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How To Create Outstanding Modern Infographics In this tutorial you will learn that data doesn't have to be boring, it can be beautiful! Learn how to use various graph tools, illustration techniques and typography to make an accurate and inspiring infographic in Adobe Illustrator. Start by using the Rectangle Tool (M) to draw a shape. Give it a subtle radial gradient too. The entire design is based on a grid of four columns. Condense the shape so it fits within the left-most guide and centre guide. Move the shape over to the right and add another guide to the centre here. Using the Rectangle Tool (M) draw a thin white box on the centre line that will be the width of the gap between the columns. Repeat the process for the other columns with your final result being below. I like to place the most important graphics first and work-in the ancillary charts and graphs afterwards. Early on you can experiment with placing a main graphic that will help give the piece some visual interest. Give the circles a variety of gradients. That's it!

Méthodologie pour rechercher sur Internet Une prise de notes s'avère très utile > ne pas naviguer au hasard > clarifier les concepts > trouver les termes les plus pertinents > définir sa stratégie, éventuellement la modifier De "bons" mots-clés Des mots suffisamment précis sur les moteurs - éviter les termes trop généraux qui risquent de générer trop de "bruit" dans les réponses, - choisir de préférence des termes spécifiques quitte à élargir par la suite votre requête. Des mots suffisamment larges sur les annuaires - pour trouver facilement les catégories et pour identifier les sites fédérateurs traitant du sujet, - quitte à préciser ensuite avec des termes plus précis. La langue - éviter les mots d'une langue autre que celle du moteur. Le type de mots - choisir de préférence des noms, - utiliser les autres mots (verbes, adjectifs, adverbes, pronoms) plutôt dans les expressions entre guillemets. L'ordre des mots joue parfois un rôle sur certains moteurs : - quels mots-clés sont prioritaires ? Une saisie correcte

RFID and Internet of Things infographics Infographics News, a somewhat new BlogSpot blog, has a short list from Ninian Carter of some great infographics of the last year. Ninian Carter is an scottish infographic journalist, well, the Phineas Fogg of the infographic journalists: he has worked in Scotland, England, France, Australia… and his last job was in Canada, at The Globe & Mail, place he left recently. So, as the A Team, he is avalaible for works… (if you click on his name, opening the post, you’ll go to his personal web). Once you get past the horrible spelling of the article (spell-check people, it’s a handy feature), it’s a nice collection of infographics. via Infographics news: Best infographics of 2010 according to Ninian Carter. Share

What's this about 'showrooming'? | Localism! | A Blog by Clique Showrooming is the practice of examining merchandise in a traditional brick and mortar retail store without purchasing it, but then shopping online to find a lower price for the same item. Online stores often offer lower prices than brick and mortar stores because they do not have the same overhead cost. Here are some ways to reverse “showrooming” by giving savvy consumers the tools and incentives to research online, then buy local: 1. By offering a unique selection of products that caters directly to the niche of customers that patronize your store, you are able to draw consumers in not only for the item they are seeking but to discover what else might be available in your interest range. By having a points or loyalty system, the more dollars you spend the deeper and more frequent the discounts get. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Now get out there and shop!

Cool Infographics - Blog Contact :: Swarm Mobile Offices San Francisco Los Angeles New York Sydney - Asia/Pacific Contact US/Canada Telephone: 1 415 231 6887 Australia/New Zealand Telephone: +61 (02) 7900 6726 Europe Telephone: 1 415 360 2508 ©2014 Swarm Solutions Inc. Teaching With Infographics Earlier this week I learned from Larry Ferlazzo that The New York Times Learning Network was doing a series of posts about teaching with infographics. The last installment of the series went live today with a post by Diana Laufenberg. Diana's post includes ten steps for designing lessons in which students create infographics. The entire Teaching With Infographics series contains a lot of very useful information for teachers who are considering using infographics in their classrooms. Applications for EducationI've found in my classroom that infographics can be very useful for helping students gain a better comprehension of data sets.

What are the basics for business development for a digital/ad agency The KnotPlot Site Tides Are Changing for Consumer Electronics In 2012, the lines between the digital and physical world blurred like never before, and we saw how technology transformed from a standalone asset to a supplement developed to enhance the consumer experience. We watched as stores went from developing mobile web apps to producing fully integrated digital tools to help shoppers plan their shopping strategy in advance, keeping consumers connected before, during and after their shopping experience. The annual technology mecca that is CES focuses on the technology, electronics and gadgets that merely represent capability. That capability is then applied to consumers’ wants and needs, which is where innovation truly begins. At this year’s CES, we saw accelerated developments in some of the arenas that have been popular in the last few years, such as Smart TVs, mobile technology, automotive technology and the cloud. These products continue to be of interest to the consumer. By Donald Chesnut (@D_Chesnut).

Polymaps Study: In-store technology critical for growth, helping customer relationships | Merchandising Matters | Retail Localization | RBM Technologies Seventy percent of retailers are empowering their employees with technology-enabled touch points to help their businesses to differentiate and evolve, according to a recent RSR Research report cosponsored by HP. Courtesy of Retail Store of the Future Palo Alto, Calif. — Seventy percent of retailers are empowering their employees with technology-enabled touch points to help their businesses to differentiate and evolve, according to a recent RSR Research report cosponsored by HP. The study finds that by arming their associates with a range of technologies that provide relevant and timely information — such as digital signage, self-service kiosks, mobile devices and advanced point-of-sale systems — retailers can increase productivity and boost multichannel selling opportunities. Other key findings in the survey of nearly 100 retail executives from around the world include: The research report is available for download here. Like this: Like Loading...