Posts Tagged ‘social media’
In the video studio at the Fader Fort Last night Dell brought lights, camera, and interaction to the Fader Fort at South by SouthWest. the Fader Fort is best described as a popup music/entertainment venue, with a combination of indoor and outdoor spaces. Tented food areas and a huge stage graced by live entertainment, scheduled […]
This is “The Ridiculously Exhaustive Social Media Design Bluprint”, created (and updated as of May, 2013) by Tent Social. I’m not quite sure if it’s truly an infographic as much as a design style guide, but considering how wide the definition of Infographic is reaching, we’ll accept it for that. More importantly, it’s a very […]
Through the volunteer efforts curated using the MicroMapper platform (http://micromappers.com/), an interactive map of the crisis in the Philippines caused by the Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan is being built, using esri.com‘s GIS platform to contain the data. The screen shot here was taken on November 13, 2013 of the interactive visualization being built by the Standby Task […]
From Omar Akhtar, who credits My Clever Agency for this infographic. Notice how many times “include an image” (or some kind of reference to color, etc) is mentioned.
Infographic: How to Get Better Grades Using Social Media | Masters in Education.org.
#E2sday: Painting a Picture of the Socialcast User-Verse | The Future of Work.
Infographic: How To Recruit Top Talent Through Social Media | Mindflash.
A day in the life of a social media manager, illustrated.
via Interactive Infographic Visualizes Twitter Ecosystem.
Microsoft’s Fuse Labs has released their collection of “Social Gadgets”, a few interactive widgets that analyze Twitter Streams. Above, see their “Tag Cloud” visualization of a search for “VizWorld”. FUSE Labs’ SocialGadgets are a set of embeddable widgets that visualize Twitter real-time data. Each gadget focuses on a given keyword and displays its volume of […]