Archive | Infographic RSS feed for this section

UK coalition government mind map infographic

UK coalition government mind map infographic

To mark the first two years of the UK’s Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition government the bright folks at Insight Public Affairs have put together a great mind map infographic of the policy issues. Insight has mapped out the: ‘headline policy drivers spanning: the economy; public service reform; localism; welfare reform; and, the international agenda.’ The mind […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Queen’s Speech as seen by MPs infographic

Queen’s Speech as seen by MPs infographic

Online political monitoring company Yatterbox has created an infographic of reaction by MPs to the Queen’s Speech on Wednesday. Browse more data visualizations.   Related articles Edelman Capital Staffers Index 2011 (stuartbruce.biz)

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Usage of Social Apps - iPhone vs. Android infographic

Usage of Social Apps – iPhone vs. Android infographic

Onavo is a great app that I’ve been using on my phone (HTC Desire HD) for a while now. It monitors the data usage of different apps and warns you of ‘rogue’ apps. It has used the data it has collected (anonymously) to create an infographic to show how iPhone and Android users differ in […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Social media world in statistics

Social media world in statistics

Another day, another social media infographic. Not convinced that there is anything useful to learn from this one from Social Bakers, apart from the fact that some people still need ‘big numbers’ to help convince sceptical CEOs, c-suite and board directors that they need to do something about this ‘social media’ thing.

Read full story Comments { 1 }
Who is winning the UK political social media battle?

Who is winning the UK political social media battle?

Meltwater and The Holmes Report have created an infographic of the UK’s political social media scene. The report focuses on the volume and sentiment of online buzz for David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband, from May to September of this year, searching through more than 200 million sources to provide insight into the popularity […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Social media in UK politics infographic

Social media in UK politics infographic

Yatterbox, the University of York spin-out start-up that archives UK and US social media output, has released this infographic of social media in UK politics.

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Mobile gaming by numbers infographic

Mobile gaming by numbers infographic

Missed this when it first came out, but it seems pertinent when so many people on Twitter are talking about Gamescom. It’s an infographic that provides a good round-up of the numbers and size of the mobile gaming market. One thing that I like about it is that Geekaphone actually lists the sources of the […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }
Social Media Club fifth anniversary infographic

Social Media Club fifth anniversary infographic

Five years ago today the Social Media Club was set-up and as is par for the course these days there is an infographic charting its history. Although I was there in the early days I’ve got to confess I’ve not been too involved in any of its events or chapters. What I did really appreciate […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Social media map infographic

Social media map infographic

The plethora of social media and social network platforms out there sometimes makes it difficult to keep up with them all, which is where Overdrive Interactive’s social media map should come in useful. Unfortunately, while it’s a good starter, it misses out too many sites and platforms to make it truly useful. For example under […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Social media Top Trumps infographic

Social media Top Trumps infographic

My friends at Freestyle Interactive have created this brilliant social media Top Trumps. It rates some of the leading social media and social network platforms in traditional Top Trumps style with scores for active users, world reach, usability and cutting edge. Facebook is top trump for active users, while Google+ wins for cutting edge. For […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }