Monthly Archive:: April 2013

2012 GOP Presidential Candidates: Key Issues

The race to become the Republican nominee in the 2012 presidential election features its first debate on Thursday. Hosted in Greenville, South Carolina by Fox News, only five candidates met the strict polling and fundraising thresholds to participate. Businessman Herman Cain, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, former Minnesota Gov. Tim

Numerology: Donuts

This donut-centric infographic was created for Fast Company magazine’s Numerology section. Amazingly, no crullers were consumed during the making of this piece. Link

The Luxury Car Industry

A car is a status symbol for many people. Many people believe what you drive says something about you and is an extension of your personality. This infographic looks at facts and figures that deal with the luxury car industry. Read on for more information. Link

The Web Of Ad Technology Funding

With so many different ways of making money online it can be extremely difficult deciding exactly what you should do without a proven plan. Use these 7 time tested and proven methods for achieving your income goals online to start small and have the ability to scale your business to whatever size you want to

Seasonal fruits for jams

My first infographic of recommend fruits for the production of jams. For each month are represented fruits recommended for achieving the jams. This drawing is intended to be shipped with customer orders of my French website Guillaume Link

Sharing Trends

Without a doubt, a positive online brand experience creates loyal customers. As several studies have discovered, the majority of consumers who engage with a brand in the digital space – whether by participating in a contest or by ‘liking’ a brand on Facebook – tend to not only purchase the products, but also make recommendations

The Cost of Living on the Bleeding Edge of Gadgetry

Historically, Americans have taken their time getting comfortable with new technology before forking over serious cash for it. When color TVs came out in the 1950s, consumers were entranced. But it took another 20 years for half of US households to ditch their B&W sets; two decades later, DVD players hit that benchmark in just

Water Economics

What about water? It is easy to take this basic building block of life for granted. However, water is a surprisingly limited commodity. Over the next 30 years, the global water supply is in danger of drying up. The world population is projected to reach nine billion by 2050. Not only will these people need