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There’s Always Room For Pie

Nov, 20 2012

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, our shopping carts are getting filled with the basics: turkey, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, and all the other traditional fixings. There’s even some specialties that each different family will bring to the table, like Grandma’s green bean casserole. Before you finish your checkout, make sure you swing past the bakery and include a nice selection of pies to your cart, because dessert is one of the most important ingredients to any successful Thanksgiving dinner. 

Infographics, Visualization


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Thanksgiving by the Numbers

Nov, 19 2012

Thanksgiving has become a staple of the American holiday and tradition circuit. People’s lives have become so hectic and demanding that it has become an annual reminder to drop (most of) what your doing, and share a little TLC with the ones you love. Thanksgiving has always been a time of reflection and one be thankful for being alive. The original Thanksgiving was a 3-day harvest feast held by the founders of the Plymouth colony in 1621, and the Thanksgiving we experience today is quite different than what early settlers were exposed to. 

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Are You Suffering from Unhealthy Social Media Use?

Nov, 12 2012

The Internet has become the building block of information creation and storage in the modern age. It’s a place where we can create websites, publications, blogs, and micro-blogs; then transfer that knowledge to people across the globe. Social media has become one of the greatest harnessers of this technology — a vehicle that comes in many different makes and models – and provides us with a multitude of stellar platforms in which to engage and share this content. With all of this social media bliss distracting us, sickness has also come knocking on our doors. 

Infographics, Visualization


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A Case for Space: The Office Cubicle Expands

Nov, 7 2012

The days of stuffy work environments, über boring decor, and closed off working spaces are going the way of the dinosaur. As technologies evolve and work needs change, companies are acknowledging the need for more adaptable workspaces as well. Companies like Google, Facebook, Pandora and Urban Outfitters are spearheading the charge in creating an encouraging space to foster creativity, innovation, contemplation, and collaboration — creating an intensely valid case for space. 

Design, Infographics


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Art of Performance: Famous Sports Moments Graphed

Nov, 2 2012

The images you see here represent some of the best moments in sports history, while at the same time representing some of the best data visualization I’ve seen in a while. Not only do these graphics clearly and cleanly demonstrate the massive talent of the competitors in each varied sport, each also does it with a stylish and appropriate display for the data involved. For the information obsessed, these graphics truly prove that data can be beautiful.

Data Visualization, Design, Graphic Design, Infographics, Visualization


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Seeking With Siri: SEO for the Mobile Search World

Oct, 31 2012

The web is expanding exponentially, and thanks to smartphones, the mobile market is vastly becoming a major player in this sphere. The mobile web is the fastest growing online arena, now home to more than 4 billion connected smartphones. If statistics hold, mobile use will overtake desktop traffic by 2014. This is an important realization to be made, because no matter what type of business you run, your audience already is — or soon will be — on the mobile web, and reaching them on this platform should become a priority.

Infographics, Visualization


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The Surprising Burden of Small Business Regulations

Oct, 27 2012

Often one of the great mysteries of owning a business is something we don’t want to deal with at all: taxes and regulatory fees. These unavoidable facts of life can be an intimidating source of stress and confusion for many entrepreneurs and, as this graphic from ChamberofCommerce.com clearly illustrates, there are some surprisingly unfair burdens put on those least equipped to handle this: the smallest businesses in the United States.

Data Visualization, Infographics, Visualization


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4 Major Social Segments to Watch

Oct, 18 2012

Trying to figure out — and stay up with — what’s going on with social networks requires some dedication, and keeping your ear to the ground. If you’ve been paying attention, then you’ve probably noticed a shift in the conversation. Previously, the dialogue was fixated on growing Fans, Followers, and building a creative presence on social media sites. Now, the dialogue has shifted into a conversation about driving real engagement and measurable business value.

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James Bond: The Tricked Out Gadgets and Vehicles of 007

Oct, 17 2012

The legacy of James Bond lives on. With the treasured franchise now reaching its 50th anniversary and the new feature film, Skyfall  preparing to hit studios; there’s no better time to take a closer look at the Bond legacy — especially when it comes to his vehicles and gadgets. We all know James Bond was known for his ability to seduce the most bombshell vixens the planet has ever seen, but he was also known for having the hottest rides and coolest gadgets – all decked out with the most high tech and often impractical weaponry ever needed for any situation.

Infographics, Visualization


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The Ultimate Zombie Preparation Guide

Oct, 16 2012

There’s nothing worse than getting caught with your pants down, especially if it’s during the psychotic rampage of a brain-eating, flesh tearing, walking dead style zombie apocalypse. Staying alive has become your new objective, and you’ve got a couple different options: hunt them down, or head for the hills. Either way, you’ll need to prepare for the eventual end of the world, and now is the time to plan, research and train.

Infographics, News, Visualization


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