For all the importance we place on text, its an indisputable fact that images are processed in the brain faster than words. Hence the rise and rise of the infographic which, at its best, transforms complex information into graphics that are both easy to grasp and visually appealing. The only problem is, infographics that look like they were simple to make are often anything but. Creating something beautiful and instantly understandable in Photoshop is often beyond the limits that time allows. Which is why its occasionally useful to use a quick and dirty infographics tool to speed up the process. We’ve selected our favourites here. They’re all free, or offer free versions.
The future is now. With Google Glass, teachers and students alike can display information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, while interacting with the Internet via natural language voice commands. With limitless possibilities at its fingertips, the education community can build closer working relationships with students, and allow children to get more involved with their learning experience. Open Colleges takes a look at how Google Glass might be used in education.
Click the link to EXPLORE all the possibilities illustrated within this interactive infographic: Top 30 Applications of Google Glass in Education | OpenColleges
How Google Glass might be used in Education – An infographic by the team at Open Colleges
There are undeniable benefits to networking with professionals on linkedin, but you’re not the only person who thinks so. Here’s how to compete with the other 277+ million people looking for opportunities.
Read about all six steps here: 6 Steps To Building A Killer LinkedIn Profile Infographic | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.
Full infographic from LinkHumans below.
One of the most unique and little-noted features of the dead-tree reading platform is its smell. A crisp new edition of Pride and Prejudice is scented a whole lot differently than the musty, middle-aged printing still being read in many a high school English class today.
But what causes these smells? A UK chemist and teacher who runs the blog Compound Interest, an exploration of everyday chemical compounds, went to investigate and came up with an infographic to explain the matter.
Pop chart lab’s latest poster pays homage to the most important eras in graphic design. Read More: The History Of Graphic Design, In Icons | Co.Design | business + design