial health and future stability will ultimately define the quality of your life. A good investment consultant has your interests at heart and strives to achieve the best results for you. How to identify a knowledgeable person, who is able and willing to grow your wealth? This is not an easy task. Zen Assets, a virtual advisory firm based in London, UK, has prepared an infographic to help investors find the perfect candidate. via zenassets.com The post How To Choose a Wealth Manager appeared first on Infographics Archive.
  • Crate Training 101: The Do’s and Dont’s for Dog Owners

    Infographics Archive
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:18 am
    Take a look at this infographic created by the folks at thatpetplace.com. Everything you need to know about crate training your dog or puppy. The post Crate Training 101: The Do’s and Dont’s for Dog Owners appeared first on Infographics Archive.
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    The Cloud Infographic

  • The Most Common Uses of the Cloud

    Ivan
    21 Aug 2015 | 12:51 am
    In today’s society, the Internet has become an integral part of everyday life. Social media has become the new way to connect with people both locally and internationally, allowing us to share stories and experiences with different people on a regular basis. However, with all of this information and data being shared, it becomes increasingly […]
  • Connecting With The Right People: How Businesses Get in Touch With Clients – in The Cloud

    Ivan
    1 Aug 2015 | 1:49 am
    While communication is a wonderful thing, whether it is between friends, family members, or business associates, the bottom line when it comes to corporate connections is efficiency. The motivating force behind this kind of connection is conversion and transference. In other words, you want the relationship to benefit both parties. The problem is that this […]
  • 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. […]
 
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    Infographic Design Agency - NowSourcing » Blog | Infographic Design Agency - NowSourcing

  • Working Hard is Not Enough

    Brian Wallace
    2 Sep 2015 | 12:25 pm
    When you ask most business people these days how they are doing, many reply, “busy.” You Don’t Know What Busy Is I don’t think that most people know what busy really is.  There is a desire to look as if you’re doing important work, but how often are you taking breaks, binge watching Netflix, and surfing through your Facebook feed? Working hard isn’t just the number of hours you’re sitting at the computer.  It’s doing work that can sometimes be repetitive, sometimes you’re making huge decisions, and (hopefully) getting paid for it.
  • Why Monday is the Best Day of the Week

    Brian Wallace
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:32 am
    Yes, you read that correctly. Maybe I’m a bit of an optimist and grateful in what comes to me in life, but I just cannot understand people that spend all day lamenting the start of the week with a classic “case of the Mondays.” You knew it was coming, didn’t you? Did you think the weekend would last forever? Here’s the thing: you are creating your own negative environment.  When I have Monday meetings, I start off by saying that it’s the best day of the week.  Just by having this attitude, you’re making it a better day for you and those around you.
  • Sacrifice: the Untold Taboo of Entrepreneurs

    Brian Wallace
    21 Aug 2015 | 10:27 am
    Are you willing to do what others wouldn’t ever consider? Being an entrepreneur isn’t as easy and glamorous as it looks. Why do you want to be an entrepreneur? You want the fame? Not good enough. You want to be rich? That’s empty. You’re smart? That’s nice.   Einstein said that everyone is a genius in some way. Want to be your own boss? You’re going to have a harder boss than ever – yourself.   Are you willing to put it all on the line? Maybe, but how about doing it without a net? Peter Shankman did.  And I doubt you have the same resolve.  …
  • What a Journalist Learned by Interning for the “Dark Side”

    Michael McKay
    20 Aug 2015 | 10:58 am
    This summer I made the move from the newsroom to the conference room. My entire career (because I am recent college graduate/child) revolved around finding stories then fighting tooth-and-nail with more experienced people over a punctuation mark I demanded. Individualism is valued in the industry and instilled at my journalism school—as well as pity for writers “forced” into the “Dark Side,” trapped in the Public Relations and Marketing sphere. As it turns out, Nowsourcing is the polar opposite. Journalist Myth #1: The Dark Side doesn’t value individuals The infographics we…
  • You, Inc. The Best Investment You Can Make

    Brian Wallace
    12 Aug 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Invest in yourself. At your own company. Mind you, I’ve warned several times now against starting your own company.  But if you’re stubborn enough to ignore me, then maybe you do have what it takes after all. Investing the Right Way Not sure where everyone got the idea that recieving a round of investing should be celebrated like winning the lottery.  You still have to pay it back, remember?  Not to mention that you have a group of new people, that may or may not understand your business at all, that you now have to answer to. Tucker Max has excellently laid out the game that…
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    Infographics King

  • Banish Meeting Boredom

    Admin
    14 Aug 2015 | 6:26 am
    Infographic Source:- http://www.gotomeeting.com.au/meeting/white-papers The post Banish Meeting Boredom appeared first on Infographics King.
  • How Could A 4-Day Work Week Change Your Life?

    Admin
    14 Aug 2015 | 6:23 am
    Infographic Source:- http://www.gotomeeting.com.au/meeting The post How Could A 4-Day Work Week Change Your Life? appeared first on Infographics King.
  • Rolling Out Australia’s Nation Broadband Network

    Admin
    14 Aug 2015 | 6:15 am
    Infographic Source:- http://www.gotomeeting.com.au/meeting/how-it-works The post Rolling Out Australia’s Nation Broadband Network appeared first on Infographics King.
  • Infographic : IVA – Individual Voluntary Arrangement

    Admin
    11 Aug 2015 | 6:03 am
    Iva-advice.co provides help and advice on all aspects Individual Voluntary Arrangements. An IVA will allow you to legally write off up to 60% of your debt over a period of 60 months, leaving you completely debt free. Use Free IVA Calculator to see if you qualify…Iva-advice.co is the UK’s No.1 provider of Individual Voluntary Arrangements. Iva-advice.co help thousands of people each month use an IVA to get back on their feet with their finances. If you are struggling with you debts then see how an IVA can help you. Call them now and speak to one of their experienced advisors.
  • Airtel 4G is truly the fastest network ever

    Admin
    6 Aug 2015 | 6:21 am
    TodayBharti  AirtelIndia’s No.1 service provider in telecom industry have made revolution in India’s telecom Industry by starting 4G services. Airtel launched 4G services in 296 towns across India, following the successful trial of services in select cities and the feedback received from customers..It also launched  before the much awaited 4G services by  MukeshAmbani-owned Reliance JioInfocomm People  were also anxious in knowing what charges would companies charge for 4G services, will it be very costly?.But to surprise Airtel has kept the charges same as 3G charges with data packs…
 
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    Infographix Directory

  • A Guide to Referrer Spam in 2015

    Admin
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:56 am
    Everyone’s Google Analytics reports are full of referrer spam these days. Understand what it is, how it happens and four ways to approach filtering out the referrer spam from your Google Analytics account.   Infographic Source: Analytics-Toolkit.com Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post A Guide to Referrer Spam in 2015 appeared first on Infographix Directory, a Dallas infographic design company.
  • The Life Expectancy Of A Superhero

    Admin
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:38 am
    The infographic from Big Apple Comics takes a look at the life expectancy of some of the top superheros. They used six criteria to determine how long each superhero is expected to live. The criteria used was: Does the character smoke? Does the character drink? Has the character died in a comic story? Are they human or mutant? Does the character have regenerative powers? Is the character immortal? Infographic Source: Big Apple Comics Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post The Life Expectancy Of A Superhero appeared first on Infographix…
  • 20 Facts You Didn’t Know About eLearning

    Admin
    29 Aug 2015 | 7:42 am
    eLearning is a buzz word that was born in 1999, it has nevertheless attracted substantial amount of attention both from the education as well as the corporate sector. Quite impressively, eLearning has invaded the daily lives of the otherwise procrastinating individuals, luring them to learn and interact on an almost daily basis. This infographic demonstrates how eLearning has dominated the economy and the status quo of learning and teaching. If you are thinking of investing in an eLearning program, hesitate no more. Research indicates a doubled return on investment on any eLearning program…
  • A Wedding Beauty Planner – Countdown To The Big Day!

