Current Trends in Online Communication

July 8, 2014

Email came along and completely changed the way in which we communicate as sending a simple message became as easy as the click of a button. This infographic looks at the evolution of email and the many important milestones that occurred along the way to becoming the email of today. Source


Elevate Communication Between Your Colleagues

July 4, 2014

The reality is that most leaders, managers, and employees within most organizations simply don’t communicate with one another very well. Communication is imperative for sound business operations, regardless of whether those conversations happen in person, by phone, through email, or from afar via virtual teams. And the need is not necessarily for more communication, but […]


Buzzword Bingo

July 2, 2014

Take this along to your next meeting. If you win, you probably really just lost. Source


What’s Changing Online Behaviour?

June 24, 2014

‘Living with the internet: A Global Study of What’s Driving Web Behaviour’ is a major piece of research conducted by Microsoft Advertising, Mindshare and MEC. It revisits a 2007 study, Context Matters, and explores changing online behaviour to show how digital media consumption has developed.


Why Transformation Efforts Fail

June 19, 2014

Sketchnote of the classic HBR Article, Why Transformation Efforts Fail Source


The Boom of Social Sites

May 29, 2014

One of the first social media sites was created back in 1995 but the phenomenon didn’t really take off until the early 2000s. Now social media sites are every day stops for most people whether it’s updating a status on Facebook or tweeting about their day. This infographic looks at the social media boom and […]


Online Fax vs. Traditional Fax

April 29, 2014

A quick comparison of online fax and traditional fax in terms of savings, ease of use, mobility and environmental aspects. Source


The Ultimate List: 100+ Facebook Statistics

March 13, 2014

With more than 500 million users, Facebook has changed the way we communicate forever and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. This infographic looks back on the social media phenomenon which allows you to know what your Aunt Jean had for lunch or stalk your ex’s new girlfriend all with the click of a button.


A Brief History of Communication

March 8, 2014

This infographic provides a visual genealogy of communication from the advent of modem cars to the internet. The infographic shows how the various ways of communication have evolved and grown since the 1880s and what that means for humanity. Source

Tackle Conflict in Any Setting

March 7, 2014

Conflict is inevitable. Whether you work at a corporation, hospital, school, in public administration or law – disagreements will arise. Creighton University


The United States of Connectedness

January 9, 2014

Mobile phones have helped close the gap between people, connecting friends, family and co-workers across wide distances. But the lines of communication don’t follow traditional state and city boundaries and instead reflect different social influences and relationships that are sometimes harder to understand.


10 Levels of Intimacy in Today’s Communication

December 28, 2013

Human communication is often aided and abided by many modern devices. This infographic examines human communication and ranks them from least to most intimate. Source