100+ Top Infographic

80% of deaths of children under age five are preventable.

Ikigai: The Japanese Concept Of Finding Purpose In Life

Capabilities of the US Navy Hospital Ships in New York & Los Angeles

20 cognitive biases that affect your decisions

 

[OC] I proved Elastigirl is more thicc in Incredibles 2

Difference between service, therapy, and emotional support dogs

How biased is your news source? You probably won’t agree with this chart

 “5 Freelancers That Are Changing the World of Work” by LinkedIn

Expand Support Beyond Customer Service” by Zendesk

“How to Orchestrate a Solid ABM Team” by Marketo

“These Days in Baseball, Every Batter Is Trying to Find an Angle” by The Washington Post

Turn on the Customer Experience Channel” by Zendesk

“Are You SLAcking Off?” by Incapsula

Don’t Buy Into These Homebuying Myths” by Realtor.com

“Virtual Reality: A Fresh Perspective for Marketers” by Marketo

“Nuclear Slowdown” by Valerio Pellegrini, Wired UK

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Items of Interest” by Paul Button

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“Surfing in Italy” by Michela Lazzaroni, Stefania Guerra

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“Basics of Early Childhood Development” by Nerdcore Medical

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 “Diamonds Are Forever” by Valerio Pellegrini

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 “Who is Your President?” by La Lettura Corriere della Sera

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 “The Titanic, Facts and Numbers” by Sara Piccolomini

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“120 Tastes from Indian States” by Rachita Agarwal

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 “Emissions Change Starts at the Top” by Nick Rapp

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“The International Space Station – The First 50 Expeditions” by James Round

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“The Polarization Of Red And Blue States From McGovern To Trump” by FiveThirtyEight

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“The World’s Most Dangerous Cities” by Economist

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 “The Wall: A Threat to the Environment” by Sofia Guajardo

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“Beautiful Trash” by Jeffrey Shaffer

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Death in the Air: Air Pollution Costs Money and Lives” by World Bank Group

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 “The Safest Cars of the Last Eleven Years” by Marco Giannini

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“Which UK Workers Are Most at Risk of Being Replaced by Robots?” by Filippo Mastroianni

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 “The President of the United States – Exploring 228 years of the Commander-in-Chief” by James Round

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“There’s Big Money to be Made in Asteroid Mining” by Valerio Pellegrini, Wired UK

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 “Sound as Color” by Ronnie Pence

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 “The Discworld, Visualised” by Emma Cosh

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 “Star Trek Duty Roster” by Dave Columbus

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 “This Chart Contains a Few Hidden Surprises About the World Economy” by Howmuch

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 “Triple Play Art” by Tresta Inc.

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 “Biodiversity in Professional Sports” by Shawn Levin

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 “1440 Minutes of Data” by Muskeen Liddar

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Why Are So Many Babies Born around 8:00 A.M.?” by Nadieh Bremer, Zan Armstrong & Jennifer Christiansen

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“100 Days of Summer – Plants in Finland” by Thuy Ngo

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The New Top 10 Furnace Cities in China” by Yan Lu

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“A Visual History of Formula One” by Sports Chord

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“The Colours of Vincent Van Gogh” by Ravi Mistry

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Flowchart Infographic Design Examples

These flowcharts take infographic design to the next level. Their complexity (yet clarity) is something to aspire to, whether it’s diving into Game of Thrones or the transportation industry.

“This Is the Tangled Future of Tech and Transportation” by Business Insider

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 “Alt Music History” by Dorothy Studio, Wired

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 “Unraveling Death in Game of Thrones” by Heather Jones, Time

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Illustration Infographic Design Examples

Illustration is a standard tool in infographic design, but creative infographic designers take it to the next level. From creative characters to clever themes, these illustrated infographics use design to enhance the story and make it more engaging. (Whether it’s illustration or data visualization, make sure to avoid these 8 visual communication mistakes.) 

Mini Infographics” by Vite Vu Bien Vu

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 “The Psychology of the Perfect Marketing Video” by Explainify

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“Biggest Content Marketing Mistakes” by SEO1Click

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 “Herbal Medicine” by Shijie Chen, Wantao Yu, Nanjing University of Art

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How to Shop with Your Heart” by ASPCA

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Secure Your Data from the Inside Out” by Imperva

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The (Exercise) Science of Injury Recovery” by Concordia University

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 “Veganismo” by Saioa Perona, Bau Design College of Barcelona

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“Infographic of the Quran” by Izzat Haikal

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“Chat Systems” by Randall Munroe, XKCD

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“Iconic Movie Weapons” by MDB

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“Infographic of Plants” by Nanjing University of the Arts, Zhang Biqi

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“Facing the Paradigm Shift – Siemens Healthcare” by Persuaid

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 “PhillyRow: Anatomy of a Rowhouse” by PhillyRow

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“Beyond Turkey and Food Comas” by Under Armour

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 “Super Software Defeats Manual Mayhem” by Skedulo

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 “Hunger Games” by Course Hero

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The AI-Empowered Marketer” by Marketo

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 “Longboard Facts” by Paula Terra Bosch

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Map Infographic Design Examples

Maps don’t have to be boring, as these examples prove. No matter the subject, the right design can make a map so beautiful you’d be tempted to put it on your wall.

