Fast Company: Infographic of the Day
Fast Company: Pinterest’s Founding Designer Shares His Dead-Simple Design Philosophy
Written by: Sahil Lavingia
Design isn’t just wire frames or visual style; it’s about the product as a whole, writes Sahil Lavingia.
Fraser Davidson, a London-based animator, created this unofficial video for Bill Maher’s “Irritable Bowl Syndrome.”
Warning: Explicit language and political banter, but the animation is fantastic.
Facebook Inc. COO Sheryl Sandberg Sees Global ‘Ambition Gap’ for Women via Bloomberg TV
Sandberg spoke Jan. 27 on a panel at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, about personal obstacles for females in the workplace.
Success and likeability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women. As a man gets more powerful and successful, he is better liked. As a woman gets more powerful and successful, she is less liked.
By Dan Zarrella
By Adam Gopnik, New Yorker
Wonderfully written foil between small-town America of old and the power of new money via Vanity Fair. Profiles of both involved parties enhances the story way beyond the “what” to give—sometimes emotional—context to the reader.
Great narrative of #OccupyWallStreet from Vanity Fair told in text and video like a story being passed from one generation to the next.
Informative infographic with context that follows the money and tells a story.