    Admin
    23 Aug 2015 | 11:25 am
    This wedding & beauty timeline helps you plan a beauty routine to ensure you look your best on your wedding day. From skin cleansing and exercise, to trims, facials and waxing, it’s all in the countdown to your big day! The wedding beauty tips take you from 6 months prior to the night before your wedding.   Infographic Source: Wedding & Beauty Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Infographix DirectoryThe post A Wedding Beauty Planner – Countdown To The Big Day! appeared first on Infographix Directory, a Dallas infographic design company.
  • The 50 Best Animated Films Ever Made

    Admin
    19 Aug 2015 | 3:17 am
    The team at gamedesigning.org have created the movie fans ultimate list of the best feature films in animation. Using ratings, reviews, and box office figures as their sorting criteria, they’ve identified the best of the the best in animation. Including classics like ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’, ‘Pinocchio’, and ‘Charlotte’s Web’, as well as more recent releases like ‘Frozen’, ‘Big Hero 6′, and ‘How to Train Your Dragon’. You are sure to find something you love on this list.   Infographic Source: Game Designing Embed This Image On Your Site…
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  • Why wait for a doctor when doctors are waiting for you?

    Angel
    29 Aug 2015 | 11:15 am
    Why wait around in doctor’s waiting rooms? The future of health is now! Via: www.curely.coThe post Why wait for a doctor when doctors are waiting for you? appeared first on NerdGraph Infographics.
  • 20 facts you didn’t know about eLearning

    Angel
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:04 am
    eLearning is a relatively recent buzz word that was born in 1999, it has nevertheless attracetd substantial amount of attention both from the education as well as the corporate sector. Quite impressively, eLearning has invaded the daily lives of the otherwise procrastinating individuals, luring them to learn and interact on an almost daily basis. This infographic demonstrates how eLearning has dominated the economy and the status quo of learning and teaching. If you are thinking of investing in an eLearning program, hesitate no more. Research indicates a doubled return on investment on any…
  • Craft Beer Pubs of London

    Angel
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:55 pm
    This info-graphic takes an overview of the area of craft beers in the UK and specifically highlights craft beer pubs in London where an enjoyable time can be spent tasting the relevant beers on offer. It also covers some of the ‘lingo’ or terminology used in the sector so that you are then comfortable in choosing your order. The info-graphic also highlights some insight from industry insiders. Via: www.lastretchlimos.co.ukThe post Craft Beer Pubs of London appeared first on NerdGraph Infographics.
  • How to Use Email Marketing to Sell Without Being Salesy

    Angel
    27 Apr 2015 | 8:11 am
    With email marketing, need to use high pressure sales tactics because you have the ability to automatically follow up with your subscribers indefinitely at a very low cost. This provides you with the opportunity to use higher level sales strategies that don’t produce as much heartburn in your prospects. Via: www.emaildelivered.comThe post How to Use Email Marketing to Sell Without Being Salesy appeared first on NerdGraph Infographics.
  • 10 Hot Connected Car Trends for 2015 and Beyond

    Angel
    19 Apr 2015 | 11:33 am
    Internet-connected cars give us the ability to think of our cars as smartphones on steroids. Coupled with sensor and optical technologies, our cars will be able to do things we’ve never dreamed. This infographic shows ten of the hottest connected car trends for 2015 and beyond that enable this automotive revolution. Via: www.jabil.comThe post 10 Hot Connected Car Trends for 2015 and Beyond appeared first on NerdGraph Infographics.
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  • Children in Adversity need Permanent Homes

    All Infographics
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:43 am
    Children in families works to help place orphans and vulnerable children into loving and caring families. We have worked for several years doing this in Cambodia and have found the […] The post Children in Adversity need Permanent Homes appeared first on All Infographics.
  • 15 amazing things to do in London

    All Infographics
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:42 pm
    London is such a large place, you will really be spoiled for choice if you have just 24 hours or even a few days to spend in the capital. Read on […] The post 15 amazing things to do in London appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Why eating is necessary for this Generation?

    All Infographics
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:16 pm
    Almost everywhere we look we see new diet programs, fitness routines and Instagram models offering meals plans and advice on how to trim up your waistline. The choice towards healthy […] The post Why eating is necessary for this Generation? appeared first on All Infographics.
  • Romantic Comedy movies you should see

    All Infographics
    16 Aug 2015 | 11:52 am
    Planning to hit the couch and watch a feel good Romantic Comedy movie tonight? But there are just too many of them like 50 first dates, 27 dresses, What’s your […] The post Romantic Comedy movies you should see appeared first on All Infographics.
  • From Features to Pricing: Everything about iOS 9

    All Infographics
    12 Aug 2015 | 8:18 am
    The tech giant Apple frequently updates its mobile operating system by adding new features. It also refines existing features to make its mobile OS awesome. This year, Apple is going […] The post From Features to Pricing: Everything about iOS 9 appeared first on All Infographics.
 
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  • The Journey of the Winning Sperm

    shelli
    19 Aug 2015 | 8:06 am
    The Journey of the Winning Sperm Survival of the fittest. It’s a very real thing. 250 million sperm leave on a journey and only one makes it – that has to be the toughest odds of survival that I have ever heard. It might seem trite in comparison but when you consider those odds, winning X Factor suddenly looks a lot more doable. For me, there is nothing more amazing or magical than nature. How an acorn can grow into a huge oak tree seems to defy all logic. But, then consider the miracle (and at 250 million to one odds, it is a miracle) and everything else pales into…
  • Play Without Risk

    shelli
    15 Aug 2015 | 12:12 am
    Play Without Risk I love the film Casino Royale, especially the card game scene (probably the focus of the film) where Bond trys to take down the villain who crys tears of blood by his superior card game skills. Is there anything this man can’t do! It’s glamorous, gorgeous and sophisticated. In contrast when we think Vegas, we think loud, brash, in-your-face and we think slot machines. No skill required, just keep feeding your bucket of quarters into the slot. Translating slot machines to online is an interesting move. It’s not something you can physically see spin round so…
  • Bingo Calls A Complete Guide

    shelli
    11 Aug 2015 | 12:06 am
    Bingo Calls A Complete Guide I have always loved rhyming slang, secret codes and parlance. A special club that has no rule book but you manage to pick up along the way and when you are ‘in the know’ you are part of the gang. Cockney rhyming slang was invented by criminals as a means to communicate in code in secret from the Police. The ironic thing is that these days the police (or the Sweeney) are probably the only people who know the entire slang. When you are growing up the work is a vast array of knowledge and processes that you have to learn. Often confusing and making no…
  • Fluffy Favourites Themes and Symbols

    shelli
    1 Aug 2015 | 11:12 pm
    Fluffy Favourites Themes and Symbols Does anyone remember the TV programme Psychoville? Made by the team behind League of Gentlemen, it was an intense mix of strange horror, comedy and gripping story line. The League of Gentlemen are masters at creating exaggerated stereotypes of characters. The main characters was a reclusive millionaire called Oscar Lomax, who was obsessed with collecting Beanie Babies toys; he had no eyes because he had sold them in exchange for an elusive and rare edition called Snappy the Crocodile. Lomax has a room full of his Beanie Baby collection and seeing this…
  • 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…
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  • Stoffwechselprozesse die im eigenen Körper müssen angeregt werden

