This is another infographic example of a great process graphic from the folks at Copyblogger Media. Copyblogger is a content marketing, software developer, content marketing consulting company in Colorado. The founder of Copyblogger, Brian Clark, is generally recognized as a thought leader in the area of content marketing. In the span of a decade, the company […]
Do you remember the world of Blade Runner? In Ridley Scott’s 1982 film, the society he depicted was largely visual. As Harrison Ford and Edward James Olmos fly around the city, they see talking video billboards, projected messages, and a largely visual world. Replicants, as isolated as their human counterparts, are surrounded by light and sound and interactive media.
Well, I believe science fiction is soon to become science fact. Our eyes see even more than we think – with our consciousness processing only a fraction of what the eyes “see”. As the world becomes increasingly more complex – our brains will undoubtedly rely on sight to make sense of the world.
A great example of a process graphic by Sales for Life – Social Selling Routine.
A bad infographics example – comparing steak to marketing campaigns; we’re left wondering, it’s well done visually, but the story is beyond rare.
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The first photo ever was called “View from the Window at Le Gras” by French inventor Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. For roughly 80 years after that first photo, it is estimated a mere one million photos were taken. Not until February of 1900, when Eastman Kodak created the Brownie, did photography leap from the darkrooms of a handful of professional photographers to the laps of the broader public.
But just how many Photographs have been taken? The simple answer is about 4 trillion – however, what’s more amazing, is 90% of those photographs were taken in the last 20 years. And in the last 2 years, almost 25% of all the photographs ever taken – occurred. And every year, we take close to 10% of all the photographs that have ever been taken.
Will we ever get tired of photographing things?