Now you know.
Infographic Of The Day: 13 Rules For Realizing Your Creative Vision
My favorite maxim from the list:
12 If you have an idea and publish it on the internet, that counts as a ghost of done.
A giant, interactive infographic on the price tag for The 12 Days of Christmas.
Infographic Of The Day: The Rebirth Of Apple’s Product Strategy
The History Of Dance Music In One Handy Timeline
What’s More Expensive, Prison Or Princeton?
You probably don’t even want to know.
We all know that men and women approach most everything in life slightly differently—and sometimes, wildly differently. How does this affect the way they each do business? Rarely do you get a data set that reveals much about that question, but here’s a remarkable one from the data-viz wizards over at Trulia, the real-estate listings website. They took a look at the gender balance between real estate agents across the country, and the results are pretty remarkable.
Which Ivy League School Best Suits You?
College-application deadlines draw nigh! Hunch and Column Five Media cobble together an infographic that could help prospective students decide where they fit in. Warning: retch-inducing overachievers ahead.
Infographic of the Day: HBO Recycles The Same Actors, Again And Again
Infographic Of The Day: iPad App Takes “Visual Fingerprints” Of Famous Films
Infographic Of The Day: The Biggest Cliches Of Web Infographics
Today’s tax day! Get excited people! Just kidding. Everyone hates taxes, we know. But at least this year, tax day comes hand in hand with a superb infographic. And not just any infographic; rather, the grand-prize, $5,000 winner of the inaugural Data Viz Challenge, run by Eyebeam with sponsorship from Google (and which we helped judge).
Click through to see exactly where your tax dollars went and to visit the interactive version of the graph!
Infographic Of The Day: An Omnibus Of Comic Book Superpowers via PopChart Lab
Behold, what might be the prettiest tax-data chart you’ll ever see.
Unless you’re an incredible procrastinator, you’ve completed your taxes recently. Even if you got a refund, looking at that W-2 makes you think that the government takes a lot of your money. Which leads to the annual question: What are they actually doing with that money, besides paying for congressmen’s pizza during late-night negotiating sessions?
Click through to see a nifty little video of all the graph’s features.