Archive for February, 2014

How to Find the Perfect CEO

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Companies spend time and resources looking for the perfect CEO to lead them into the future.  But are they doing it right?  This infographic breaks down the process and examines the top five CEOs in Europe.  Should you promote from within or hire an outsider?  This will help you make a better decision.

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How to find the right CEO

Source: CEO Worldwide

Bring on the Drones

Friday, February 21st, 2014

Drones are in the news a lot lately.  The U.S. Military has been using them for years, but did you know they are used to aid wildlife conservation in Africa?  This infographic illustrates how drones are being used and weighs the pros and cons of using them.

”Camcode

Infographic by Camcode

The New Parents’ Guide to Mobile Photography

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Becoming a new parent can be scary.  This infographic will help ease your burden by teaching you how to take the best pictures possible of your new baby.

The New Parents' Guide to Mobile Photography [Infographic]
© Obaby

The Death of Brick and Mortar

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Brick and mortar retailers are going out of business at an alarming rate.  There are many reason for this, including the decrease in foot traffic and the increase in ecommerce.  This infographic examines the phenomenon:

The Death of Brick and Mortar and the Rise of Ecommerce
© TheStore.com

The Rise and Fall of Flappy Bird [Infographic]

Friday, February 14th, 2014

Oh Flappy Bird, you came in like a wrecking ball and ruined our lives, now you’re gone from the app store. Check out the infographic below to learn about the rise and fall of the ever so popular mobile app.

Flappy Bird
courtesy of StartApp

How Smartphones Hack Your Life

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Since smartphones sprang on the market just a few short years ago, it seems that everyone including your kids and your grandma has one.  Unfortunately not everyone is as security-conscious with their phones as they should be.  For example, did you know that 48% of smartphone owners don’t even set a basic passcode to get into their phone?  Learn about this and other smartphone failings from this infographic:

Disgusting Medical Jobs
Source: nq.com

 

5 Things Restaurant Mobile Apps Must Include

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

What kind of apps do you usually download?  Many people are starting to download customer loyalty apps, and restaurants are taking notice and jumping on the bandwagon.  This infographic details what make a restaurant app successful as well as which apps are having the most success.

5 Things Restaurant Mobile Apps Must Include [infographic]
5 Things Restaurant Mobile Apps Must Include [infographic]
Compliments of QSRweb.com

The Future of Mobile Consumer Engagement [Infographic]

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

BLE and NFC are being installed in most smartphones today, but what makes them different? Check out the infographic below to learn more about BLE and NFC and the future of mobile consumer engagement.

BLE vs. NFC [infographic]
BLE vs. NFC [infographic]
Compliments of Retail Customer Experience

Are you textually active?

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Much can be lost in translation when your primary means of communication is text messages.  This handy infographic helps you discern what that text message is really saying.

”Scratch

Infographic by Scratch Wireless

Geek is Chic : Women Prefer Geeks

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

The days of gym rats ruling in matters of love are drawing to a close.  More women are starting to prefer geeks to gym rats.  Check out this infographic for more.

Women Prefer Gadget-Handy Guys Over Gym Rats
© Crucial.com

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