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Como Crear una Infografía Imponente

10 de julio de 2012 2 comentarios

No hay ningún mejor modo de mostrar a las compañías como crear una contratación de una infografía que por pasos Como hacer una infografia imponenteperfilados en la forma de una explicación visual.

Esta nueva infografía por Infographic Labs — primero publicada por Performancing.com — destaca las mejores prácticas de desarrollar de un modo creativo sacar las palabras sobre nuevos datos.

Cuando la cantidad de información que consumimos en el Internet crece y la disminución de la atención aumenta gracias a las distracciones del correo electrónico a Facebook, las firmas de estudio del mercado y otras compañías embalan nuevos datos de modos visuales. En algunos casos, las infografías hasta van virales.

De como las combinaciones de colores y gráficas a la disposición próxima, esta infografía le da un informe detallado en como sacar mejor su información a otros.

¿Qué hace usted para pensar en una gran infografía? Déjenos saber sus pensamientos en los comentarios.

 

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Infografía vía Infographic Labs

 

Como Crear una Infografía Imponente

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How Do Couples Divide Their Money? Infographies

12 de noviembre de 2010 2 comentarios
Kissing the Clouds

 

 

 

Eleven examples of man made highness compared to some other well-known tall structures. This infographic made by Erik Wiegers graphic designer and conceptcreator from Netherlands.

If you like what you see, you can find more work of Erik Wiegers on the http://www.behance.net/erikwiegers.

How Do I Become President?

 

 

 

An infographic detailing the presidential selection process in the United States. Submitted into the “How Do I Become President?” Challenge ( challenge.gov ).

via www.flickr.com

How Do Couples Divide Their Money?

 

 

 

Few topics ignite as much curiosity and passionate discourse as that of handling money in a relationship.

Should couples merge all their finances, or should they take a “mine, yours and ours” approach? How large of a purchase can you make without discussing it with your partner in advance? Should you merge credit cards? To get a better idea of how couples throughout the country perceive their financial lives and how they manage their joint money, see mint.com infographic.

via www.mint.com


Weapons of victory

 

 

 

Legendary Red Army weapons used in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War against Nazi Germany.

via en.rian.ru
(click above link to see an interactive graphics)

 

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Nutritional Tricks for the Developing World: Infographie

10 de noviembre de 2010 Deja un comentario
Nutritional Tricks for the Developing World

 

 

 

Proper diet and nutrition are key to children’s well-being, keeping them healthy and supporting cognitive development. A diet without nutrients like iron or folic acid can have serious effects. But in the developing world, the correct nutrients aren’t always in children’s diets. Adding those nutrients to the available food—even to foods in which they don’t naturally occur—can be a huge boost to public health. It’s a lesson we learned in the United States long ago, and one we need to apply to the rest of the world.

via awesome.good.is

Science R&D Spending in the Federal Budget

 

 

 

Federal funding for basic science, including stem-cell research and climate-change initiatives, could hinge on what happens in the new House of Representatives, which will be controlled by the Republicans. However, if the past is any guide, dollars allocated for science will transcend both politics and the economy. Here’s a look at science funding over the years made by Karl Tate from livescience.com.

via www.livescience.com


Energy Generation and Use

 

 

 

 

This infographic designed by Gareth Parry from Auckland, New Zealand. He plan to make 52 infographics in 52 weeks. This (17th week) week’s challenge Make an infographic about energy.

This infographic answers: Where was our energy generated at the end of last millennium? How did we use it?

via 52-infographics.blogspot.com

Math Can Be Interesting

 

 

 

Math Can Be Interesting.

via www.barnorama.com

Recession Recovery: Best and Worst American Cities

 

 

 

When it comes to The Great Recession, there are plenty of cities that are recovering nicely from the economic slump and those that have completely missed the boat.

via www.visualeconomics.com


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Financial Flops of The Silver Screen (Infographie)

4 de noviembre de 2010 Deja un comentario
Financial Flops of The Silver Screen

 

Creating a big, expensive epic that flops at the box office has got to be embarrassing. Depending on how bad the movie is and how badly it flops, it can destroy careers…

