Morgan McKinley have published the results of a survey of Irish working hours. I’m not sure how accurate the results are, as the methodology wasn’t exactly scientific: The Survey was carried out in September amongst 200 of Morgan McKinley’s clients in the areas of accounting & finance, financial services, tech, engineering, science and office support. […]
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We published an interview with John Kennedy of Silicon Republic a few days ago, which made reference to the graphics they’ve featured by a Cork company: Think Visual. Then I met Naomi Fein, CEO of Think Visual, at the launch of TEDxCorkWomen last week. [youtube]http://youtu.be/sWmpyEo4O4M[/youtube] Think Visual are passionate about graphics and about the potential of […]
When you think about design you’ll probably think along the lines of PhotoShop / Illustrator and all the other expensive packages built with a specific purpose but here you can see just what you can do with MS Word. The guy has some pretty amazing Word Design skills. Maybe the next time someone says they […]
Using a graphic of some kind to illustrate a report or to make some statistics “come alive” is a good idea, but not every type of data is suited to the same type of visual presentation. So how do you decide? This flowchart might help Via – mentioned here.
If you’re an Android user then this graphic might be of interest. Plenty of data about Android! Via