How to Spot a Douchebag [infographic]

December 29, 2011 |  by  |  Funny, Lifestyle  |  No Comments
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Sup bro? Today Daily Infographic will be showing you how to sort out the douchebags from real people. I will start by admitting that I follow 3 of these 19 characteristics, and I’ll let you try to figure out which ones. (Hint: I hate pointless ‘cool-looking’ tattoos with no meaning.) If you only follow a few of these like me, I wouldn’t worry too much, you’re probably just borderline douche. However, If you follow more than 5 of these, people will most likely label you as a douchebag, and chances are you are one. But I’m not here to judge anyone. To all the douchebags out there reading: don’t worry brah, they’re just haters.

If you read this infographic and suddenly realize you’re a douchebag, don’t panic. There is a cure. True douchebags will never admit that they are douches, and if you simply admit to being a douchebag you are free from the disease. Who’s the douchiest douche? Post a comment below with your nomination and why. My nomination goes to Rick Perry. I will not comment on his political agenda, he simply has the best ‘douche face’. [Via]

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The Designer’s Toolkit [infographic]

December 28, 2011 |  by  |  Tech  |  2 Comments
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Computer users always have their preferred apps, products and brands, and most are fiercely loyal to said apps, products and brands. Take a look at the comments in the app store for an example of the fawning supporter and the enraged protestor. When I first got my Mac laptop (which now has a human name and is basically an extension of my arm), I spent hours researching the apps and products people use. Perhaps this analogy will only resonate with the Vogue-reading crowd out there, but it is the same idea as finding out what is in Natalie Portman’s make-up bag. If successful people swear by and application, I will probably hit “install” to see what the fuss is all about.

Today’s infographic takes you into the offices of 180 creative professionals to see what apps they have open. Small sample size notwithstanding, the results are educational. From word processing to storage to email– there are usually clear winners. I completely agree on Gmail, though I’ve never harbored much affection for Google Docs. What apps do you swear by and why? [via]

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Christmas Spirits [infographic]

December 27, 2011 |  by  |  Entertainment, Holiday, Lifestyle  |  1 Comment
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One of my favorite parts of christmas is experimenting with festive holiday cocktails. Christmas parties are always packed with the regular beer and wine, but having a signature cocktail is a little more impressive. This infographic takes you around the world for some the signature christmas cocktails. Everyone seems just delicious to me, but that may mean something about my lifestyle. I would definitely go with a Gingerbread Sacrifice in Paris, Candy Cane Eggnog in New England and a Santa’s Stiff Hot Chocolate up in the North Pole.

These days, Pinterest allows us to find many delicious cocktail recipes at the drop of a hat. Each one is more original and unique than the rest. At a holiday party last week we tried out a holiday sangria, containing two bottles of wine, 5 cans of sprite, orange liquor (as much as you’d like, we put in a bunch), pomegranate seeds and lime slices. It was a huge, refreshing hit. Another christmas classic is a simple mulled wine, with two bottles of red wine, a juiced orange, cloves in the orange peel, cinnamon sticks and what ever spices you could imagine. Let that concoction sit for about an hour, mulling over heat on the stove, and you end up with a spiced drink that tastes just like christmas.

What are your favorite christmas cocktails?

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Bikes Can Save Us! [infographic]

December 26, 2011 |  by  |  Environmental, Health  |  7 Comments
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I don’t know about you but if I had to choose one alternative to cars it would without a doubt be a bicycle. Unfortunately, at the moment my bike is not in working condition as the result of being hit by a CAR! I was on the UT campus riding my bike, trying to both avoid being the cause of unnecessary emissions and working on getting in better shape, when I woman who admitted she didn’t see me so lovingly turned into me. It has been about a month since that happened and luckily my chin is back together; that’s right I cracked that (insert derogative noun here) windshield with my chin. However traumatic this event was I will not be deterred from riding bikes again, they are just too damn fun.

Today’s infographic, How Bikes Can Save Us, suggests that by switching from gas guzzling cars to fat burning bikes we can do more than help the planet, we can help ourselves. Isn’t that nice? We can be selfish while still helping out the planet that is nice enough to house even though we just shit all over it. Anyway enjoy today’s infographic and keep sharing! [via]

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Biking to Health

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Color-fooled: Visual Stimulus and Marketing [infographic]

December 25, 2011 |  by  |  Business, eCommerce, Education, Marketing, Retail  |  4 Comments
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It’s that annoying realization: “Wait…did I really just put that in my shopping cart because of the pretty packaging?”

Chances are… Yes, you just did. You just got color-fooled. But don’t worry, it was no simple trick… scores of psychologists have been at work setting up these intricate, appealing traps for decades.

We are of a very visually oriented species. It seems obvious, but I was taken aback at the overwhelming majority (85%) of shoppers place color alone as the primary reason for buying a particular product.

And that’s just color. Visual stimuli come in a variety of different forms…Online shopping brings our eyes into a whole new arena. How often have you been dissuaded from buying a product online because the page took too long to load? Or maybe the website just didn’t “look legit”?

There is a very inverse relationship between page load time and decrease in sales for online retailers.  It seems that today’s customers are saying: “No shiny instant gratification, no deal.”  (via)

Oh, and for those of you who partake: Merry Christmas!

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