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I’m becoming a huge fan of infographics, they are everywhere. Infographics provide an aesthetically-pleasing way of presenting complex information quickly, clearly and cleanly. Recently a number of companies have come out with tools, that enable us to create these cool graphics with little knowlege of design, my favorite is http://infogr.am/ . Check it out when you have a chance, it’s simply awesome. One of the questions I hear often with regards to mobile learning (mLearning) is whether companies should consider building mobile apps or developing mLearning that can be consumed by learners via browsers on mobile devices. Like anything else there are pros and cons, so it depends.
Thursday's sporadic Twitter outages gave addicts like us the shakes. After all, Twitter users average over 100,000 tweets per minute, and the site was down for a whole lot longer than that. Twitter is far from the only channel through which web users funnel data. Business intelligence company DOMO paired up with Column Five Media to create this infographic, which shows just how much data is generated every minute. SEE ALSO: Top 5 Myths About Big Data Next time you run a Google search, think about the fact that it's just one of 2 million that Google will receive in that minute.
Cette infographie créée pour et par des graphistes pourrait en intéresser plus d’un. Réalisée après avoir interviewé les 30 infographistes les plus influents du moment, elle vous permettra, peut-être d’améliorer vos atouts. A la question “faut-il savoir dessiner” pour être graphiste, 99% des sondés ont répondu no. Concernant l’inspiration, les trois premières sources citées sont le web, les livres et la radio.
Ronald Brown is a successful startup CEO with an extensive background in technology and consumer marketing. His new book, Anticipate. The Architecture of Small Team Innovation and Product Success is available via iTunes, Amazon , Barnes & Noble , and Kobo .
If you read things on the Internet, like The Next Web, you’ve probably seen an infographic. The art of the infographic depends on how what data is being presented, how cleanly, and how attractively. A well-done infographic is more interesting than a text-only post of data. The only problem with this type of content is that it’s extremely difficult to do if you don’t have a staff of designers and statisticians. Managing the data, creating a layout, testing the design, and getting sign-off on an infographic before it goes live is a long and frustrating process. One company, Infogr.am , wants to make the infographic creation process an easy one that anyone can do.
Your desk job can kill you. At the very least, it will likely make you fatter, sicker and more stressed out than a job that doesn't require sitting down and hunching over a keyboard for a third of the day. Studies have shown that the amount of time American's spend sitting increased by 8% between 1980 and 2000, while obesity rates doubled.
Having a creative resume design as a designer of any sort is a must. As well as your portfolio, it shows that you are creative, full of wonderful ideas and equipped with a ton of imagination. While these won’t work for a lawyer, an economist or anything in that job spectrum, for designers they are ideal. In this article there are over 50 examples of creative curriculum vitae for inspiration from graphic designers created in Photoshop or Illustrator, but the idea can be adapted to various types of designers.
Every day we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. Yes, that sounds like quite a lot – and it is! To put it into perspective, we have produced more than 90% of all online data that exists in the world today within these past two years.
You'll Love This Design Tutorial If: You love seeing those cool infographics trending on the web You want to learn how to make your own! You want to clearly and effectively present information (and have people interested in it)
The use of infographics also known as information graphics in web design is a quite new trend in the designer community. They are mostly used in order to represent complicated information or workflows that need to be easily understood. Complicated maps, technical writing, mathematics, science and other fields usually go for infographics in order to represent the information clearly and as simple as possible. Infographics are meant to represent conceptual information without intimidating the end user.
Even if information is highly out of ordinary and attention-grabbing, if your content contains lengthy plain text without illustration or images whatsoever, the entire page becomes dull and unimaginative. To sort this out, infographics help in routing information in a creative manner and in a style making your information easier to understand. In a nutshell, infographics are visual representations involving data with applied design and style aspects to display written content. In forms of images plus text, some charts and other friendly resources, they extend the content of articles, usually of statistical data, and increase familiarity of readers in a way that elevates their comprehension. In this article, we will tackle how you can design effective infographics for your blog.
By 2013, there will be more than 1 billion HTML5-capable browsers in use throughout the world. Applications for those HTML5 browsers will be created by 2 million HTML Web developers, according to research from IDC. There is no question that HTML5 is going to be a major factor in mobile development during the next five to 10 years.
We use the Web for just about anything these days. At the minimum, we do stuff like reading the news headlines, catching up with friends, and checking our emails . But as technology advances, more and more bandwidth-hungry apps and services start to crop up. You can now do weekly skype sessions with your family when you are away in campus, or even complete an online degree with a university halfway across the world. Gaming or collaborations need no longer be limited to people of the same nationality or even the same timezone. All of this and a whole lot more is made possible because of the Internet – and a stable Internet connection, of course.
Did you know that the majority of Android users in China are on a 2G network? That about 44% of Android users in China use HTC phones? That almost 14% of iPhone users in China have spent $10-$20 on paid apps, with 9% spending more than $50? China has the largest mobile-phone installed base (by volume) in the world, and just as it is in the U.S., the Chinese market is an Android vs. iPhone war. So how do people in China use their smartphones, and how does that compare to those in the United States? As it is in the U.S., the top app categories in China are games and social networking , according to Chinese mobile ad firm Guohe .