Friday Finds! Infographics, Tools, and Experience

The following two graphics are my seminal finds for the week. I hate using that word, seminal, but sometimes it is the correct one to use. Unfortunately the word oval has another meaning or I would be promoting that as a better word to describe items or ideas that are seeds for novel conceptualizations.

The first one, the conversation prism, may look like a color wheel at first glance, but it is much more layered and contextually rich with information about relationships between elements of common digital communication tools. Look at it, download it, study it.  Most infographics do not actually add value or information to the subjects they depict.  This one does.  The linked site is well worth bookmarking and then checking out for updates every once in a while.

Social Media Conversation Prism, version 4.0 by Brian Solis and Jess3

Social Media Conversation Prism, version 4.0 by Brian Solis and Jess3

 

Malcolm Gladwell irritates some with the cultural condensations from which he spins off his books, but I adore ideas, patterns, and playing with explanations for correlations between the two.  Thought is good.  Observation is good.  Reasonable conjecture is exercise for the mind.  So I like Gladwell. His Tipping Point was best, in my opinion, but Outliers points out some generalizations worthy of note as well.

10000-hour-rule gladwell outliers visualized infographic

Zintro’s Infographic Take on Gladwell’s 10,000 Hours Rule via pushingsocial.com and wisebread.com

To become an expert takes lots of work.  Success is more fickle.

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Comments

  1. Phoebe says

    Gotta love infographics! Makes we wonder if I should have gone into the art field…not sure I’m up for switching now. I’m a visual person; so infographics really speak to me! Thanks for sharing!
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    • Nancy Hill says

      I’ve had that same thought, and I think in images, so I LOVE this way of representing ideas. Glad you liked ‘em.

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