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The Persistent Rise of E-Books

March 13, 2014

More and more Americans are switching from those old, uncool, Luddite paper-bound books to getting their novel on with e-books. Get all the facts and figures about the rising trend of e-books. Source

The Rider, The Elephant, and The Path

The Rider, The Elephant, and The Path

May 17, 2013

Do you want to influence people, to change hearts, minds, and behaviors? Dan and Chip Heath present a formula for making change in their bestselling book, Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard. This infographic shows how their model of The Rider, The Elephant, and The Path is rooted in the competing functions […]

40 Years of E-books

40 Years of E-books

May 2, 2013

Books have long been a favorite past-time and a way to escape to a far off fantasy land. The popularity of the E-book has made it even more convenient for people to indulge in the great past time of reading without having to lug a heavy book around. This infographic explores the history of E-books […]

The Evolution of Story Telling

The Evolution of Story Telling

March 29, 2013

Some of the most famous stories we know today have been passed down through many generations and over several countries. Along these incredible journeys through time and space, stories tend to change from one storyteller to another. Here is a look at four classic tales and their evolution throughout history.

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Skate Park

February 17, 2013

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Campaigns versus Conversations

February 5, 2013

Traditional marketing has been demarcated by periods known as campaigns. Software, however, can change campaigns to conversations. Conversations are beautifully amorphous and adaptable with fundamentally different dynamics. By understanding the possibilities of the digital world, the elements of campaign thinking can become good conversation. Source

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Infographics options

October 15, 2012

The blog for keeping up to date with the development of the publicity for Northumbria University’s Graphic Design Degree Show 2011. The concept, the designs and the work. Source

The Evolution of the Book

The Evolution of the Book

September 19, 2012

The origins of the e-reader you use may go back further than you think; way back to circa 3500 BC. Check out this infographic for a history of how we have come full circle when it comes to finding the written word on tablets. What’s next, the iScroll? Source

News to Me

News to Me

August 21, 2012

Laurie Hertzel’s new book, News to Me, are a chronicles of the adventures of an accidental news journalist. This infographic takes a little look into this book and promotes it’s September 2011 release.

The Evolution of the Book

The Evolution of the Book

May 7, 2012

The origins of the e-reader you use may go back further than you think; way back to circa 3500 BC. Check out this infographic for a history of how we have come full circle when it comes to finding the written word on tablets. What’s next, the iScroll? Source