“Infographic of the Day” is a tumblr-based blog I have been maintaining for more than 3 years now. Every day I am trying to offer a new visualization of data that I find interesting, compelling or simply useful to have a look at. As of today it features 1216 infographics and 432 followers.
The end of this working da was marked by the two presents two major social networks Twitter and Foursquare made to their users – visualized usage history.
On one side Twitter joined forces with Vizify and on the other Foursquare with Samsung Galaxy 4. Both campaigns are using big data (at least in the case those super users on their platforms). And as much as it is a treat for the socializer, it is also a great marketing effort. An attempt to attract new users and strengthen the relationship between the social network and its real gold – the tweep or the location based sharer. It also shows us how much exactly someone can learn about our behavior based on what we do and share with the world online.
The following is an interesting graphical segmentation of the different Twitter user types. The infographic is created by @ngonews and inspired by @guykawasaki. Anything they missed?
Many companies are afraid to let their employees actively participate in social media platforms… at least while they are at work. But one can not stop the avalanche. Everyone gets bored or too frustrated from time to time. He/she wants a break. And that break is more often found online with a quick check of the Facebook profile, a tweet or a research on the next vacation spot at Flickr.
The other day I stumbled upon an infographic that explains petty well the history of iPhone in the past 4 years since it was introduced by Apple Inc. This inforgraphic was developed by @shanesnow of Mashable…