All excerpts are quoted from the respective link(s).
- social-media-print-magazines.png (PNG Image, 522×3218 pixels) – An infographic asserting that the rise of social media is correlated to the decline of print.
- Why can’t the UK deal with snow? | GDS Publishing – As snow sweeps the country, the UK has coped in the way it usually does – with surprise, confusion and chaos.
- How Much Is A Petabyte? | The Mozy Blog – An infographic of the size of a petabyte of data.
- The App Store Economy is Booming – Apple – Gizmodo – An infographic detailing the metrics of the Apple iPhone/iPod apps store.
- What’s Changed This Decade (1999-2009) – An infographic of various changes over the past decade.
- Transparency: GOOD’s Most Popular Infographics of 2009 – Transparency – GOOD – In the last year, we've released a new infographic every Tuesday. Here is a look back at the ones that drew the most attention, on topics from water footprints to bankruptcies (click on the images to launch the infographics).
- What Makes a Great Teacher? – The Atlantic (January/February 2010) – As Teach for America began to identify exceptional teachers using this data, Farr began to watch them. He observed their classes, read their lesson plans, and talked to them about their teaching methods and beliefs. He and his colleagues surveyed Teach for America teachers at least four times a year to find out what they were doing and what kinds of training had helped them the most.
- How Recession Reshaped the Job Market – An infographic detailing the reallocation (and elimination) of jobs in various sectors of the economy.
- Connecting the Dots – design mind on GOOD – GOOD – This is the challenge of the discipline known as knowledge management, or KM. In today's information-rich and competitive world it is absolutely vital. But traditional approaches to knowledge management, where databases and wikis allow staff to upload files for others to look at and comment on, rarely live up to expectations. The problem lies in translating information into true knowledge—connecting the dots to create insight out of raw data.