    themenmarathon
    24 Aug 2015 | 4:05 am
    Jeder, der gesund leben möchte sollte darauf achten, dass Stoffwechselprozesse im eigenen Körper möglichst angeregt und aufgebaut werden. Das ist mehr als wichtig. An dieser Stelle gibt es sehr viele Dinge, die Menschen immer wieder beachten müssen. Neben sehr viele Dinge, die einfach nicht beachtet werden. Das wiederum hat des Öfteren fatale Fehler zur Folge. Jeder, der gezielte Stoffwechselprozesse angehen will sollte deshalb immer darauf achten, dass mit den richtigen Möglichkeiten gearbeitet wird. Die eigene Gesundheit steht im Vordergrund. Das gilt auch bei allen…
  • Kühlschrank kaufen

    themenmarathon
    24 Jul 2015 | 3:27 pm
    Zugegeben, angesichts der großen Vielzahl an Angeboten ist es gar nicht so leicht, den richtigen Kühlschrank zu kaufen. Denn mittlerweile gibt es für jeden Anspruch und Geschmack das passende Modell – was die Auswahl jedoch auch erschweren kann. Vorab sollten Sie sich daher überlegen, für wie viele Personen der Kühlschrank gedacht ist. Für Singles reichen daher kleinere Varianten mit 100 Liter Nutzvolumen aus, Familien hingegen benötigen häufig größere Modelle mit Doppeltüren. Pro Person sollten Sie dabei mit 50 zusätzlichen Liter Nutzvolumen rechnen. Beim Kühlschrank Kauf…
  • Plissees – effektiver Sichtschutz und tolle Dekoration

    themenmarathon
    24 Jul 2015 | 3:22 pm
    Mittlerweile gibt es eine große Auswahl im Bereich des Sonnenschutz am Fenster. Je nach Nutzung, Ausstattung und Lage erfährt dieser eine unterschiedliche Bedeutung – während im Arbeitszimmer oder im Wohnzimmer beispielsweise ein Blendschutz am Bildschirm oder Fernseher sehr wichtig ist, möchte man in den Schlafräumen das Tageslicht effektiv dosieren. Mit hochwertigen Plissees können Sie sämtliche dieser Sonnenschutzfunktionen mit einer modernen Fensterdekoration verbinden, die genau zu dem jeweiligen Raum passt. Plissees – ein stilvoller Sonnenschutz Besonders die moderne…
  • Linienflüge vergleichen und Geld sparen – wo am besten?

    themenmarathon
    24 Jul 2015 | 3:18 pm
    Preiswert fliegen – aber wie? Damit der Reise mit dem Flugzeug ein nicht ganz so teures Vergnügen wird, lohnt sich ein vorheriger umfassender Preisvergleich. Allerdings gilt es auch in diesem Bereich, besonders gut hinzuschauen. Denn viele vermeintlich günstige Angebote entpuppen sich als teure Preisfallen. Mit einem Flugvergleich Geld sparen Linienflüge haben leider ihren Preis. Für die Reisenden gibt es jedoch eine gute Nachricht: Wer genau hinsieht und vorab umfassend vergleicht, kann vergleichsweise günstig reisen. Denn wer sich nicht für den erstbesten Anbieter entscheidet, kann…
  • Kostenloses Girokonto – was ist zu beachten?

    themenmarathon
    23 Jul 2015 | 2:56 pm
    Viele der Banken und Kreditinstitute werben mit kostenlosen Girokonten. Hierbei ist jedoch ein wenig Vorsicht angebracht: Denn viele Banken berechnen nach der kostenfreien Eröffnung des Kontos Gebühren für den Service. Diese liegen in der Regel zwischen drei bis zehn Euro monatlich. Kostenloses Girokonto – Illusion oder Wirklichkeit? Daher gilt es, besonders genau hinzusehen. Tatsächlich muss man ein wenig suchen, bis sich ein Anbieter finden lässt, der ein gratis Girokonto anbietet. Bei diesem Konto werden keinerlei Kontoführungsgebühren verlangt. Allerdings muss man hierbei…
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    Visualoop

  • This is Visual Journalism [122]

    Tiago Veloso
    3 Sep 2015 | 2:40 am
    As we watch our new infographic gallery grow, both in designers as in number of works added, it’s only natural that we open our weekly round ups with some of those projects. That doesn’t mean that we’ll stop featuring infographics published in other social networks and blogs, of course. And since it’s been a while since our latest selection of infographic published in the print editions of magazines and newspapers, well, let’s just say that you’re in for a treat. First, from our gallery: Most valuable clubs 2015 | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico The…
  • Particle physics and art

    Susana Pereira
    3 Sep 2015 | 12:51 am
    In the context of the various manifestations of temporal and spatial disengagement — that Giddens [1] states as being characteristic of the practices in modern society — we witness a growing recognition that it is important to share spaces, experiences and knowledge between professionals of different scientific and artistic areas. In fact there are already several projects of artistic residencies in scientific research laboratories, that have resulted in different ways to communicate science and to understand artistic products. Particularly in CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory…
  • Digital Cartography [108]

    Tiago Veloso
    2 Sep 2015 | 2:13 am
    There’s really no need for as lot of words about this edition of Digital Cartography. That’s because, after almost one month without these regular round ups of interactive maps, it’s really no surprise that we have an exquisite selection with the very best of the past few weeks. Also, during that time, our own new gallery has been growing, with new examples of infographics, video animations and interactive visualizations being added every day. We open today’s post with a couple of interactive maps recently added by the members of our community, followed by the…
  • The Blue Whale VR infographic experience

    Tiago Veloso
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:06 am
    [This is a guest post by Simon Ducroquet*, about the interactive feature published online by Fusion. Check out Simon’s Visualoop profile here.]   The Blue Whale VR infographic experience I like to think in interactive infographics as an exploration through the story driven by the reader’s choices, because this make each user experience unique according to the personal choices of each reader. This is extremely powerful because people remember more experiences when they were in the lead of the decisions. That’s why, for example, you don’t remember a path you made many times…
  • Portfolio of the Week – Kay Coenen

    Tiago Veloso
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:33 am
    As we resume our normal posting schedule, it’s time to bring you this week’s featured designer here on Visualoop: Kay Coenen (37) is an infographic designer based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and his works spans from corporate clients to some of the country’s magazines and newspapers. (photo: Kay Coenen) He begun working with information graphics almost 10 years ago, and has since establish himself in the market with his company Infographicmedia. He also gives guest lectures about the subject on Art Academies or Universities in the Netherlands. “What I like about…
 
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    Infographic Directory

  • Pedestrian Safety Tips For Kids

    Brian
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:43 am
    Learning to cross the street safely is a crucial life skill that some kids just aren’t learning.  Learn more about pedestrian safety from this interactive infographic! Brought to you by:SafeKids.org | Open in a New Window
  • Teaching Kids To Eat Healthier Foods

    Brian
    21 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    Moderation is key, and it’s vital to teach kids that when it comes to their eating habits.  Learn more about teaching kids healthy eating habits from this infographic.
  • Can You Take A Skateboard On A Plane?

    Brian
    20 Aug 2015 | 8:29 am
    It might surprise you to learn that you can take a skateboard on a plane.  Learn more about what you can and can’t take on a plane from this infographic!
  • Status Of Women In The World [DataViz]

    Brian
    20 Aug 2015 | 7:42 am
    Women’s opportunities are vastly different around the world.  This series of data visualizations from the Population Reference Bureau outlines some of the best and worst opportunities for women across the world.  Click here to see more!
  • Great Music, Great Workout

    Brian
    18 Aug 2015 | 11:46 am
    If you listen to great music when you are working out, your workout will be better.  Learn more about choosing the right music for your workout from this infographic!
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    Infographic Design and Promotion Blog | NeoMam Studios

  • How many news organizations use Twitter correctly?

