Vintage Infodesign  Opening a new week of data visualization and visual journalism compilations here on Visualoop, a selection of more than 20 maps, diagrams, charts and graphics going back decades and even centuries. Many were published in books, magazines and newspapers, made by hand in ways that look almost impossible even with today’s technology. Read the latest issue of Scott Klein’s Above Chart newsletter for a perfect example of this. Here are all the picks of the week: Phenomena of Volcanoes and Earthquakes (1852) | James Reynolds, John Emslie (image: James Reynolds, John Emslie) Thinglink : 7 façons pour les journalistes d’utiliser l’image interactive Toute l'actualité amaytoisewww.lavenir.net Bloc Etat-Majorwww.lavenir.net Une salle de sport sera construite ici Bloc maintenance et instructionwww.lavenir.net
TCLP — 2014 Texas Nursery & Landscape Association The Texas Certified Landscape Professional (TCLP) program certifies individuals in the nursery and landscape industry that possess a high degree of knowledge and skill in horticulture and landscape development. Ready to take the exam? To start the TCLP certification exam registration process, click here. 5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics Professional infographic designers rely primarily on a core vector graphics software program to create their infographics designs. The main advantage is that all the icons, charts, images, illustrations, and data visualizations are treated as separate objects that can be easily moved, resized, overlapped, and rotated. No matter where you create the individual design elements, the final infographic design is usually put together in a vector graphics program.
Logorama wins Oscar for best animated short film Steve Douglas on March 8th, 2010 Klik hier om het <a href=" filmpje</a> te bekijken Logorama, a sixteen minute short film that pokes fun at the culture of commercialism and the impact of corporate logos on, well, everything, won the Oscar last night for best animated short film.
Charles Louis de Fourcroy Charles Louis de Fourcroy (1766 – 1824) was a French mathematician, scholar and director of director of fortifications, known from his 1782 treatise, entitled "Essai d’une table poléométrique" Biography De Fourcroy was born in the French countryside. He is the author of Essai d'une table poléométrique, a treatise on engineering and civil construction, published in 1782, which is remarkable for its period in its use of graphs to list the achievements of civil engineers of bridges and roads from 1740 to 1780 and its cross-sectional and mathematical analysis of the growth of urban areas. CreativeFlyerCreativeFlyer This week we have a free flyer club collection wich is called Free PSD Club Flyer Templates and includes 15 free psd templates from latin flyers to club and dj party or just elegant glamorous events. These flyers are perfect for club events, or a dj / band night, with a modern look and feel, and the flyers are all PSD format including some great club flyers with some elegant and sexy glamorous flyer templates. They are easy to use, just download these dj and club free flyer templates and customize to your needs and they are ready to print. Check out the Free PSD Club Flyer Templates collection: style="display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-2462436830535730" data-ad-slot="3336895630"> If you didn’t find your flyer please have a look at similar free flyers collections:
Introduction to Growth Hacking for Startups Pintrest, Facebook, Zynga, Dropbox, AirBnb… What do they all have in common? They’ve all used growth hacking techniques to grow their user base from zero to millions (and sometimes hundreds of millions). Growth Hacking isn’t viral marketing (although viral marketing is part of it).