“Women Farmers in the Loneliness of Onion Fields” by Agnès Stienne, VisionsCarto

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 “The Invisible Forest” by Alessandro Zotta, Politecnico di Milano

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“The State of the Nation” by Adam Sharratt

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“Map of Computer Science” by Dominic Walliman

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“Bears of Finland” by Annukka Mäkijärvi

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 “Deportations from the US” by South China Morning Post

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“The Goddesses of Venus” by Eleanor Lutz

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Those Who Did Not Cross” by Levi Westerveld

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“On Their Way: the Journey of Foreign Fighters” by Density Design Lab

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 “The Tallest Buildings in the U.S.” by Marco Giannini

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 “World Song Map” by Dorothy Studio

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Photo Infographic Design Examples

Photography can be a great tool when it comes to infographic design. Although it isn’t used as much as other styles, it is quite effective to add personality to a piece.

See Who’s on Bing” by Microsoft

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 “World Cocoa Markets Made of Chocolate” by Pierre Carrey and BiG

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There’s nothing we love more than great infographic design, and we’re dedicated to helping everyone improve their practice. For more tips on creating better infographics:

5 Ergonomic and Comfort Tips for Working at Home

In the past few months, millions of us have made the switch to working from home, and we may be still feeling the adjustment pains. After all, not everyone’s home is set up to accommodate hours of desk work, and your legs, your back, and your neck may be ailing from the daily grind.

Consider the following best practices to make your time working from home as comfortable and easy on your body as possible.

1. Quit hunching!

If you’re using a laptop for work, you may find yourself hunching over a desk, arching your shoulders and dangling your head over the keyboard. This is a recipe for disaster from an ergonomic standpoint, as excessive slouching can lead to back, shoulder, and neck strain.

Ideal positioning allows the top of your computer screen to be at eye-level when you sit up straight. Here are some easy fixes:

  • Order a computer monitor, which are surprisingly cheap online.
  • Order a laptop stand, which you can adjust to an ideal height. (If you’re using one of these, you’ll probably need a separate keyboard and mouse as well).
  • Balance your laptop on top of a stack of books, so that it meets eye-level.

2. Work at the proper height

Your elbows should ideally meet your desk at a 90-degree angle, so if you have an adjustable chair, make sure you’ve lifted it to the proper height to allow this alignment.

Be careful, though. If your seat is too high, your legs may dangle over the side, which could make your legs numb or hurt your back. If this happens, use a step stool or a stack of books to prop-up your feet.

If your chair is not adjustable, consider sitting on a pillow to put yourself in the proper position.

3. Alternate between sitting and standing

Spending too much time in one position can pose risks to your health, impeding blood-flow and making your muscles tense. Be sure you get up from your seat and walk around every half hour or so to mitigate these risks.

Some opt for the “standing desk,” which allows you to work on your feet. But too much time standing can also depress your physical wellness, with one recent study suggesting that prolonged standing leads to cardiovascular disease.

The key is to get a healthy mix of sitting and standing. Whatever your main work position is, mix it up every so often to give your body some much-needed movement.

4. Practice the 20-20-20 rule

Most at-home workers spend the day staring at a computer or phone screen, beaming detrimental blue light directly into their eyes. But excessive exposure to blue light can lead to sleeping difficulty and damaged eye cells, not to mention a blurriness that can linger long after the working day is done.

The 20-20-20 rule says that for every 20 minutes you spend staring at a screen, you should stare at something 20 feet in the distance for 20 seconds, giving your eyes enough time to relax from the blue light strain. This tool will help remind you to take your eye break every 20 minutes.

If you are really concerned about your long hours of staring at a screen, consider buying a pair of blue light glasses, which help soften the glare and inhibit some of the more severe consequences of blue light.

5. Make yourself comfortable

You can give yourself permission to lose some of the decorum that comes with an office setting if you are doing your work from home. If you feel more productive while leaning back in a chair, go ahead and lean. If you like working in your sweatpants, make yourself comfy. Don’t be so concerned about recreating your old workplace inside your own house. Instead, think about what will make you most comfortable and productive in your solitary space.

