Monthly Archive:: January 2013

The Universe of the Gaming Genres

It’s strange out there in the gamers’ universe, a nebulous space where cross-bred genres give birth to brave new worlds. Populated with the caffeine fuelled imaginings of incredibly creative game developers, the worlds within the gamers’ universe continue to evolve, keeping pace with new technologies.   Ordered in the type of environment the games are

Small Biz Weathers the Storm

Content marketing is a marketing technique that involves the creation or sharing of content for the purpose of engaging customers. More and more companies are incorporating content marketing into their overall digital strategies.This infographic doesn’t just tout Slideshare’s growth; it also offers stats for creating an “optimal presentation” on the popular site. Link

What a Transit City Could Look Like in 2040

Jensen staked out 2040 for his, taking inspiration from not only Felix and Janssen’s maps, but also other fantasy TTC maps, Transit City’s real plans, and other transit systems from around the world, all to create an extraordinarily well-thought out look at the possible geography and logic of Toronto’s future transit system.

16 Things You Didn’t Know About Sleep

Sleep is required to function and while scientists do not know everything about sleep they do know some. Different amounts of sleep are needed depending on your age; babies need sixteen hours, kids 3-18 need ten, adults 19-55 need eight, and adults over 65 need six. Sleep is the time when your brain recharges, your

What Renovations Have the Best Resale Value?

We’ve partnered with our friends at Mixtent to create this infographic about software engineers. Mixtent is a web application that lets you rate and discover the most talented people in your professional network. By taking a look at the data for software engineers across all of its users, Mixtent analyzed their skills and how other

Infographic of Infographics

Data visualization through the use of infographics makes life easy. Anyone can easily tell what is being shown because everything included in the image are comprehensible. Imagine if all data, instruction, reports are just plain text. Who would want that (text-type), right? Link

Who’s Wearing the Pants

This infographic how the role of women in the U.S has changed in the 21st century, in a place today where women have more choices, opportunity and in some cases, power. The infographic shows that due to an increase in education, women’s presence in business, and more control over family issues, women have become a