Diagrams That Changed the World

Diagrams That Changed the World.

Neatorama posted this article and covers a Florence Nightingale classic…

The Case for a Chief Marketing Technologist

The Case for a Chief Marketing Technologist.

Great Mashable post on Scott Brinker’s presentation – very well thought out.

Dave McClure by the Numbers INFOGRAPHIC | Sean Percival’s Blog

First of all, big shout out to Sean and Laurie Percival for being brand new parents. Congrats to the new family!

Second, Sean put up this awesome infographic before he became daddy, and I nearly choke myself on the sheer awesomeness…

Dave Mcclure by the Numbers

Dave McClure by the Numbers INFOGRAPHIC | Sean Percival’s Blog.

Social on Mobile is Growing

Luke Wroblewski´╗┐ from LukeW Designs and a leading design leader in the field for User Experience put up a post on the growth of social networking on the mobile platform. I’m surprised that there wasn’t an infographic on it, but the recent details was pretty impressive. A┬á couple of points highlighted were.

  • Access to Facebook via mobile browser grew 112% in the past year to 25.1 million users in January 2010.
  • Access to Twitter via mobile browser experienced a 347% jump to 4.7 million users in January 2010.

The complete blog is here: http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1013
Check it out and some of his other posts.

With the Windows Mobile coming out and the growth of Geo Location technology and subsequent apps to follow, it’s clear that mobile’s moving fast. As for the numbers, I think I’ll play around with the data and put it on the template infographic – let’s see how this turns out.


The Secret Sauce of InfoGraphs

Let’s face it: Infographs are sexy, turning heads (or producing clicks and views), and creating retweets. I certain have the standard sites in my google reader: Information Aesthetics, Flowing Data, Cool Infographics, Infographic News, DataViz, Visual Complexity

Nathan Yau of Flowing Data put up this great post last month highlighting the obvious. I think I’ll try to whip up something following this formula.

Data Underload

Data Underload