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Generation Text

February 1, 2014

Texting is everywhere: the group of friends at a restaurant engrossed in their smartphones with thumbs going a mile a minute, the co-worker smiling down at their phone during a meeting, and you’ve probably bumped into the person who was trying to text while getting off the bus (or maybe you’ve been that person). Source

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Types of Stress

March 4, 2013

This infographic shows the various stress. It also shows the types of stress that teenagers experiences, like Insecurity, School, Relationship, and Home Stress. Source

How to Get Over Acne

How to Get Over Acne

November 19, 2012

This infographic provides information about how to Source

High School Sweet Tooth

High School Sweet Tooth

November 3, 2012

To create this infographic, Lab42 surveyed 500 Americans ages 13-17 to determine their candy preferences and candy-eating habits. The results are definitely intriguing. Even though most teens prefer chocolate over sweets, Skittles was voted the favorite candy. This could be due to their innovative and youthful marketing campaigns. Even more surprising, 29% (!) of teens […]

Birth Control Pills - A Look Back At 50 Years

Birth Control Pills – A Look Back At 50 Years

September 6, 2012

Birth control has ruled the human society ever since women realized that they are not baby making factories and that relationship, self preservation and financial possibilities responsible for sustaining a family were directly linked to how many children a family can afford. Source

Teenage Driving Dangers & Risks

Teenage Driving Dangers & Risks

July 16, 2012

Driving and attaining a driver’s license is almost a rite of passage in the US today but the risks and statistics of teenage driving can be downright terrifying. Teenage drivers between 16 and 19 are four times more likely than adults to get into an accident and the younger they are the greater the risk. […]

Pseudo Sexuality

Pseudo Sexuality

May 8, 2012

This infographic was created for a book on how graphic design has the power to change. It’s part of a series of books that examine effective design campaigns that bring awareness and change perceptions of important social issues, including sexuality.