    Danny Ashton
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:30 am
    For almost every major news outlet, Twitter has become an integral part of their daily outreach strategy. The transition from print to pixels continues as major publications adapt to an evolving online readership. So how many newspapers actually use Twitter effectively? 1. UK and US national newspapers We based our investigations on two factors: Does […]
  • 6 project management tools that transformed our agency

    Amy Ashton
    24 Aug 2015 | 6:34 am
    Project management done properly will help your business get better at what it does. It improves efficiency and team skills development, giving your organisation a competitive edge. But it’s not always easy finding the right tools for your agency. This blog post shares our experience in finding tools that work and our easy to adopt, […]
  • 8 neuroscience lessons for creating content that journalists want to share

    Danny Ashton
    17 Aug 2015 | 7:50 am
    (00:00:04) Good afternoon everyone and good morning to those of you who are in other parts of the world. In today’s presentation it’s gonna be a little bit scientific because I’m gonna be looking at some lessons that we’ve learned over the thousand infographics that we’ve produced, and the hope is that you’re gonna take […]
  • Digital PR: How to share your content worldwide [Webinar]

    Gisele Navarro
    7 Aug 2015 | 5:06 am
    Hello everyone. Thanks for joining us. Today I will be sharing with you the story of what happened when, at NeoMam, we decided to grab the content that we already produced and promoted in English and relaunch it in different countries. Now, before I start I will need you to do something for me. It’s […]
  • 24 hours with Greater Manchester Police: The lost, the found and the weird [Infographic]

    Danny Ashton
    31 Jul 2015 | 7:06 am
    The work of the Greater Manchester police is never done, that’s what we discovered when GMP went to Twitter on October 14th 2014. Starting at 5am, the GMP began posting every reported incident in real time on their Twitter feed. For the next 24 hours, officers tweeted each of 2560 calls received by stations across […]
 
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    FusionBrew - The FusionCharts Blog

  • Introducing Client-side Chart Export

    Vikas Lalwani
    7 Aug 2015 | 4:51 am
    If you have been using FusionCharts, then only way to export your charts into image, PDF or SVG till now was to use a server. Either FusionCharts export server or the one you setup on your own. We realised this was not the best way and we have made something to make your job faster and easier – client-side export. Why do you need client-side export feature? You’ve received quotations from vendors for a critical project that you are working on and, courtesy FusionCharts, you’ve created some good-looking, information-rich charts that compare the pros and cons of each vendor as well as…
  • 3 Awards for FusionCharts!!!

    D.Deb
    7 Apr 2015 | 7:07 am
    Here’s some great news Did you know your favourite DataViz company recently won three prestigious awards here in India? Yes, that is correct! Two at Pan India level and the other one in Kolkata…the City of Joy! And the awards are: CNBC Emerging India Awards: Categories – ‘Global Reach SME of the Year’ And ‘Most Promising SMS in IT-ITES’. You can check out the details and complete list of winners on CNBC’s Official Website. Economic Times – Bengal Corporate Awards: Category ‘Innovation in Business Model’. Check out the ET’s official page for complete list of…
  • AngularJS Charts – How to Create Interactive Charts in AngularJS

    Vikas Lalwani
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:12 am
    Introducing Angular-FusionCharts directive. What? Yes, you got that right. You can now create beautiful charts in AngularJS using our new directive. You can make use of all the stunning charts that we offer without dealing with core JavaScript. If you haven’t got it already, go ahead and download it for free from angularJS charts page. Why did we do this? This one is easy. Everybody in the world, including us of course, loves Angular. Even Google Trends suggests that. See how that blue graph keeps going up?   So when developers, like you, came to us and asked for a solution, we decided to…
  • Introducing Collaboration Dashboard

    Vikas Lalwani
    11 Mar 2015 | 7:31 am
    Most business applications have some kind of dashboard that gives a top-level view of various functions, but there is a problem with these dashboards. We think we have built something that can solve it.   Demo and Source Code   Understanding the Problem When a business user finds an interesting insight or data point on a dashboard, collaboration options are very limited. Either he takes a PDF export or a snapshot of relevant chart, and sends that to his colleagues via email. The discussion around the data point continues over email, thereby leading to ‘tribal knowledge’ known to…
  • Comparing jQuery Grid Plugins: Masonry vs Isotope vs Packery vs Gridster vs ShapeShift vs Shuffle.js

    Twain Taylor
    18 Sep 2014 | 1:09 am
    Grid-style layouts came into the spotlight when Pinterest grew popular. They became a hot favorite in the UX community for displaying photography portfolios, thumbnails of products on ecommerce sites, and article snippets on blogs. While they are primarily used to display text and image content, there’s a fair share of products that have adopted these plugins to build data-driven dashboards. Here are two examples – Geckoboard, and Freeboard – which use the grid-style or modular layout: (Related Read: 5 Dashboard Design Trends to watch out for) If you’re building a dashboard,…
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    Philip Emmanuele

  • Getting Your Email Opened #infographic

    pemmanuele
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:15 am
    A little too generic. Experience says retail emails fare better on weekends. You can also find more infographics at Visualistan Posted by Philip Emmanuele, August 2015 Follow
  • Landing Page Optimization #infographic

    pemmanuele
    27 Aug 2015 | 6:15 am
    Not sure I buy the recommendation for no navigation. You can also find more infographics at Visualistan Posted by Philip Emmanuele, August 2015 Follow
  • Mobile Website Design 101 #infographic

    pemmanuele
    26 Aug 2015 | 6:14 am
    You can also find more infographics at Visualistan Posted by Philip Emmanuele, August 2015 Follow
  • Better Business Performance Updates #infographic

    pemmanuele
    25 Aug 2015 | 6:15 am
    Most importantly, tell a story. You can also find more infographics at Visualistan Posted by Philip Emmanuele, August 2015 Follow
  • The World is Mobile #infographic

    pemmanuele
    24 Aug 2015 | 6:28 am
    While I might question a few of these “stats,” there is no doubt it is becoming the dominant technology. You can also find more infographics at Visualistan Posted by Philip Emmanuele, August 2015 Follow
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  • Adding Value To Your Home

    admin
    25 Aug 2015 | 11:09 pm
    Home selling is no easy task and potential home sellers should consider a number of factors before placing their homes in the market. Home improvement is thus inevitable especially for people who want to sell their houses fast. Some of the areas to be improved in order to increase home value are the kitchen, bathroom and roofing. The first step of increasing home value is, cleaning up. Getting rid of clutter increases home value by 7%. Cleaning should not be confined indoors, outdoors should be considered too. Cleaning indoors allows the potential home buyer to make use of the space while…
  • Facts About our Furry Friends

    admin
    24 Aug 2015 | 12:57 am
    You probably know a lot about our furry friends, but did you know any of these interesting facts? Background: Dogs were domesticated over 15,000 years ago. We’ve developed many different types of dog breeds by concentrating on specific features and traits. Popularity Worldwide today, there are an estimated 400 million dogs…and in the U.S. alone, there are 83.3 billion dogs owned. Dogs rank as the number two most popular pet owned in the U.S. (shortly proceeded by cats at 95.6 million). When it comes to our beloved dogs, 47 percent of all homes have a dog. Pet Ownership In the last year,…
  • Thinking about downsizing?

