There are thousands of companies marketing themselves to consumers (both prospective and returning) several times per day, all of them with their own unique logo. Even the simplest company logos have a high amount of thought and time put into them, from logos representing small businesses all the way to logos for colossal corporations. One of the most important aspects in choosing the symbol that will define your company, and thus the self-image that your are presenting to your prospective consumer, is not necessarily the design itself but rather its color.
Today’s infographic comes to us from The Logo Company and gives us a look into the choice of colors worn by the logos that we see every day. Do you want your company to give off a sense of excitement or boldness? Red might be the color for you then. How about if you want your customers to feel like your company is trustworthy and dependable? You might want a nice, light shade of blue in that case.
There are several ways that companies present themselves and their image to customers, and logos (and their colors) are just one of them. For more information on logos and the meaning of their colors, refer to the infographic below. [Via]
Today’s infographic cleverly lets us know that a visit from the RugDoctor is sometimes just as good as a visit from the Love Doctor. Whoever compiled this infographic had the audience in mind; with its visually stimulating and sharp arrangement it is more than easy on the eyes.
It’s incredibly true for most of us that our carpets are not as clean as we’d like. Although it’s probably a good thing that our carpets aren’t as clean as our toilets (we sit on them a lot more), it can be pretty scary when you are lying down on the floor and can see all of the gunk at eye-level.
63% is a pretty high figure for the amount of people not satisfied with the cleanliness of their carpet. But, with all the grime that comes in on our shoes from outside, it is extremely difficult to keep it nice and spotless.
I hope that you can be one of the people that rise above the statistics on this infographic and have a clean carpet in your home. It really is true that a clean environment can help maintain a healthy mind—especially at home. Have a great day, y’all! [via]
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Fifty percent of all adults do not have adequate health insurance. I can’t believe this, but I guess I’m being a hypocrite as I myself do not own life insurance. I’m just really banking on the fact that I don’t die anytime soon. I know I shouldn’t, anything could happen and I may not see tomorrow.
Trying to fathom that some aspects of your life will continue after you’ve passed is a bit difficult. Leaving debt, funeral costs and other expenses to your family is never a good thing (Unless you hate your family!) But really, funeral costs can be upwards of 20,000 dollars and leaving a spouse to fend for themselves, especially if there are children envolved can be devastating.
40% of American households with children said they wouldn’t be able to meet immediate living expenses if they lost the primary wage-earner. Life insurance is not only a smart thing to have, it is a necessity. The future of your family may depend on it. [Efinancial Life Insurance]Share This Infographic
If you or your company are considering investing in IT, it might be a good idea to take a look at today’s infographic from IDGKnowledgeHub.com. This graphic goes over the different types of buying and selling methods in the world of IT in business, and which types might suit different businesses.
For instance, if you (or your company) are the type to buy a fairly constant and consistent stream of low-cost IT equipment and/or service, then this is what is known as the “Sprinting” method. The sprinting method of buying IT service concerns itself less with things like cost and relationships with the seller and instead focus almost solely on the value or quality of the product being purchased.
For more info on what type of approach you may wish to take on buying or selling IT, refer to the infographic below. [Via]Share This Infographic
I have never experienced the wrath that is poison ivy, but I’ve always known to stay away from it. It never really knew the damage poison ivy could do until a friend of mine had an unfriendly encounter with the plant. His skin was an angry red patch of steamy boils. It was literally, one of the grossest things I had ever seen. I never even knew that you needed steriods to help get rid of teh rash, but after seeing it, I can understand why.
If have no idea what poison ivy looks like, so if I was in the woods, I more than likely end up becoming one of the plants victims. Thankfully today’s infographic teaches you a few tricks to help identify this nasty plant. The rhyming makes remembering so much easier. So next time you go camping with your friends, remind them of these little jingles and save yourselves. [via]Share This Infographic