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September, 2011

  1. Designing the Cereal Box

    September 30, 2011 by Candice

    Cereal boxes seem like a pretty simple concept, but apparently designing one is a lot more complex than any of us can imagine. Check out this infographic by Online Graphic Design Degree about the process of designing cereal boxes.


    Created by: Online Graphic Design Degree


  2. Textbooks of Tomorrow

    September 29, 2011 by Candice

    While many of us might have a hard time saying goodbye to the printed page, it’s hard to see a future without digital textbooks. This infographic by Online Education illustrates where digital textbooks stand now and where they might end up in the future.

    Textbooks of Tomorrow
    Via: OnlineEducation.net


  3. The United States of Credit Scores

    September 28, 2011 by Infographic King

    Would you loan California money? How about New York?

    As it turns out, some states are more credit-worthy than others. Check out this great infographic from CreditNet on America’s credit ratings.

    Infographic about States Credit Scores


  4. America, Meet China

    September 28, 2011 by Candice

    Many would still argue that America’s education system is better than China’s by most measures, but that may not be the case in a few years. Check out this infographic by Online University Rankings to see how China is rapidly rising on the global education stage.

    America Meet China
    Created by: Online University Rankings


  5. The Blog Tree – Growing New Leaves in 2011

    September 27, 2011 by Infographic King

    Eloqua makes a fine graphic every year of their “blog tree” – a beautiful infographic about blogs.

    While this is a great infographic – it lists lots of sites we love like Cool Infographics – it left out Infographic Site Dot Com!

    Enjoy:


  6. Do Americans Volunteer? Yes, They Do!

    September 26, 2011 by Infographic King

    Americans get a bad rap – if you only watched the news, you’d come to the conclusion that we’re all obese diabetic criminals.

    However, this isn’t true at all – Americans are changing their worlds for the better. In Walden University’s study on social change, they found that 92% of Americans engaged in some form of social change action in the last year – and 86% of the population donated money, goods, or services.

    Check out the infographic:

    University Social Change Impact Report


  7. The Visual Guide to True Blood

    September 25, 2011 by Infographic King

    Vampires! Magic! Witches! Faeries! Werewolves! Shapeshifters!

    Sookie & Bill are all the rage – now you can learn more about them with this great True Blood infographic.

    True Blood Infographic


  8. Your Website’s Feelings

    September 25, 2011 by Infographic King

    Did you know that your website should make you feel serene and interested? I sure hope this website does.

    Check out this infographic from the smart people at KISSMetrics and learn more about the emotions of your website.

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    How To Cultivate Emotional Engagement In Web Design
    Source: Mixed Feelings – How To Cultivate Emotional Engagement In Web Design


  9. What Happens When a Credit Card Gets Swiped?

    September 24, 2011 by Infographic King

    Ever wonder how the money gets from your bank account to the store when you swipe your card? Me too. It seems like magic.

    This infographic from FeeFighters.com explains the process of well, credit card processing. Learn about gateways, interchanges, and more.


    FeeFighters.com: Save 40% on your credit card processing in 3 minutes.


  10. Twitter Timing

    September 23, 2011 by Infographic King

    Did you know Tuesday is the most popular day for Tweeting? Neither did I – but a full 15.8% of Tweets are sent on Tuesday, more than any other day of the week.

    This is a neat infographic about Twitter timing from Lemon.ly.

    by Lemon.ly via