    admin
    10 Aug 2015 | 11:54 am
    “Downsizing can be a sensible and positive move for many homeowners. As well as freeing those with larger properties from the responsibilities of high monthly outgoings and extensive upkeep, it can also release equity. What’s more, the process of finding a new home and making it your own represents a great opportunity to start afresh and even discover a new part of the world. Here are four main points to consider if you’re thinking about making the move: 1. Doing your research Because downsizing is a big decision, it’s important to look at your finances both in terms of the price…
  • 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…
 
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    Infographic Design & Data Visualization

  • DOOGEE F3 Pro Smartphone Review

    Josipa Štrok
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:46 am
    We just find out how new Doogee F3 Pro is on presale and at a good price on GearBest. According to this smartphone – it is born to be choosen. Here’s what brings us this 4G LTE and Dual SIM beauty. New Doogee F3 Pro is more advanced in comparison to conventional F3 model, and the price difference is practically invisible. This smartphone boasts a 5-inch IPS OGS full lamination screen and Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The screen has a 2.5D curved glass and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, as well as “anti-fingerprint nano” protection that reduces…
  • e-SIM: Is it time to say goodbye to the SIM card?

    Josipa Štrok
    3 Sep 2015 | 1:17 am
    Although they used to be a key ingredient of elevation of mobile phones, SIM cards have never been practical to use. When they emerged – the first in 1991 produced a German company Giesecke & Devrient and sold 300 pieces of Finnish telecom Radiolinja – were one of the key elements that have made portable phones, despite they never been practical to use. Decades later SIM card became limit which, like many other technologies before them, could soon become history. Although they reduced the size of a credit card on the size of a fingernail, it was not enough. The smartphones…
  • The rise and fall of HTC

    Josipa Štrok
    3 Sep 2015 | 12:50 am
    The HTC company is not the best financially these days so that the leadership decided to dismiss 15 percent of its workforce due to poor sales of smartphones. Last HTC’s financial statements in recent days, issued a hard debate on a global ICT and business scene, and some media further heated up the atmosphere estimates that the company due to falling share prices can not survive. The value of shares of HTC Corp. this year fell 60 percent, investors have sent a message that the brand, the company and the building of the manufacturers of smartphones is worthless. The market value of…
  • Google’s new logo

    Josipa Štrok
    2 Sep 2015 | 2:27 am
    While today most of the world accompanied the news about Google’s new logo with mild interest, the technology industry had searched every inch of this news. What does this mean for Google? Why it’s look like this? We only can say that the new look reflects what Google really is – effective.   The final proof that Google’s design is more efficient than Apple’s? Fortunately, Apple pulls pairing of hardware and software – in fact, we are convinced, that iOS installed on a random Samsung / HTC mobile phone, would not look so good. Unlike Apple, Google…
  • How To Do Research For An Infographic?

    Josipa Štrok
    2 Sep 2015 | 1:55 am
    The infographic in 5 steps First of all, for the infographic you need to have an idea, which will be simple and concise, without too much content that could bit tiring for your readers. Will you succeed with your infographic to answer some questions? When you define what you want your infographic contain, you can start thinking about how to do it. 1. Answer the question, what I want to achieve? First of all, as well as in the use of any other tools, ask yourself what you want to achieve. Is that something you explain, promote, to remind people of the important distinctive point of…
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    Digital Element » Blog

  • The Buzz from MobileDevHacker: Gaming, Monetization and Big Data

    Jan Sisko
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:31 am
    The MobileDevHacker event recently held in Boston brought together a who’s who of industry experts to discuss the latest challenges and future opportunities in mobile app development. During the two-day event, the biggest buzz being generated was around mobile app monetization, competitive gaming and―not a surprise―Big Data. Digital Element was honored to share the stage with our partner Skyhook Wireless to present the topic of “How to Use Deep Analytics around Geofencing.” A good mix of attendees, from agencies to brand marketers to retailers, made for a well-rounded discussion on…
  • What GPS Coordinates from Mobile Devices Really Mean to Marketers

    Jan Sisko
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:04 am
    When mobile users opt in to location-based services (in app) or share their locations (via the mobile web), the GPS-generated latitude/longitude coordinates are the only pieces of information returned. If you’re like most marketers, then getting data along the lines of Lat: 34° 6′ 6.2166” and Long: -84° 21′ 31.4568″ doesn’t hold much meaning unless you’re secretly harboring a second degree in cartography. However, there is a wealth of information hidden behind those numbers and decimals that can be applied to targeted advertising, content localization, geographic…
  • Why Location Matters to Online B2B Lead Management

    Jan Sisko
    5 Aug 2015 | 4:08 am
    On average, less than 5 percent of website visits lead to conversions. That amounts to a tremendous number of lost sales opportunities. However, APSIS ProspectEye AB has developed an automated lead-management solution that monitors web traffic to provide detailed insight into visitor behavior. This is used to help B2B companies better understand the specific products and services of interest to visitors as well as the make-up of the visiting organizations―helping to maximize sales efficiency by identifying key decision-makers to target and increasing the relevance of follow-up activity.
  • 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…
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  • 4 Ways to Turn “Likes” into Leads on Social Media

    1 Sep 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Whether you’re a Twitter newbie or a seasoned LinkedIn pro, at some point in your social media career, your boss will want to see data-driven results. As more and more companies are looking to quantify their marketing efforts, it’s important to show that your social media engagement is more than just a popular post on your Facebook page or a video that got a lot of views. You may think that the only way to capture leads on social media is by advertising. While Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn all offer highly-targeted ad platforms, there are some simple tactics you can try today without…
  • How to Get Your First 500 Blog Comments - #infographic

    31 Aug 2015 | 8:00 pm
    I've known so many people who claim that blog comments are completely useless, so they turn them off. However, I think they're missing a tremendous opportunity to learn more about their audience.By no means I'm saying they're wrong, I just think people can't get the most out of blogging without comments. Why? Think about it: Comments allow you to learn more about your readers – how they think, the words they use to describe their problems, and even the way they see the world. And remember, those ones who can understand the way their prospective customers view things are…
  • The Science Behind the Most Successful Social Media Campaigns & Sharers - #Infographic

    30 Aug 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Do you want to get more shares on social media (especially on Facebook and Twitter)?This infographic, produced by Express Writers, takes a closer look at the hottest social media posts in history – and how you can be inspired to run a more successful social media campaign yourself!
  • A Look At How Advertisers & Marketing Companies Are Using Images Of People In 2015 - #infographic

    29 Aug 2015 | 8:00 pm
    [This is a guest contribution by Danny Groner]As global demographic trends change, the materials we sign off on and send out into the world must also reflect modern realities by showcasing diversity and inclusion. Shutterstock search and download data reinforces this trend, as companies have begun to re-imagine campaigns and the people they incorporate into them.Innovation is not purely a technological pursuit; it begins with how we communicate to - and with - citizens across the globe. Thanks to social media and the fast spread of messages, your audience could be anyone, anywhere, any time.
  • Devising A Mobile Content Strategy For Optimum Content Accessibility - #infographic

    28 Aug 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Those days have passed when owning a mere website was sufficient for promoting your business products and services. Today, irrespective of the amount of time and effort that you put into creating the website, failure to make your content accessible can make you lose valuable clients/customers. If you surf the internet, you'll come across hundreds and thousands of best websites that are equipped with content that looks great on every mobile device and platform. It is purely the mobile optimization of your content that enables you to reach out to a wider group of audiences.Well, it actually…
 
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  • The Ultimate Media Interview Checklist #infographic

