Robin Good: Here is a handy short guide to nine free infographic creation tools that can be utilized to create enticing visuals, word charts and data-based infographics without having special technical skills.
Hey All -- sometimes in business we need to display/convey data with our storytelling. So how do you display data in engaging ways? I love this article because it shares 6 free tools to use, plus there's a little tutorial on how to make infographics.
We all know how important it is to have the right tool for the job at hand. Bookmark this article so when you need the tools you have them. Enjoy playing with your numbers and showing them in different ways!
This infographic, A History of Disruptive Innovations in B2B Marketing, looks at breakthrough technologies and processes that forever changed one segment of the world: the lives of B2B marketing professionals.
But the release of this infographic is emblematic of another change — albeit a smaller, more nuanced change. It heralds a refined approach to content marketing.
Infographics about sharing run rampant on the web, but every year the folks at clearspring, the makers of the popular “AddThis” widget, tally up all the shares they’ve seen over the last year and give the world some interesting statistics about what’s working and what’s not. This year’s infographic has a lot of interesting elements, including the reveal that Tumblr sharing continues to grow exponentially.
Contrairement à la France, le marché des ebooks connaît un véritable engouement outre-Atlantique. L’infographie suivante, réalisée par l’équipe de CreditDonkey, met en avant quelques chiffres clefs, représentatifs d’un marché en pleine expansion. Aujourd’hui près d’1 adulte américain sur 5 détient une liseuse.
Make no mistake. Pinterest may be a pretty interface full of recipes, do-it-yourself tips, and pictures of cuddly animals (what social site doesn’t have cute animals anymore?), but the end game is all business.
Over the past few years, techniques of data visualization are used in contemporary maps to slot an array of information in including destination points, local landmarks, etc. Below are just some of the most useful and effective infographics
One term we've heard more of this past year is "gamification," the transfer of gaming activities and concepts to more mainstream enterprise software. Certainly, this isn't new: corporate games have been around for a long time; Maritz (the HR benefits company) has built a wonderful business using many gaming techniques. But this year it seemed that games were everywhere, and not just Foursquare badges and check-ins.