The map of the future (Wired Italia) on the Behance Network. The italian magazine WIRED asked us to draw a map based on the scenarios developed by the Institute for the Future in Palo Alto to help the reader in the net of ideas and hypothesis built by 7000 influencers from all over the world.
Format: 82x27 Print (Gatefold) Developed by Density Design Creative direction: Donato RicciConcept: Michele Graffieti, Luca Masud, Mario Porpora, Gaia ScagnettiIllustration: Michele Graffieti Hi-res version @ FlickrZoomable widget @ Closr.it. Rock The Boat Marketing. “And, the audience sprang to its feet and cheered…” If you’re in the online content business, such physical signs of positive reinforcement are hard to come by.
But, know that what you do is appreciated and often celebrated. The following list contains 22 pieces of content. I cheered these gems when I learned about them at one point or another in 2013 and they've stood the test of as much as 12 months' time. As in previous Rock The Boat Marketing annual content highlights (last year’s), this is an idiosyncratic compilation across multiple digital marketing subject domains.
Want to play along next year? 1. The results that Google presents to you the searcher are based on how it “understands” the words you type into the search engine. This excellent Vertical Measures graphic from April details what Google has in place to read your mind, and how that's evolving. 2. Part of being social is taking part in the broader community. 3. 4. 5. Marketers need to be more analytical. A visual exploration on mapping complex networks. Data Visualization Is Reinventing Online Storytelling. Tentative de cartographie des forums francophones les plus actifs.
Je vous présente ma première tentative de cartographie des forums francophones les plus actifs, conçue pour aider les internautes à (re)découvrir ce petit monde.
Map Artists. Information Esthetics. Towards a Model of Information Aesthetics in Information Visualization - Reference List. Museum data dashboard - data visualization & visual design. An online information dashboard for the Indianopolis Museum of Art, which attempts to measure & visualize various aspects of the museum's performance. the goal of this dashboard is to seek to quantify & report out on areas of activity of general interest to museum observers & to particular interest to museum studies specialists, colleagues & patrons. tracked data attributes include "Fans on Facebook", "KWh per Day Energy Consumption" & "Number of Art Works on Loan".
[link: imamuseum.or|via serialconsign.com] 12 Cool Visualizations to Explore Books. There's reading a book, and then there's looking at, exploring, and experiencing a book.
That's what these 12 book visualizations are for. Cover Pop Thousands of books are displayed as one giant pile, arranged horizontally by time, and vertically by color of the cover. Amaztype Put in a search query, and get the results arranged in a way that spells out your query. Four Stories Ben Rubin's work at the Minneapolis Public Library. oSkope Actually five different views for books on Amazon - grid, stack, pile, list, and graph. Text Similarities Taking a look at the similarities between works of text. Touch Graph Amazon Browser Books arranged in network graph format. TextArc An oldie, but a goodie. Amaznode Amaznode is similar to the previously mentioned Touch Graph, putting search results and related book in network graph form. Literature Map This one focuses on the authors and uses some kind of multidimensional scaling to place similar authors closer to each other.