Category: Information Design

I remember taking a web class in college where the professor explained this and so many people just didn’t get it. I never understood why this was so hard to understand, but maybe I had a leg up then. Hopefully, more recent college grads understand how this works.

The New York Times and Google have teamed up to make the 36 Hours video segments just a bit more interesting and easier to follow with complimentary Google Maps layouts.

I’m actually reading Christian Rudder’s Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One’s Looking) right now. Here in this video, he talks about some of the key points that he’s come across in both writing the book and tending to the data that comes from running OkCupid (one of the largest dating websites in […]

Ziba has created a concept called Signet¬†whose goal is to make¬†the shipment of letters and packages an overall more fluid experience from start to finish. There are a few things I love about this concept. First, the laser-engraved stamp which can be made on the fly via their little “stamp” tool. From there, I love […]