UK-based designer Stephen Wildish gives a humorous take on the importance of colour through these witty charts that are part of his weekly series of illustrations called Friday Project. Wildish’s minimalist infographics show how an object becomes something else entirely, only by changing its colour. He’s even published a book filled with similar charts and funny visuals that’s available on Amazon. Check out his work below.
Economic cluster theory has been used to describe the growth of many industries, including the automotive business around Detroit, high tech in Silicon Valley, and digital media in Seoul. These regions benefit by a concentration of complementary resources that might include leading research universities, low cost or highly trained labor, and geographic bounty. Understanding how clusters work can help governments develop effective policies for creating them, as well as direct entrepreneurs to the best locations to build their businesses.
AI is one of hottest trends in tech at the moment, but what happens when it’s merged with another fashionable and extremely promising tech?
Apple has long showcased the capabilities of the iPhone 7 camera, but now the company is working to help everyone take great looking images with the device. Today, Apple debuted a new series of videos, as well as a new website, focused on educating users on how to take the best images with their iPhone…
With the recent release of GoPro’s Karma drone and the DJI Mavic, these next few weeks are going to be an extremely busy time for the drone industry. This also brings up the question “what drone should I buy, Karma or Mavic?”. Since the Karma isn’t available yet and GoPro didn’t send us one to review, we don’t know everything there is to know about it, but we know exactly what the Mavic has and how it works, since we had a review unit to test out for a few days.
We got some of our favourite photos from the parade at the starting area around Hyde Park, where groups showed us their amazing costumes and makeup! So many gorgeous people, on a bright and sunny Sydney pre-parade afternoon.
Sydney’s BIGGEST Men Only UnderWhere? Party teamed up with Mardi Gras, producing the biggest male-only party ever seen in Sydney.
Art isn’t all fairytale photoshoots and landscape shots – it can also act as catalyst of change.
It takes a special skill to notice the beauty — and celebrity — in the everyday.
Mama don’t cry
I was once your little baby boy
So full of love and light
By the time I turned 25
I was lost among the pavement
Lower than the basement
And I couldn’t stand and smile
I thought of taking my own life
But mama don’t cry
I found songs among the tragic
Hung my hat on sadness
Mom, I think they’re trying to keep the grand romantic in me
Now that we got bottom lines
People are diverse and complex creatures, but many differences between us can nonetheless be boiled down into a simple, binary distinction. Conveniently, Zomato, a website dedicated to food enthusiasts, has done just that by creating a cute and simple series of infographics illustrating some of our favorite two-sided distinctions.
For all you (include me) coffee drinkers, haters gonna hate.
June marks the 45th anniversary of the historic Stonewall Riots in New York City, an event that helped crystalize the modern-day LGBT rights movement as we know it. Pride Month is a chance to make visible the issues that the LGBT community still faces and to celebrate how far we’ve come. Continue Reading
2013 was Australia’s hottest year on record. (Image acquired December 27, 2013 – January 3, 2014)
Credit: NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using data from the Level 1 and Atmospheres Active Distribution System (LAADS).
I was looking at the screen for a little while; yep nothing is happening, yet.
You know every week you made you way down here, sit with a hot tea and some homemade biscuits, so then we start talk like those who had live for thousand years.
On Monday, Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to present new products at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Olivia Goldhill rounds up the rumours of what to expect from Apple now and next, from the predictable to the outlandish.
This is what happen on the train today.
Went into Kings Cross Station, on the main timetable monitor says next train is leaving in 5 minutes.
Got the ticket on the escalator look at the screen says next train is leaving in 3 mins.
Down to the patform found out the train is closing the door and about to leave.
Rush into the trian before the door close, look through the window and it says there is till 2 minutes until the train leave.
On the train, to the next station, it ran as a snail, with a speed you cant even feel like its moving.
On the next staion, says this train has been delay for 5 minutes.