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written by Nick Rojas December 18, 2014

Mapping Out Literary Works with Where You Are

Mapping Out Literary Works with <em>Where You Are</em>

Data visualizations aid in the pragmatics of our everyday lives: navigating the subway, estimating expenses, keeping track of energy use. Visuals-centric book publishers Visual Editions has brought them to bear in the literary realm as well. With its release of Where You Area collection of 16 writings accompanied by 16 maps, VE augments how readers experience the textual narratives by including visual narratives as well.


For another layer of depth, Where You Are is available both off and online, with the help of web designers  The Workers. The online version allows viewers to see in real time how many other users are reading a specific piece and to literally see where they are in Where You Are.

“We like to think of the site as an elongated version of the printed book, giving readers something they couldn’t experience with the printed book,” Visual Editions cofounders Anna Gerber and Britt Iversen told Visually in... keep reading

How to Design Proposals That Will Help Grow Your Business

This is a guest blog post from Jennifer Riggins, the community builder and content manager for Quote Roller business proposal software and PandaDoc. You’re looking to grow your business and you want more contracts signed, but the idea of making those contracts and business proposals is a chore. It doesn’t have to be. We... keep reading

The Top 20 Infographics of 2013

Like most recent years, 2013 has been packed full of infographics. Some were about current events, others just covered cool topics. A lot of those infographics turned out pretty awesome, so here are 20 of our 2013 favorites: 2013 began with a waning gibbous moon, and what better way to learn about moon phases... keep reading