Converging Devices, Connecting Lives

March 29, 2014

As we saw at our recent #ShiftNYC event, the unprecedented amount of information, connectivity, energy and creativity taking place is redefining how we interact in our personal and professional lives. Our home and work lives are converging as technologies, tools and trends have shifted the way we live and work — we’re experiencing a #shift […]



March 24, 2014

In this piece we’re taking a look at the history of the Internet usage, observing how much has the game changed in the last few years, who are the biggest players, where are the most users from, who’s speedier and so on. Click here to see the full size version. Enjoy and let us know […]


A History of Apple, From Inception To Today

March 21, 2014

How did Jobs, Wozniak and a lesser known fellow by the name of Ronald Wayne find their identity in the market and eventually allow Mr. Jobs to grow the company to where it is today? With a market capitalization that is now larger than Microsoft, it’s almost hard to believe. With a quick thanks to […]


iPod: 10th Anniversary Memorandum

March 21, 2014

To celebrate the anniversary of this little white box that you can’t even buy in white any more, we’ve put together this cool infographic tracing the iPod’s journey from humble beginnings then world domination to being on the brink of riding its scroll-wheel off into the digital sunset. Source


The Influential Power of Print

March 19, 2014

Since the very early days of pictograms, the human race has consistently developed more advanced ways of sharing ideas and information between one another. Today, men and women the world over have a vast array of knowledge at their finger tips. We can read books, gaze upon imagery, source data and discover a wealth of […]


The Evolution of Business Cards

March 18, 2014

Business cards have been a staple in business status and communication for many years, containing varying degrees of contact information, personal details and business service information. At MOO we decided to take a look at where they came from and how they ended up as they have today. Source


Empire State Building: The World’s Most Famous Office Building

March 17, 2014

Did you know that the Empire State Building was built at a rate of 4 1/2 stories a week and weighs 365,000 tons? Find out more about this amazing building in this graphic all about the Empire State Building. Source


Western Civilization’s Historical Guide job search

February 24, 2014

The search for a job has evolved dramatically over the millenia. Today, with the use of the Internet, we have the advantage of being able to search all over the world for that perfect position. Of course, it wasn’t always like that. For most of history, men and women have had little to no choice […]


The Shrinking Cost of Mobile

February 21, 2014

Today, it’s a stark reminder of how far mobile has come from the days that only the very rich could afford to talk into a device the size of Shaquille O’Neal’s high tops… With the help of this graphic, let’s take a walk down memory lane to reminisce about just how far mobile technology has […]


The Nine Technological Epochs of Human Discourse

February 12, 2014

My diagrammatic musings aim to be stimulating distractions and a celebration of traditional graphic and mathematical methods taken out of context, or into new paradigms. But not necessarily useful. Source


iPhone History

February 9, 2014

The Apple iPhone has quickly risen in popularity and is now one of the top Smartphones in the world. How did Apple create such a well-received device? This infographic looks back on the history of the iPhone and how it became so popular.


Android Fragmentation

February 8, 2014

Michael DeGusta has done an amazing job charting the fragmentation of Android by visualizing the history of operating system updates on Android smartphones for sale in the United States. Compare this to iPhone updates (which DeGusta did), and it paints a telling picture. Source