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This infographic reveals the top 10 most dateable TV characters of all time and why women like them so much. It looks at the ratio of bad boys vs. nice guys, how the characters dress, and what attractive traits they all have in common.
The data from the infographic was collected from sourcing 53 “sexiest TV character” list posts (all written by women) and counting 444 votes. The infographic aims to provide a unique insight into the character traits women want in man so that guys can then learn how to adopt these traits to get a girlfriend.
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This infographic was developed by the team at London Office Space who realized that they drink a lot of tea and, after a bit of research, discovered that so do most people in the UK. The infographic provides a fun look at British tea drinking stats and facts, as well as an insight into office tea drinking culture.
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Mindfulness (adding meditation elements into your everyday life) has become quite popular recently. Scientific studies have come out advocating that it does improve ones wellbeing. The infographic below showcases some of that research and how being present can make a difference in your life and make you happier.
Infographic provided by PresenceTraining.co.uk
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London-based estate agents Martyn Gerrard celebrated 50 years of helping people to find their perfect home this year, and to commemorate this milestone they have created this infographic.
50 Facts for 50 Years looks back to what Britain was like in 1964, and as you can see there are many differences between then and now, from the price of a loaf of bread and a pint of milk to the average cost of a house.
Infographic Design: A
The design of this infographic features all of my favorite components of a good infographic: organized sections, bold titles, nice color scheme. The infographic flows well between sections and I appreciate the unique charts and graphs.
Infographic Information: B+
The information is interesting a provides an insight into what it was like to live in Britain during 1964.
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This infographic looks at how the color of a brand can subconsciously affect a customers perception. Colors all have a feel and emotion associated with them that is important to understand when developing your brand.
Infographic provided by Print-Print.co.uk