Tag: Measurement

The Future of Fitness Trackers with Yves Béhar

Yves Béhar is chief creative officer at fitness tracker company Jawbone and founder of US design and branding firm Fuseproject. Here, he shares his thoughts on the future of fitness trackers, their potential to improve healthcare and how to design a device that people will want to wear every day

Source: Track, Measure, Motivate – Creative Review

Hip Hop’s Billboard is Data Visualization Done Right

The Hip Hop Timeline is an outstanding example of data visualization. Check it out – if you like music or not – to fully appreciate the information experience – and be inspired to reimagine the way you present data to educate and influence others.

Source: This is What Hip Hop’s Billboard Top 10 Sounded Like, Back in 1995 | Polygraph

Why You Won’t Recognize SEO in 5 Years

As marketers, we’ve gotten quite good at evolving our playbooks when it comes to SEO. But the changes we’ve seen to this point are nothing compared to what’s coming next.We are in the early stages of a new era of search — an era tied closely to more sophisticated patterns such as mobile, social, and voice search, among other things. And for the first time this isn’t just a matter of adding a new chapter to our SEO strategy, it’s a matter of creating entire new playbooks.

Source: Why you won’t recognize SEO in 5 years | TNW

Food You Can Trust?

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As the new year begins, millions of people are vowing to shape up their eating habits. This usually involves dividing foods into moralistic categories: good/bad, healthy/unhealthy, nutritious/indulgent, slimming/fattening — but which foods belong where depends on whom you ask. Welcome to the world of spurious correlations.

Source: You Can’t Trust What You Read About Nutrition | fivethirtyeight

The Fallen of World War II

An amazingly compelling animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts. You can interact and dig into the data at The Fallen of World War II.

Source: The Fallen of World War II