Monthly Archives: April 2014

200 Million Data Records Lost/Stolen in Q1 2014 #infographic

Obviously, an infographic produced by a company that sells “data security.” However, still alarming, especially the health care related breaches.

Breach Level Index: 200 Million Data Records Lost/Stolen in Q1 2014

by SafeNet.
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Posted by Philip Emmanuele, May 2014

Finally Catching On to CX: 2014 Marketing Trends To Watch

For at least the last 12 years, I have heard that “this is the year marketers focus on Customer Experience.” May this really be the one.

The 2014 Marketing Trends - All That you Should Know

by infographicdesignteam.
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Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014

All The #Twitter Tips You Need #Infographic

Of the hundreds of infographics I have seen explaining how to best use Twitter, this is clearly the best.

Twitter Best Practices for 2014 infographic

Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014

Our Dangerous Obsession With the MVP: Video

Great argument, but he should have recruited a real animator.

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Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014

The Power (And Short History) Of Visualization #infographic

Blame the cave painters!

power of visualization

Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014

Google’s Project Tango Is Going Into Space: Video

Just two months after Google announced Project Tango — an experimental Android-powered smartphone with 3D sensors — its Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team is working to get a prototype inside the International Space Station to assist NASA astronauts with chores and tasks.

The 5-inch smartphone, which comes with 3D-tracking and mapping capabilities via its camera, will be attached to a robot (on a robotic platform called NASA Spheres) with the ability to navigate the station. The Spheres robots will work in zero-gravity and help those on board the International Space Station.

How Americans Die

A well constructed interactive infographic that illustrates, among other things, the toll AIDS took on a single age cohort in the 1980’s.

How Americans Die

by bloombergvisualdata.
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Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014

#Coachella Bands and Brands

Trying really hard, and failing, to not sound an old man and decry the commercialization of music.

Coachella: Bands & Brands On Twitter

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Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014

A Good Argument for M-Web vs. App Experiences: #infographic

While promoting m-web vs. app approach is clearly not the purpose of this infographic, several of the issues outlined point to the superiority of m-web or hybrid experiences.

UX Testing of Your Mobile App

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Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014

The Antidote to Bad Service is Self Service #infographic

Personally, I welcome the spread of self service kiosks in virtually every category. Good way to beat the frustration of lines, and service reps who know less about the product and purchase process that I do.

can-kiosks-save-the-selfservice-industry_534c26f1607e3

 

Posted by Philip Emmanuele, April 2014