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55 Hi's | A Greetings Collective WikiMatrix - Compare them all Owltastic Two Fish Illustration & Design The Anatomy Of An Infographic: 5 Steps To Create A Powerful Visual Information is very powerful but for the most bit it is bland and unimaginative. Infographics channel information in a visually pleasing, instantly understandable manner, making it not only powerful, but extremely beautiful. Once used predominantly to make maps more approachable, scientific charts less daunting and as key learning tools for children, inforgraphics have now permeated all aspects of the modern world. I designed a couple of infographics back in college, the need arising especially around the time Soccer World Cup fever spiked. Infographics can appear daunting to some with the sheer amount of data they present, but designed in the right manner and step by step, they can actually be one of the most fun things you will ever create. Today I am going to walk you through the anatomy of an infographic, its different levels and sub-levels and a 5-step process to ensure that your infographic is not only conceptually sound, but accurate and easily understood. Anatomy Of An Infographic

How to: Export, Import and Migrate Your Delicious Bookmarks It was announced today that Yahoo is shutting down the popular social bookmarking service Delicious. So we thought we’d help you out with some solutions to export the bookmarks to other services. Users have a few different choices. You can choose to export your bookmarks into an html file and import them into your browser or directly import using services like Diigo, Xmarks and Faviki. Export Your HTML After logging into Delicious users can export the bookmarks along with their tags into a single html file. Delicious mentions.. Choose Your Service With Delicious leaving, you might want to fill the void by signing to up one of the following bookmark services. Xmarks Xmarks integrates with your browser and helps you to keep bookmarks safely backed up –including Delicious bookmarks. To import Delicious bookmarks users simply log-in and go to the web portal Diigo Diigo is a bookmarking service and more. You have two options here. Pinboard Mister Wong Historio.us Faviki

Trasaterra Trasaterra is a multi-disciplinary design boutique focused on design for brand and web located in DUMBO/Brooklyn. Our collaboration has created an environment where ideas flourish and are translated into sophisticated design solutions. Our iterative approach ensures that client goals are realized at every stage of the creative process. Meet us Ewa Orzech Having studied science and fine art, Ewa found a perfect convergence of the two in the field of design. When not in front of the computer she flexes her creative muscle painting. Email: ewa@trasaterra.comTwitter: @EvaOrzech Jason Paul Jason got his creative start drawing and writing comics before studying fine art as a youth. These days it’s very rare to find Jason away from a web-connected device. Email: jason@trasaterra.comTwitter: @iAmJasonPaul What’s in a name? trasa[truh-sa] ‘road’ in Polish terra[ter-uh] ‘earth’ in Latin We first coined the name Trasaterra for our travelogue. Trasaterra Travels

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