    3 Sep 2015 | 4:02 am
    You have your company up and running and you want to get the word out. Doing press interviews are a great way to get your product or service in front of a new audience and tell your story. For some people, talking to strangers or being on camera is a no-brainer. But for those who have never done an interview, the experience can be overwhelming. If you're in that category, don't panic. There is hope. Check out the infographic below.
  • Instagram Unfiltered #infographic

    3 Sep 2015 | 3:48 am
    Flying Point Digital, a NYC digital marketing agency specializing in retail and ecommerce clients, takes an unfiltered look at Instagram with their latest infographic. As the platform progresses and gains popularity, brands need to rethink their tired, outdated social media strategy. Dependent on their industry, companies have a huge opportunity with Instagram to target millennials customers not only with eye opening content, but actionable “shop now” and “learn more” buttons. As the app upgrades its features to make it more functional for users, it increases advertising opportunities…
  • How Well Do Brands Know Their Social Audience? #nfographic

    3 Sep 2015 | 2:15 am
    How well are some of the world's top brands aligned with their social audiences? We took a look at 10 brands from a cross-section of industries and analyzed over 3 million consumers across the USA, and what we found is that although these brands are most active in the afternoon, their ideal consumer might not be tuned in.
  • The Tourist's Pocket Guide to Spanish Phrases #infographic

    3 Sep 2015 | 1:43 am
    Part of respecting a country is learning about its traditions – and one of those is language. If you're planning a trip to Mexico, one of the best things you can do to connect with the people and places around you is learn a few Spanish phrases! You don't need to become bilingual – just a few simple words and sentences is enough. Learning a new language is a brave, bold move. You'll open yourself up to a whole new way of understanding the world! Besides the sights, foods, and festivals in that you experience in Mexico, learning some Spanish will change you.
  • What’s Your Learning Style #infographic

    3 Sep 2015 | 1:23 am
    Just like students are different in their passions, at Ivy College we know that students are different in their learning styles. We see these different styles in all our students, across all our colleges. So we encourage our students to discover what their learning strengths are, and then use them to your advantage.
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  • 21 Best Water-based Myths Tested by Pressure Washr

    David Eaves
    3 Sep 2015 | 2:56 am
    Here I have an interesting infographic from a pressure washer review website called Pressure Washr that tests 21 different myths about water to determine whether or not they are accurate. Learn all about falling into water myths, using water myths, on the water surface myths and more by checking out this well researched piece. Infographic by Pressure Washr
  • 11 Awesome Data Visualizations Way Ahead of Their Time

    David Eaves
    2 Sep 2015 | 8:06 am
    Here I have a great infographic from a Canada based PDF solutions company called InvestinTech.com all about awesome data visualizations that were way ahead of their time. Visualizations featured in the infographic are the 1st World map by Anaximander, the Catalan Atlas by Abraham Cresques and the 1st visual representation of statistical data created by Michael van Langren to name a few. Infographic by InvestinTech.com
  • Behind Bars: Sons Of Anarchy and Their Bikes

    David Eaves
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:53 am
    Here I have an excellent infographic from the United States based auto financing company called RoadLoans.com all about the different motorcycles from the hit TV show called Sons of Anarchy. Check out illustrations and view information about the various bikes including Jax Teller’s motorcycle, Tig Trager’s motorcycle and Chris Telford’s motorcycle to name a few. Infographic by RoadLoans.com – via Bikers Lock
  • The Most Bizarre F1 Cars Of All Time by Platesbypost

    David Eaves
    25 Aug 2015 | 9:10 am
    Here I have a good looking infographic from the replacement number plates website called Platesbypost all about the most bizarre looking Formula 1 car designs. Check out cool illustrations of interesting Formula 1 cars such as the Williams FW07D, the Tyrrell 25, Ensign N179 and plenty more. Infographic by Platesbypost
  • How Many Calories Do You Drink Every Day? by BeverageLabels.net

    David Eaves
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:10 am
    Here is a handy infographic for people who are trying to loose weight or stay healthy from the website called BeverageLabels.net all about the amount of calories that can be found in both alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks. Learn all about the amount of calories that can be found in a Jagermeister, a Baileys Irish cream, a Smirnoff silver vodka or a McDonald’s shake by reading this piece. Infographic by BeverageLabels.net
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  • To See The Bird, I’ll Go On A Journey

    Karan Chopra
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:32 pm
    We have always told you about great infographics on our site. But have you noticed that they are always in English. It’s not that infographics in other languages are not worth mentioning, the problem is the information may not be conveyed effectively.  But, with so many translation apps around, this is about to change and that’s why we thought we will share this wonderful Japanese infographic with you.The key is to open your translation app and see the infographic through the app. But just to get you started, this infographic is about endangered birds in Japan and where they can be…
  • A Truly Adorable Guide To Make Ramen

    Karan Chopra
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Don’t you think that supermarkets have killed the joy of making ramen with their cup of noodles and the instantly made ramen.  Soon, we will become a generation of adults who have never actually eaten ramen that was made the authentic way. This is why Jing Zhang on Behance decided to take matters in his own hands and tell the world how to make ramen, the real way.For instance, Jing tells us the real ingredient behind the ramen, the Chuka-men that packet noodles don’t provide. Then, we get to know that cooked noodles need a little helping of sesame oil as well. The flavoursome pork and…
  • Ancient Rome: A City Of Firsts

    Karan Chopra
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:32 pm
    Travel buffs like me just need a small reason to travel. Sometimes, I use business as my reason, sometimes I call my travel for pleasure, at times I say I am on a holiday or when I can find no reason, I simply say its for personal reasons. But no matter what I did, I could not a reason to travel to Rome, whether business or personal. But recently, a office colleague showed me this infographic from History Channel that showcases Rome as an ancient Supercity and I was just taken by surprise.We all know Rome for the Colosseum and the Chapels and even for the Gladiator fights. But did you know…
  • The 411 On Unwanted Phone Books

    Karan Chopra
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:32 pm
    Remember the last time you wanted a handyman and looked up help in a Yellow Pages? You really can’t can you? In this age of mobile internet and high speed search engines, we turn to our computer or smartphone for every little thing, when the information might be right in the house, under the pile of dirt. Yes, I am referring to the Yellow Pages that you received earlier this year but has never been touched again. And also the phone book that is updated every year and delivered to your door step, only to find its way into the recycle bin, the next day.Well, recycling is good and your action…
  • World Wide Cell-Phone Etiquette

    Karan Chopra
    27 Aug 2015 | 6:32 pm
    Everyone has a cell phone and making calls and answering texts is common sight these days. But did you know your regular habit of making phone calls while having lunch or dinner might be considered as rude in another country? Or better still, in some countries, people avoid receiving phone calls as much as possible. Yes, like take for example, that the Chinese do not bother checking their text messages or voicemail at all. So, even if you have left your Chinese colleague a message, it has made no difference to him, because he never checked it.These fun and quirky facts have been compiled into…
 
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  • 34 Dangerous Animals You Never Knew You’d Find in Turkey

    Daniel
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:43 am
    Health is a very important topic especially when it comes to travelling. Many times when we travel to countries all over the world we are scared that we will face particular insects or animals. We all know that the fauna, the term from science for animals, has existed even before the first human. The variety of animal species depends on many environmental factors. That is why some animals and insects could be found only in particular areas of the world or countries. The following infographic shows a list of 34 dangerous animals you never knew you can find in Turkey. Among the illustrated…
  • 42 Technologies to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

