Infographic World Blog
Conventional wisdom says that the NFL has become a “passer’s league.” Well, regular season yardage and scoring statistics make it hard to argue with that point. Check out the infographic below to see the details.
Chewing the fat in the fight against cholesterol from JenniferLGaskin
Devices on airplanes from JenniferLGaskin
With fast-food workers across the U.S. demanding a higher minimum wage, many people may be wondering what the typical American makes in a year. This infogaphic compares annual salaries at the minimum wage to per-capita income.
Which players will make their assault on the record books this year? Which coaches are on their way out? And which teams have the best chances (yes, before they’ve even played a real game) to win next year’s Super Bowl? Check out the infographic below to see the full breakdown.
We take a look into the Top 50 most valuable sports franchises in the world. Does your team make the list? I guess the better question is, does it’s value/rank tend to correspond to success. In some cases (Yankees) it does, and in others (sadly the Knicks) it definitely does not. Check out the infographic …
While Apple is still the most valuable company in the world, its place as a leader in innovation may be shifting. Whether the company is rudderless because it no longer has Steve Jobs or if it’s a matter of other companies catching up, will 2013 see Apple’s fall to Earth?
With the NBA finals 2 games in (as a NYC based company, we swear we don’t have a preference on who wins the series, we definitely don’t want the Heat to lose REALLY badly…. we promise), we created an infogaphic that looks at the biggest upsets that have occurred in the history of the NBA. …
In an interesting infographic we did for Business Insider, we take a look at where all of the parts that go into making your iphone come from on their journey from components to completed product.
An infographic we did for Business Insider on just how green the city of Portland is.
A look into spending that takes place on the Super Bowl, compared to what it could do in terms of worldwide relief/help.
An awesome illustration that one of our designers created for Popular Science
For our 7th installment in the 8 part series with Discovery, we look at Space Energy. This is our personal favorite in the series. You can see a full static view of the graphic below the HTML5 animated interactive, and as always, this can be found on Discovery’s iPad app, “How Stuff Works.”
Super Bowl Sunday is nearly upon us. With the big game a few days away, we put together an infographic looking through the business side of the biggest sports day of the year.
We get into World Energy in our 6th installment in the 8 part series with Discovery. Below is a HTML5 animated interactive infographic done for Discovery’s iPad app, “How Stuff Works.” As always, you can navigate around by clicking on the yellow bar and the icons within each section. After the interactive is the static …
In our latest installment of HTML5 animated interactives done for Discovery’s iPad app, “How Stuff Works,” we take a look into City Energy. As with every Discovery interactive, you can click on the yellow bars and numbers/icons within each section to see more and interact with the infographic. You can view the full static infographic …
Question: Where do the best college football players come from? Follow-up: Where did the best college football players come from a few decades ago? Last question: Has there been a sizable change? To find the answers, ESPN’s RecruitingNation scanned the rosters of the nation’s top programs in 1940, 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 and …