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Create Online Presentations with responsive Design

Create Online Presentations with responsive Design | hobbitlibrarianscoops | Scoop.it
Responsive User Interface within Presenter allows you to create Online Presentations and infographics easier and faster than before right in your browser.

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Creative presentations for all.  

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13 Reasons Why Your Brain Craves Infographics

13 Reasons Why Your Brain Craves Infographics | hobbitlibrarianscoops | Scoop.it

The problem with the infographics is that they’re normally static images. But with HTML5 these infographics are changing and becoming even more awesome.

Take a look at this one for example. This article shows screenshots, but as soon as you go to the actual website, you will see movement while you scroll, you can interact with several elements and you will be able to quickly follow up on a source.


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Power of the visual

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The Urban Observatory: A New Way To Compare Cities, From The Creator Of TED

The Urban Observatory: A New Way To Compare Cities, From The Creator Of TED | hobbitlibrarianscoops | Scoop.it
This giant installation and a website you can play with at home lets you compare the worlds urban centers side by side.

We live in a world of easily accessible maps; however, our map knowledge is limited by the fact that no two cities collect data the same way. Maps often aren’t drawn to the same scale, and until now, there hasn’t been a way to compare data on things like income, cost of living, water distribution, and power grids.

It’s a problem that has bugged Richard Saul Wurman, the creator of the TED conference (as well as an architect and graphic designer), for decades.

Wurman recently teamed up with Jon Kamen of Radical Media and Esri president Jack Dangermond to create an ambitious solution: the Urban Observatory, an immersive exhibit featuring standardized comparative data on over 16 cities. Zoom in on one city map and other cities will simultaneously zoom in at the same scale, making it possible to compare data on traffic density, vegetation, residential land use, and so on.


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