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The history of cinema is filled with life stories, but few that depict the LGBT community. In its century long existence, main stream cinema has typically shied away from the subject, deeming it too controversial or unpopular – but there were films being made.
Google recently released a beautiful interactive visualization that explores search volumes for phrases related to climate change.
You don’t find too many police departments creating cute little visualizations… but Portland Police Bureau did just that.
Multimedia, a buzzword about a decade ago, is now the norm. Once a pleasant surprise to see video on the same page as text or a comment forum after a piece of content, the idea of multimedia has evolved from something exciting to something expected.
There are plenty of fascinating things in this world that make great visual content, and we see the same areas being explored over and over: science, health, business, tech.
Big projects take big planning, and climbing Mount Everest isn’t any different. The challenge for an undertaking like this is keeping all the details in order, and making sure you’re prepared – the cost of failure is very high.
We like a good #TBT because vintage visual content provides plenty of inspiration. From classic ads to historic data visualization, plenty of things from the past still hold up.
For quickly visualizing variables across a region of the world, there are few better tools than the heat map.
Well, this is addictive. Patatap is a ‘portable animation and sound kit’ which lets you create melodies by tapping your keyboard or your phone.
FEMA just launched a new data visualization tool aimed at help communities better understand the risk and impact of disasters.
Scope creep is something that plagues many industries, but creative work takes the cake for being the most ambiguous when it comes to expectations.
What if while watching a video you could look anywhere you wanted? We’ve all imagined it… and now that dream is here.
Being creative doesn’t take any specific tool, but after years of work and exploration we all develop our favorites.
The creative struggle is, in a word, miserable—especially when you’re first starting out. It doesn’t matter if you’re entering a new field or just trying to master a new skill; the urge to create, to try something new, is too easily overshadowed by fear of failure.
I have no memories of the days of giant ad agencies, martini lunches, and art departments that actually used sketch books to create ads.
You may have caught our coverage of the (mostly) awful presidential candidate logos for 2016. Next to his competitors, we actually thought Donald Trump’s new logo was okay (especially with it’s straight forward typography and use of the highly recognizable TRUMP brand), but could it be better?
Although it’s been around for 85 years, Wilton Cakes is not your grandma’s baking company. The cake-decorating company is known for its baking supplies and cake inspiration, but in the era of Pinterest, food porn, and a billion baking blogs, it’s hard to keep ahead of the flock.
Just take a walk down Hollywood Boulevard and you’ll quickly figure out why the area is often dubbed ‘Hollyweird’.
Look up a city’s urban density on Wikipedia, and you know you’re only getting a small slice of the story.
No matter how you put it together, we are in the midst of a huge extinction event. Almost as fast as we can categorize them, species are disappearing around the world… but there is some hope.