With this awesome Game of Thrones season at an end, we decided to create a playful infographic in a similar theme called Game of Clients. Every design agency on the planet can likely relate to at least one of these.
Don’t know much about football? We can help. We may not be able to turn you into a loud-mouthed pundit, but here are the basic elements you need to know to watch Sunday’s Super Bowl for something other than the commercials.
Really great infographic we did for a crowd-funding platform called Seederella.
2013 was a great year for innovation, and behind all innovation is a great mind or group of minds. In this infographic, we look back at the great innovators of 2013. Special shout-out to the CEO of one of our clients SpaceX, Elon Musk. The man is an absolute genius.
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.
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 below to see how it all plays out.
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?