    Daniel
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:57 am
    This infographic is designed to help you compare eco-friendly products and materials at a glance. Saves you trawling the internet. So, this infographic shows how to make your home more eco-friendly. Smart tech is defined by its ability to connect via WiFi to other devices and its ability to learn as it goes along. But how can this new technology be used to make your home more eco-friendly? In the infographic below lists several heating apps, insulators, smart LED light bulbs and solar panels. What is more, the following infographic illustrates eco shower heads, smart eco washing machines and…
  • Website Revamp Checklist

    Daniel
    2 Sep 2015 | 12:05 am
    When it goes to a revamped process Web Development of your site, a terrifying thought is what matters most and what influences of the SEO executed efforts. It is important to know how the web changes can affect your SEO scores negatively or positively. The very typical hesitation that everybody has been "Will my Ranking Go Down? The answer is Yes and No." Yes, because if the execution is mistaken, all your attempts for SEO may go down. At this circumstance, 301 redirections or the URL redirection from old to new URLs are to be mapped. All your individual page Meta Titles, Descriptions, and…
  • 20 Authors Who Wrote Under A Pseudonym

    Daniel
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:38 am
    Undoubtedly one of the best childhood pastimes is reading. Bedtime stories told by our parents and elderly are a great way to make every person relaxing. Nowadays, reading is sometimes neglected by children and teenagers because of all available cutting-edge technologies. However, electronic books changed the negative tendency, and more and more people tend to read e-books these days. Of course, readers have their favourite books and authors. Nevertheless, very few people know that some of the most influential authors wrote their compelling books under a pseudonym. This infographic shows 20…
  • Interesting Environmental Law Cases

    Daniel
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:22 am
    Environmental law cases are one of the most interesting and compelling when it comes to law cases. Consequently, this infographic aims to retain the reader's attention with intriguing facts and providing information on the implications of the decisions too. Furthermore, you will learn more about the background, the case and the outcome of each environmental law case. Protecting the environment is an increasing concern nowadays, and this infographic provides some occasions when the courts have had to intervene. Among the environmental law cases shown in the infographic below are Commonwealth…
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    200+ Tips dan Trik Peluang Usaha Bisnis dan Desain 2015

  • How to Use Visuals on Social Media (Effectively) and Drive Tons of Traffic

    Jill Bobby
    13 Aug 2015 | 1:03 am
    The idea is pretty simple: sharing great visuals on social media will drive tons of traffic to the website, and eventually, it will actually turn into revenue. But here’s the thing: great pictures are not equal to beautiful pictures; but great pictures should always be effective. Now, here are some interesting facts. On average, 8 out of 10 people will flick their mid thumb up and down the stream, see the pictures, and even double tap them; but only 2 out of 10 people will actually click on the page and follow the link.(Via: CopyBlogger) This shows just how much power the visuals have upon…
  • SEO Article: Let’s Make Soft-Selling Articles Less Annoying

    Yenie
    4 Aug 2015 | 11:30 pm
    What do you think when I said ‘SEO article’? Do you think about high traffic? Low quality article? Boring reads?     To drive more traffic into website and increase SEO rank for the website, people usually publish articles that contain some keywords that had been researched with tools named Keyword Planner. The keywords that are related to the website and have a great number of monthly search from people around the world will be chosen to be composed as a SEO article. No wonder people usually find so many articles in from Google Search with similar topics, badly written, and not…
  • 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…
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  • The 16 SEO Skills for Career Success

    Infographic Portal
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:27 pm
    This infographic illustrates the 16 key SEO skills necessary for success at each key section or stage in your SEO career, from junior executive to Head of SEO. The score out of 10 provides an indication of the relative level of skill necessary at each level. Demand for digital marketing skills is exploding and there are opportunities for people with […] The post The 16 SEO Skills for Career Success appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • The 21 Best Water-based Myths Tested on MythBusters

    Infographic Portal
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:49 pm
    If you fall from a bridge does it make a difference if you hit water or concrete at the bottom? What about if you throw something like a hammer to break the surface tension before you hit the water will that help you survive? The answer to those myths and 19 others are answered in this MythBusters infographic. Water-based myths […] The post The 21 Best Water-based Myths Tested on MythBusters appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Travel & Feast Like Hemingway

    Infographic Portal
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:11 pm
    Why are Ernest Hemingway’s books so special? Many readers love how tastefully he describes having meals in each one of his books. It’s like you are almost there eating along with the characters. If you want to experience that in real life, check out the infographic and see for yourself where Hemingway or his book characters have usually dined. If […] The post Travel & Feast Like Hemingway appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • 10 Personalities of Billy Milligan Visualized

    Infographic Portal
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:42 pm
    Billy Milligan is one of the most popular individuals who had multiple personality disorder. What is MPD? People with this disorder have multiple personalities in mind who control their bodies. Billy had 24 of them. A fascinating fact is all those personalities are totally different: men and women with different temperaments, habits, and even sex orientation! The Bid4Papers team decided […] The post 10 Personalities of Billy Milligan Visualized appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Why Choosing a Woodbridge Private School Is Your Best Bet

    Infographic Portal
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:32 am
    Raising children is no easy job and will require a lot of time and effort. Finding a way to bring your children up in a educational and loving environment should be a top priority. Selecting the right school for your children to attend should be a concern and something that you take very seriously. With the current state of the […] The post Why Choosing a Woodbridge Private School Is Your Best Bet appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
 
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  • Why Should I Register My Business

    Dobizindia
    23 Aug 2015 | 11:28 pm
    Business enterprises can be broadly divided into two categories, namely, one which is unincorporated and the other which is incorporated. The basic difference between the incorporated and the in-incorporated form of organization is that while an unincorporated form of business may be started without registration, corporate form of organization cannot be set up without registration under the laws which govern their function. “Company form of Organization is the most popular form of corporate organization.” The Company is characterized by the fact that ownership and management are separate.
  • “Startup India” And “Stand Up India” Should Be Our Mantra

    Dobizindia
    23 Aug 2015 | 10:44 pm
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has coined a new slogan ‘Startup India, Stand up India’ during his Independence Day speech. “We have to give the youth opportunities to grow and be industrialists and entrepreneurs. We want a startup network to be established in India,” Sh. Modi said. “We will also look to finance those startups better that will pledge to provide employment to greater number of people,” he added. The Prime Minister said his government was looking at systems for enabling start ups. “We must be number one in start ups – ‘start-up India and stand up India’. We…
  • LLP Registration

    Dobizindia
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:57 am
    Register a Limited Liability Partnership: Limited Liability Partnership is an advanced version of partnership firm registered under the LLP Act, 2008. A Limited Liability Partnership combines the advantage of both the Partnership and Company into a single form of organization, where the registration and maintenance cost of the firm would be minimum. All the partners in Limited Liability Partnership firm has limited liability, similar to the shareholders of company. ADVANTAGES of LLP: Separate Legal Entity Limited Liability. Easy formation. LLP can be started even with Rs. 1 as Contribution.
  • OPC Registration

    Dobizindia
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:31 am
    Formation of One Person Company In India: To Start a one person company in India, we require only one member. But in the eyes of Companies Act, 2013 we actually require two members, one would be a sole member and Director of the company and the other would be Nominee. Forming a One person Company does not involve much time, but the steps and process of incorporation is as similar to that of a Private Limited Company. Only variation from Private Limited Company is that the cost of incorporation is minimal for a One person Company. The introduction of the concept of One Person Company, enables…
  • Incorporation of Private Limited Company

