Facebook sent a shockwave through the tech world on Wednesday when it announced the acquisition of WhatsAapp for $16 billion ($12 billion in stock and $4 billion cash).
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‘One of our favorite annual traditions at Shutterstock is sharing our hard-earned design-trend data with the world. For this, our third annual infographic, we used data from our 350 million all-time downloads to explore recent and emerging trends from around the globe.
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A recent study revealed that 99% of brands are on Twitter. Although small businesses may have paved the way for Twitter marketing success, the world’s largest brands are adopting the platform a both a customer service and marketing tool at an increasing rate.
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With how often each of us are online or using our mobile phones, you would think that print advertising is an antiquated artwork that no one pays real […]
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Facebook released new findings on Friday — Valentine’s Day — that hints when two people are about to change their status to “in a relationship.”
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Over here at Paper Leaf Design, we make much ado about communication & process. In our minds, these two elements are key to a successful design project
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An artist has created a hand-drawn map of the Internet, where Google, Apple, and porn are continents.
The world of the Internet mirrors the real-world in myriad ways: there are members (we call them populations), websites (destinations to visit), acquisitions of companies (redrawn political boundaries). So what if the Internet could be visualized like our global politics?
That’s exactly what designer Martin Vargic did in this cartographic experiment which treats mega-companies such as Google, Microsoft, HP, and Apple like empires, on a classic world map. To explain the dominance and relationships of these entities, Vargic created a visual hierarchy that gives prominent treatment to companies with the most users (or sites with the most visitors), surrounding them with smaller states and townships named after adjacent businesses.
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