In the aftermath of 7.0 earthquake in Haiti that devastated the island. Life360 contacted us wanting to create a graphic showing the global humanitarian response. The result was both a testament to mans compassion for those suffering and in need. And at the same time, a saddening look at just how much damage was done, and how many lives lost.
Ever wonder how social media drives traffic from the content posted onto social websites? Take a look at this infographic for a crash course in web 2.0
Here is a graphic we did for Wikibon.org on the history of spam. From it’s inception on Arpanet to present day, learn just how prevalent spam has become over the years.
Ever wonder just how massive and complex the US tax system, and filing taxes really is? Take a look at this graphic to see just how time consuming and costly it really has become.
Onlinepoker.org wanted to see just how far along online poker players have come when compared to traditional live table players. The results were quite surprising.
An infographic we did for Deepak Chopra on yoga, and how powerful and important it can be.
Cheaper Car Insurance came to us with the idea of creating a graphic about what factors raise and lower your car insurance premiums. Give it a look, you might be surprised just what factors into lowering your monthly payments.
So few people know just how solar energy works even though it has the potential in time to power the entire planets energy needs. With that in mind a solar panel manufacturer came to us with the goal of creating a simple graphic that everyone could easily grasp and increase their understanding of this powerful green technology.
With how many graphics we create for others, we decided it was time to create one for ourselves showing why infographics are, and have been so influential throughout the history of mankind. From ancient times in Mesopotamia and Egypt, to their present day use in newspapers. The world has used graphics to spread information ranging from the mundane to that of the utmost important for as long as anyone can remember.
Wikibon.org asked us to create a graphic about hackers, and how they do the things that drive millions of people around the globe crazy each year.