Archive for December, 2009
Posted on 29. Dec, 2009 by admin.
Now this one was really fun to do for Rasmussen College. Density is a concept that can be hard to conceptualize. You can have to bricks of something the same size, yet one is 10 lbs and the other 1,000 lbs. So I created a standard format to help visualize the density of all kinds […]
Posted on 28. Dec, 2009 by admin.
Mother Jones is one of the few mags i read on a regular basis and I came across some data that I though would be great visualized. Having gone through the post gift exchange crash, and having to twist and pry and stab at all manner of toy packaging, I felt a connection with this […]
Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by admin.
So being the holiday season, Mint.com and I decided to do some relevant infographics. This one details the charity situation in the US, who gives, hoe much, where it goes. Some interesting facts: There are some charities that only give 4 cents of every dollar donated to actual recipients. 4 cents! Those should be shut […]
Posted on 02. Dec, 2009 by admin.
I wouldn’t be a responsible online retailer if I didn’t offer some sweet deals for the holidays. So here is the run down. The first 5 people to retweet the following will get a free Death and Taxes:2010 poster or a free 389 Years Ago offset. Free poster, free shipping, 100% easy as pie. WallStats.com […]