Do the biggest box office failures lose a few million? Ten million? More? Much more.

via www.creditloan.com


Billionaires’ Favorite Politicians

 

The billionaires on the Forbes 400 list have given more than $30 million to politicians and political action committees since 2006, along with millions more in soft money to politically active groups. Although Forbes 400 members give about 15% more money to Republicans than Democrats, they fund groups across the political spectrum.

via www.forbes.com
(click above link to see an interactive graphics)

100:One Hundred Years of Government Versus Economy

 

John Palmer has a look at the past 100 years of government and economic indicators:

Download pdf: 100.pdf
Source: www.johnwpalmer.com

What Companies Are Giving the Most Money to Political Candidates

Every two years, good.is look at the candidates who have raised the most money while trying to represent us. In this year’s midterms, the representatives from each party are Charles Schumer (D-NY)—who is a shoo-in to keep his seat and has raised the most money of any Democrat—and Marco Rubio (R-FL) who is running against an independent former governor as well as a Democrat, and leading handily. This is what they would look like if they were forced to campaign in suits that made it clear to the world who their sponsors were, just like NASCAR drivers.

via awesome.good.is

Which Actors Have Died the Most?

 

Here Lies 15 of Hollywood’s Most Killed Stars. Robert De Niro has died in 14 films which include: Bloody Mama, Bang the Drum Slowly, Mean Streets, Brazil, The Mission, Cape Fear, This Boy’s Life, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein , Heat, The Fan, Jackie Brown, Great Expectations, 15 Minutes and Hide & Seek.

via www.chacha.com

 

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7 Infographies

1 de noviembre de 2010 1 comentario
How does the British economy benefit from the Internet?

 

 

 

How do you measure the effects of the internet on the economy? A Google funded report published today answers this question and concludes the internet business in the UK made £100 billion in 2009.

via www.guardian.co.uk

The Top 100 Tableau Public Visualizations in Q3 2010

 

 

Tableau Software is the leading provider of fast analytics and data visualization software. Tableau Public visualizations have been viewed more than 7.5 million times since our February launch. That viewership is a direct result of talented and creative authors. To celebrate those authors and their vizes, they have made their own visualization, showing the top 100 Tableau Public views by traffic in Q3 of 2010.

Take a look and as always,interactive!

via www.tableausoftware.com
(click above link to see an interactive visualizations)

 

 

How to Explain the Internet to a 19th-Century Street Urchin

 

 

 

Do you know how the internet really works — how you’re able to read this article on a magical glowing rectangle attached to a keyboard?

This cheat sheet created by flowchart guru Doogie Horner  explain the inner workings of the web to someone even less informed.

via www.fastcodesign.com

 

How Do Americans Feel About The Recession?

 

 

 

Earlier this year, the National Bureau of Economic Research delivered a piece of news that came as a surprise to most Americans: the recession, it determined, had officially ended in June 2009. At a total of 18 months, it now has dubious honor of being the longest U.S. recession since the Great Depression.

But how do Americans feel about it? Do the millions unemployed individuals feel like it really is over? And how do people – employed and unemployed – feel about its aftermath? mint.com compiled the answers those questions, and more, in their latest infographic.

via www.mint.com

 

Eating the Earth

 

 

 

How does our diet affect the planet? And how do some of the different diets around the world compare?

via www.flickr.com

 

$1.75 Million of Awesome Pepsi Refresh Grants at Work in New York

 

 

 

The Empire State really is something. The communities in New York have been doing remarkable things through the Pepsi Refresh Project, from major school improvements to veterans’ support, and everything in between. Here’s a look at some the amazing things New Yorkers have done to make their wold a better place.

via awesome.good.is

 

CQ Economy Tracker

 

 

 

A massive data visualization tool that lets users find out how the U.S. economy is performing, including breakouts on jobs, house prices, inflation and income. The visualization was designed & developed by the editorial multimedia team of CQ-Roll Call Group, the premier political news and information provider covering congress.

