Another wonderful visualization by Eric Fischer, depicting the languages in use around the world on Twitter.
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Posavec would rather process information with pencil and paper than PHP, and the results are undeniably powerful.
Your local drug store offers a cautionary tale about what happens when innovation runs amok.
Tasked with creating a corporate page for Bloomberg, frog had to figure out the central theme of all its myriad businesses: Data, which they then used as a clever bit of branding.
Genis Carreras uses minimal graphic design to explain some of the world’s thorniest philosophical ideas, from relativism to atheism.
The social bookmarking site is powerful. But you probably have no idea just how powerful.
This installation by Obscura Digital may be the 21st century equivalent of a disco ball.
The Center for Reproductive Rights releases its annual map of the world’s abortion laws.
The demographics of Congress don’t really reflect that of the populace: They’re richer, and they do way better on the stock market.