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Green Eggs & Facebook: 15 Social Media Tips from Dr Seuss

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Happy Birthday Dr Seuss! In honor of the original poet, rapper & brilliant writer, I thought it was a perfect day to repost one of my favorite blog posts

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Shauna Farey's curator insight, March 4, 2013 5:26 PM

As a mother of two small people I can totally relate to this. I often refer back to Dr Seuss when explaining things to my children.

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

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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.