Creative Clusters Map

May 26, 2014

We’ve created the first ever map of the UK’s creative clusters. This piece of work identifies the nation’s top ‘creative hotspots’, areas which host clusters of creative businesses promoting innovation and economic growth across their region. Source


iPad Sales in Britain

April 21, 2014

The great British iPad sales rush. Source

Friends, TV and Internet Stats: Britistics

Friends, TV and Internet Stats: Britistics

August 30, 2013

Each Brit has 19 mates but only 3 close friends and spends 1 hour 45 minutes on the internet each day. Other stats include family arguments, television habits and internet time use. Source

Boilers & Central Heating Facts

Boilers & Central Heating Facts

April 7, 2013

Have you ever wonder which is better to use in the UK: a boiler or central heating? Well, read on and that debate can be settled with the information contained herein.

A Day in the Life of a Brit: Britistics

A Day in the Life of a Brit: Britistics

April 2, 2013

Most parents and workers will wake up before 7am, most full time employees will be at their desk for 8.30am and won’t be home until 5.45pm! Dinner time isn’t until 6.30pm and the average bed time is 11.40pm. Source


UK Time Use Men VS Women: Britistics

February 20, 2013

Image combining every Briton’s time use into 24 hours and this is what you get. We spend an hour and a half half travelling, 8 hours sleeping, 1 hour with friends and family plus 45 minutes grooming and washing. What about the differences between men and women? Men spend more time working, watching tv/films, playing […]


Who are the British?: Britistics

January 28, 2013

Out of 20 Brits 1 would be homosexual, 8 would have no religion, 7 would not vote in the election, 5 would vote conservative and 2 would be unemployed. Source

The Heart of a Nation

The Heart of a Nation

December 2, 2012

More than 750,000 people in the U.K are living with heart failure encouraging the British Heart Foundation to come up with a cure. This infographic takes a look at heart failure in the U.K and the history of this disease.

Travel Love Mach

Travel Love Mach

November 16, 2012

Where do British people travel to the most? And where do our tourists come from? Our infographic compares the number of people visiting the UK from various countries, with the number of us who venture abroad, revealing some close cultural exchanges – and a few surprises. Source

The Royal Wedding

The Royal Wedding

November 3, 2012

When Prince Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005, social media channels played a supporting role. When Prince William and Kate Middleton are married at Westminster Abbey tomorrow, social media activity will allow access to the spectacle like never before. Twitter and Facebook have been key networks in the build-up to the event with trending […]


Europe’s Web of Debt

October 4, 2012

Banks and governments in these five shaky economies owe each other many billions of euros – converted here to dollars – and have even larger debts to Britain, France and Germany. Arrow widths are proportional to debt amounts. Source

UK Budget 2010

UK Budget 2010

September 27, 2012

This infographic provides an overview for the U.K budget in 2010. It provides information on government borrowing and spending and duty imposed on different products. Source