25+ Best Interesting as Fuck Memes

Married couple in China discover they appeared in same photograph as teenagers

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Anti poachers guarding the gorillas selfie

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A massive eruption on the sun just happened a few moments ago and I was able to capture it from my backyard. At least two Earths could fit in that loop. [OC]

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I’ve been training myself how to draw photorealistically for a little while now. Here’s my best sampling from each year of progress.

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Some drugstores in the Czech Republic introduced shampoo and shower gel filling machines. Customers can refill their empty bottles with various products so they don’t have to buy a new one everytime

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Some drugstores in the Czech Republic introduced shampoo and shower gel filling machines. Customers can refill their empty bottles with various products so they don’t have to buy a new one everytime

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This wolf and bear pair were documented travelling, hunting and sharing food together for 10 days.

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A protest of 1.03 Million People in a city with a population of 7 Million. That means every 1/7 of the people in Hong Kong are protesting for keeping their rights.

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A protest of 1.03 Million People in a city with a population of 7 Million. That means every 1/7 of the people in Hong Kong are protesting for keeping their rights.

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Im the girl from the “giant” wolf post. Here’s another one of our rescues, Yuki.

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What the pyramid looked like. Originally encased in white lime stone with a peak made of solid gold

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Behold, 20 of the funniest Pics

My cab driver tonight was so excited to share with me that he’d made the cover of the calendar. I told him I’d help let the world see

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I get an email every time I get a package delivered to my apartment’s mailroom. It’s supposed to be a photo of the label, but there’s this one guy…

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My buddy dressed up as Eleven in honor of Stranger Things season 2.

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Shoutout to the 13-year-old on a skateboard who called me a “candy corn bitch”

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Citizen of Golden, CO (home of Coors and about a dozen other breweries) was upset people drink beer in their town.

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UPDATE. EA announces plans for next gen controller.

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I could see how this could be taken out of context…

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So inspiring

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Ryan Reynolds thought he was attending a sweater party.

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Today was “Meme Day” at my old high school for homecoming week. I appreciate this science teacher even more now.

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I found a joke book from 1940, and this has got to be my favorite one.

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The 25 Best Cozy Places

Who has this cozy feeling? ❄️

State of the sub

Even though the homes look great, no doubt

This is my parents’ living room; I’ve loved every Christmas in this room. This was my view at 4:00 am every Christmas.

It’s not much, but it’s mine. After 18 years in an abusive marriage, another 9 years of living with black mold, water leaks and being too broke to have the heat on, this is heaven.

i live in a semi truck! it’s not the most traditional cozy place, but it makes me happy.

Mods are asleep, upvote this cozy doggo

I was embarrassed to say I lived in a trailer but I made it my own.

My son asked me to “cozy” up his basement bedroom before he comes home for Thanksgiving. Did I deliver?

A little village in the Faroe Islands

House vs Home

My wife built this. I just carried everything. I love her.

Depression had me living in a dump and not taking care of myself for months. Recently I moved into my first ever bachelorette pad! I’m engaging in some great habits, cleaning every day and lots of warm baths. Im feeling happier and healthier then ever!

This transparent tent with a sunset view of Mount Rainier

My front porch for Halloween 🎃

Wedding Reception in Washington

My House, built in 1930, Pennsylvania.

Built a tiny pub in my shed, first time doing carpenter work without the help from my grandpa. I am actually proud.

This little café in Berlin

Lovely kitchen

in Austria

A house coated in maple leaves

 

Shared Student Accomodation

A cozy island in Finland

My back porch this morning while it was snowing.

This street in I

celand

We’ve got it al

l here folks

Villa Chameleon

Rooftop in NYC 😍

Winter in Trabzon

The natural light in my bedroom

30 of the top infographics from /r/coolguides for you to favorget.

Marginal Tax

How to resist

Core demands of Hong Kong Protesters

How to email well

I can spend ages looking at this

Simple guide to staying healthy

This might help y’all.

Apples on a scale from most tart to most sweet

Amazon’s guide to conquer the world

How to survive a plunge from a waterfall. By artofmanliness.

What to Do When Your Car Is Stranded In the Snow

Biking or running in the dark? Here’s how the drivers see you based on the clothes you wear.

This is pretty cool from Visual Capitalist! The biggest employer in each state of the USA.

Give it a try

Plaid patterns

And this is how gerrymandering works

A rough estimate of wealth distribution

Seizure awareness guide

How to turn down an invite.

Yogurts of the world.

A chart for your emotions. My therapist sent me this, it’s pretty cool 🙂