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40 Entertaining Infographics Plus Some Tips On Creating Your Own Using Photoshop

40 Entertaining Infographics Plus Some Tips On Creating Your Own Using Photoshop | history of marketing | Scoop.it
  

Infographics are popular. They help reduce complex coherences to simplified illustrations. Information gets visualized. The best infographics are self-explanatory, needing almost no text at all.

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Jane Sleeth's comment, May 30, 2013 1:51 PM
Remember however that the use of icons and infographics needs to take into account principals of Universal Design so that people of all ability levels can "read", understand and use. JE Sleeth OPC Accessible Design consultants since 1991
Cam's comment, May 30, 2013 9:34 PM
I disagree Jane. It would be great if everything were able to be accessible to everyone, but that is simply not the reality. We can't homogenise visual art into an accessible form, simply because some people can't see the fine details. That would be as wrong as never considering visually impaired persons, for example.
Cam's comment, May 30, 2013 9:34 PM
I disagree Jane. It would be great if everything were able to be accessible to everyone, but that is simply not the reality. We can't homogenise visual art into an accessible form, simply because some people can't see the fine details. That would be as wrong as never considering visually impaired persons, for example.
history of marketing
A infograpgh on how the marketing trends developed over the years
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Infographic - Social Media Statistics for 2013

Infographic - Social Media Statistics for 2013 | history of marketing | Scoop.it
Some great social media statistics for 2013 covering Facebook, Twitter, Google + Instagram and Pinterest.

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Maria Elena Leta's curator insight, April 23, 2013 9:51 AM

Well explained!

Joe Stafura's curator insight, April 23, 2013 1:49 PM

The number that have no concern over privacy was higher than expected, simply as it is mentioned so much it seemed likely that during sign up most would at least look at the options, mmm...guess not.

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21 Social Media Marketing Tips From the Pros

21 Social Media Marketing Tips From the Pros | history of marketing | Scoop.it
Are you struggling to keep up to date with the best social media marketing tips?
Would you like to know how to get the best results with your social media marketing?

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40 Entertaining Infographics Plus Some Tips On Creating Your Own Using Photoshop

40 Entertaining Infographics Plus Some Tips On Creating Your Own Using Photoshop | history of marketing | Scoop.it
  

Infographics are popular. They help reduce complex coherences to simplified illustrations. Information gets visualized. The best infographics are self-explanatory, needing almost no text at all.

Via Mark Strozier
Kanti Banerjee's insight:

cool

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Jane Sleeth's comment, May 30, 2013 1:51 PM
Remember however that the use of icons and infographics needs to take into account principals of Universal Design so that people of all ability levels can "read", understand and use. JE Sleeth OPC Accessible Design consultants since 1991
Cam's comment, May 30, 2013 9:34 PM
I disagree Jane. It would be great if everything were able to be accessible to everyone, but that is simply not the reality. We can't homogenise visual art into an accessible form, simply because some people can't see the fine details. That would be as wrong as never considering visually impaired persons, for example.
Cam's comment, May 30, 2013 9:34 PM
I disagree Jane. It would be great if everything were able to be accessible to everyone, but that is simply not the reality. We can't homogenise visual art into an accessible form, simply because some people can't see the fine details. That would be as wrong as never considering visually impaired persons, for example.