What We've Been Up To
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.
A stylized look at the online dating scene. When it began, how large it has become, and how influential it now is for singles looking for love.
We send our kids off to play sports each spring and summer. Yet few know the dangers lurking behind sports injuries to the brain. Check out this graphic to learn more about concussions, their causes, symptoms and what you can do to prevent them.
First class didn’t always come with beds, showers and caviar. And economy class wasn’t always built like a sardine can. Take a look at the history of first class and economy class to see how drastic the change has been over the years in comfort and service for both.
Normally we don’t do graphics this simple or silly. But after a graphic about how Europeans view America went viral on the web, we felt it was our patriotic duty to counter it with how Americans view Europe. Or as we like to call it, the land of Soccer(football for you Europeans)
Ever Wonder what it takes to produce and power up all the worlds cell phones? Or how about how much waste is created due to the short lifespan each one has with consumers? The folks at iamgreen did, and came to us to create a visual way to show viewers just how much of an impact cellphones have on the environment.