    Dobizindia
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:07 am
    Registration of Private Limited Company in India: To Register a Private Limited Company in India, you have to fulfill the following requirements: Minimum 2 Members. Minimum capital for the Company should be Rs. 1,00,000/- Members should have valid individual proofs and identity. A valid address proof for your registered office address. Apart from this a Private Limited Company should be properly named. Name of a company has a vital role, it should be unique and have to reflect the business of the company. Name of a Company contains two parts- Prefix and Suffix. The Prefix should be unique and…
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  • The 16 SEO Skills for Career Success

    Infographic Portal
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:27 pm
    This infographic illustrates the 16 key SEO skills necessary for success at each key section or stage in your SEO career, from junior executive to Head of SEO. The score out of 10 provides an indication of the relative level of skill necessary at each level. Demand for digital marketing skills is exploding and there are opportunities for people with […] The post The 16 SEO Skills for Career Success appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • The 21 Best Water-based Myths Tested on MythBusters

    Infographic Portal
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:49 pm
    If you fall from a bridge does it make a difference if you hit water or concrete at the bottom? What about if you throw something like a hammer to break the surface tension before you hit the water will that help you survive? The answer to those myths and 19 others are answered in this MythBusters infographic. Water-based myths […] The post The 21 Best Water-based Myths Tested on MythBusters appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Travel & Feast Like Hemingway

    Infographic Portal
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:11 pm
    Why are Ernest Hemingway’s books so special? Many readers love how tastefully he describes having meals in each one of his books. It’s like you are almost there eating along with the characters. If you want to experience that in real life, check out the infographic and see for yourself where Hemingway or his book characters have usually dined. If […] The post Travel & Feast Like Hemingway appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • 10 Personalities of Billy Milligan Visualized

    Infographic Portal
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:42 pm
    Billy Milligan is one of the most popular individuals who had multiple personality disorder. What is MPD? People with this disorder have multiple personalities in mind who control their bodies. Billy had 24 of them. A fascinating fact is all those personalities are totally different: men and women with different temperaments, habits, and even sex orientation! The Bid4Papers team decided […] The post 10 Personalities of Billy Milligan Visualized appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
  • Why Choosing a Woodbridge Private School Is Your Best Bet

    Infographic Portal
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:32 am
    Raising children is no easy job and will require a lot of time and effort. Finding a way to bring your children up in a educational and loving environment should be a top priority. Selecting the right school for your children to attend should be a concern and something that you take very seriously. With the current state of the […] The post Why Choosing a Woodbridge Private School Is Your Best Bet appeared first on Infographic Portal - New Infographics Resource Portal.
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  • Book Review: I Love Charts

    Merrily Chopp
    3 Sep 2015 | 9:08 am
    A few weeks ago, the boss came in and surprised us with a little gift: a copy of I Love Charts The Book by Jason Oberholtzer and Cody Westphal. We follow their Twitter feed, so we were excited to see which charts made it from their Tumblr to print. Here’s what we found: Charts in […] The post Book Review: I Love Charts appeared first on ZingChart Blog.
  • Beginner Series, Part 5: Basic API Usage

    Chloe Boylan
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:40 am
    This is Part 5 of the ZingChart Beginner’s Guide – the final installment. In this guide we’ll cover the basics of the ZingChart API by introducing ZingChart methods and events. At the end of this guide we’ll have made four custom buttons that alter our chart when clicked. If you’re looking for another part of […] The post Beginner Series, Part 5: Basic API Usage appeared first on ZingChart Blog.
  • Beginner Series, Part 4: Markers, Labels, & Rules

    Chloe Boylan
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:28 am
    This is Part 4 of the ZingChart Beginner’s Guide, where we’ll learn about using scale markers to draw attention to data, how to harness the flexibility of shapes and labels to make custom buttons, and how to use ZingChart’s powerful rules and tokens to style your chart based on conditions that you declare. This guide […] The post Beginner Series, Part 4: Markers, Labels, & Rules appeared first on ZingChart Blog.
  • Beginner Series, Part 3: Axes and Dynamic Text

    Chloe Boylan
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:23 am
    This is Part 3 of the ZingChart Beginner’s Guide, where we’ll learn how to customize x and y axes, format numeric values, and use dynamic text in our labels and tooltips. Is this not the guide you’re looking for? Try one of the others in this series: Part 1: Basic Chart Elements Part 2: Basic […] The post Beginner Series, Part 3: Axes and Dynamic Text appeared first on ZingChart Blog.
  • Beginner Series, Part 2: Basic Chart Styling

    Chloe Boylan
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:21 am
    This is the second tutorial in our updated ZingChart Beginner’s Guide. We’re going to be using the chart that we built in the ZingChart Getting Started guide and modified in the previous post of this series, Basic Chart Elements. In this guide, we’ll be covering the basics of customizing the style of your charts with […] The post Beginner Series, Part 2: Basic Chart Styling appeared first on ZingChart Blog.
 
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  • The Fascinating History and Evolution of Graphic Design [Infographic]

    Arunshory M
    3 Sep 2015 | 11:08 am
    You know that the term “graphic design” was not used until 1922. But you know that widespread adoption of the phrase didn’t find its way into the popular lexicon until after World War II. Find out about the important milestones of graphic design, and how design has evolved since the beginning of the profession until today. The below infographic that made clear the history of design is inextricably linked to both culture and technological advancements, designed by Creative Market. This image shows the timeline of graphic design in the various fields such as visual…
  • HTML And CSS Cheat Sheet – #Infographic

    Arunshory M
    2 Sep 2015 | 7:58 am
    HTML lays the foundation, while CSS makes the experience easier, more engaging or more efficient. Snippets allow you to modify certain style elements faster by reducing HTTP requests. When you are designing your blog or website can take a lot of time and effort. If you haven’t used HTML and CSS before, or if you think yourself as a beginner, you can take some time to familiarize yourself with these basic coding languages using this cheat sheet. The infographic below was designed by web hosting company Bluehost, which provides a comprehensive breakdown of things you need to know about HTML…
  • What Font Is Best For You? [Infographic]

    Arunshory M
    14 Aug 2015 | 8:47 am
    Do you know your Helvetica from your Calibri? What about your slabs from your scripts? Whether you’re a designer, blogger, editor or copywriter, you need to know which typeface is best for you. The history-filled infographic was produced by mediaworks that will help you determine which typeface is best for you. This graphic takes you on a history of typefaces and acts as a guide by examining into serif vs sans-serif, fonts for the web, fonts for print, unique fonts and the future of fonts. Take a look and check out what font is best for you. The post What Font Is Best For You? [Infographic]…
  • Google Becomes Division Of Alphabet and Sundar Pichai Appointed Google CEO

    Arunshory M
    11 Aug 2015 | 7:38 pm
    Google co-founder Larry Page said in a blog post that it had formed a new holding company called Alphabet (https://abc.xyz). Google would be a wholly owned subsidiary of that entity. Page will serve as CEO of Alphabet and Google co-founder Sergey Brin will serve as president, respectively, longtime Page lieutenant Sundar Pichai will take over as Google CEO. “What is Alphabet? Alphabet is mostly a collection of companies. The largest of which, of course, is Google,” Larry Page said. “This newer Google is a bit slimmed down, with the companies that are pretty far afield of our main…
  • Microsoft Launches Translator App For iOS & Android With Wearable Support

    Arunshory M
    10 Aug 2015 | 2:19 pm
    Microsoft has released its Translate app for iOS and Android that can be used on a wide variety of devices and supports 50 different languages. However, Google’s Translate app still supports only 27 languages for text and voice conversion. So Microsoft’s new mobile app brings them in tight competition with Google’s popular Google Translate software. Users can speak or type words or phrases into Microsoft Translator, which the app shows the translated text on the screen and then speaks it too. Users can also copy paste text into the app from other apps for faster translations. However,…
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