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Burn Off That Thanksgiving Feast: 17 Infographics to Inspire You to Exercise

Burn Off That Thanksgiving Feast: 17 Infographics to Inspire You to Exercise

Design

Americans have a huge holiday coming up. What started as a time of thanks and graciousness has grown into a time of ... keep reading
The Project Euler Sprint: Write Code, Do Math, Make Friends!

The Project Euler Sprint: Write Code, Do Math, Make Friends!

Data

Project Euler is a community and collection of computational problems to be solved as mental exercises or for fun. ... keep reading
What Makes A Great Explainer Video?

What Makes A Great Explainer Video?

Content Marketing

Explainer videos, those seemingly cookie cutter shorts you see popping up all over the place, are definitely ... keep reading
4 Ways Brands Can Battle Facebook’s Fast-Decreasing Organic Reach

4 Ways Brands Can Battle Facebook’s Fast-Decreasing Organic Reach

Content Marketing

This article first appeared on the Content Strategist.   Brands are freaking out about the rapidly decreasing ... keep reading
Native Analytics: A New Approach is Needed to Measure Content Marketing ROI

Native Analytics: A New Approach is Needed to Measure Content Marketing ROI

Content Marketing

  So what’s the ROI on all this content? It’s the million dollar question for marketers today. Yet ... keep reading
5 Design Lessons for Adults from Chip Kidd’s New Book for Kids

5 Design Lessons for Adults from Chip Kidd’s New Book for Kids

Design

Iconic graphic designer Chip Kidd recently released Go: A Kidd’s Guide to Graphic Design. It’s an ... keep reading
To Create Great Stories, Data Journalists Need to Meet Designers More Than Half Way

To Create Great Stories, Data Journalists Need to Meet Designers More Than Half Way

Storytelling

Data journalism is a relatively new (at least in name) field of reporting. The amount of data created in our lives and ... keep reading
Subtleties of Color: References and Resources for Visualization Professionals

Subtleties of Color: References and Resources for Visualization Professionals

Design

About a year ago, we published a blog post framed as a letter to NASA, asking them to stop using rainbow color scales. ... keep reading
The Federal Budget, Visualized: Death and Taxes 2014

The Federal Budget, Visualized: Death and Taxes 2014

Data

Ten years ago, I created the first in what would become a hugely popular series of annual visualizations of the federal ... keep reading
Marriage Equality, By the Numbers

Marriage Equality, By the Numbers

Storytelling

Marriage equality is a controversial issue in the United States, but like with Civil Rights in the 1960’s, the public ... keep reading