The data is collected from government and non-government sources; the interactive shows all historical data and is updated live as new data is released. It also features a glossary with sources and descriptions of the data and the data is available for download in Excel format. We think it’s the first interactive tool of its kind to pair up this much national and regional/state data side-by-side. It’s hooked up to a database and was built in Flash. All of the components, including the graphing and mapping portions, were custom built and are fully reusable APIs.

via cqeconomytracker.cq.com
(click above link to play with this interactive tool)

 

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Halloween Celebration Around the World

 

This map made by chartsbin.com shows halloween celebration around the world.

via chartsbin.com
(click above link to see an interactive map)


Evolution of Halloween

 

A timeline of the evolution of Halloween, including some fun facts about pumpkins and the ingredients and annual consumption of candy corn.

via www.classesandcareers.com

The Business of Horror

 

Halloween is one of America’s biggest revenue-generating holidays. And get this: the tradition thrived even during the spooky economy of the past couple of years. Costume sales jumped 5.1% in 2008 and another 2.4% in 2009.

In this infographic, mint.com explore the economics of Halloween: read on, some of the stats may give you chills!

via www.mint.com

The Economics of Halloween

 

Do Americans like candy? They like it to the tune of $20 billion a year! That’s right- Americans spend $20 billion on their sweet little vices. They’re out there night and day buying candy bars, chocolates, hardy candy and everything else that packs in the sugar.

via www.creditloan.com

History of Halloween

 

Halloween History gives you spooky details on the origins of Halloween, some of which goes back 2,000 years.

via www.frightcatalog.com


World Foreign Prisoners percentage within the Prison Population

 

This map made by chartsbin.com shows the percentage of foreign prisoners within each national prison population. Foreign prisoners includes men and women held in penal institutions, as pre-trial detainees (remand prisoners) or having been convicted and sentenced, in the world

via chartsbin.com
(Click above link to see an interactive map)

 

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Weave Data: How to Analyze Your Personal Internet Traffic? Infographie

25 de octubre de 2010 Deja un comentario
Weave Data: How to Analyze Your Personal Internet Traffic? 

We all use twitter, write emails, skype and blog all day long. There isn’t a single day we are not going to visit websites like google, youtube, the website of our favorite newspaper or social network and browse through the web. Despite that, or actually because of it, everybody tends to use the web in a different manner.

To visualize this fact and the traces we leave on our journey through the internet and to reveal some of the hidden patterns of our everyday online life, weave magazine asked onformative to create a data visualization of the online activity of several interaction designers, artists and developers.

By analyzing your personal internet traffic logfile using the custom written software you get a distinctive and unique visualization of your online activities.

Collecting the Data : Download LogTool
Analyzing & Visualizing : Download Visualization Sourcecode
How to do – tutorial: Weave Data Tutorial

Search Engine History 

Nowadays we take the existence of search engines, especially Google (and Bing) as normal and for many among us a life without Google would be hard to imagine. But how did it come this far and how did search engines evolve over the last two decades? We looked at the history of the crawlers and if you thought there was only Google, Yahoo and Bing this infographic will show you how wrong you are. For the internet nerds among us, let this infographic take you on a trip down memory lane.

via performancing.com


The Varieties of Intimate Relationship 

The Varieties of Intimate Relationship.

via www.informationisbeautiful.net

The Evolution of the Geek 

When one hears the word ‘geek’, images are conjured of pocket protectors and nightstands made out of old comic books. That old notion of geek-dom has since evolved into a new, tech-savy, and dare we say ‘cool’ geek’

via www.flowtown.com

How Google dominates the Web 

Google began strictly as a search company, and it’s still their bread and butter. However, as the company has grown, it’s spread its tentacles like a giant octopus out to most parts of the Web. A benevolent giant octopus, providing lots of highly useful services, but a giant nonetheless. Try surfing the Web without touching a single Google service. It’s impossible.

How Google dominates the Web?

via royal.pingdom.com


A Handy Alternative Therapy Flowchart 

If perchance you are a little disillusioned with allopathy, here’s a handy little flowchart to help you find the ideal alternative therapy to meet your needs.

This flowchart is made by Crispian Jago  IT Consultant from Hampshire, United Kingdom.

via Crispian Jago

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