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Did you know that tap water can contain pesticides, herbicides, bacterias, micro-organisms, organic materials and radio-nuclicides which can cause water-related illness? Learn how you can reduce the risk of gastro-intestinal disease by up to 33% with effective water filters.
Infographic Design: C+
The design for this infographic is clean and bright. The title engages the readers and invites them further into the infographic. I like the use of water and pipes to help display the information as well as the images of the bottles. I do think that some of the images are a little basic looking but they do add something to the infographic. This is not the most exciting design for an infographic but it displays that information in a clear manner.
Infographic Information: B
The information is great because it has a lot of facts related to water and the different illnesses. As I was reading I found a lot of information that I had never known before. This is the sign of good information because it is giving the reader more knowledge than they already had. I like that the last bit of information is how to filter your water properly so that you can avoid this water related illnesses.
This infographic is provided by http://www.robertdyas.co.uk
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Tea is a drink that many people enjoy but might never have thought of where it came from or how much we consumer around the world. Take a look at this infographic for some interesting facts about one of the best drinks, tea.
Infographic Design: B
The timeline theme works great with this infographic since history of tea is the main idea. I think that the title should have been at the very top and then the timeline could have started underneath of that. I like the giant tea cup for the header image. The dark colors work well with the colorful coffee mugs. The information does not have any real sections but because the timeline is there to follow the reader can have some sort of direction. I would say that this is a pretty good infographic but there are a few things that could have been done to make it look better.
Infographic Information: A
I found all of the information to be relevant to tea and how it is consumed. I think that the information was unique because a lot of it I had never heard before. The health benefits section was nice to see since so many people are trying to focus on their health. The production map showed clearly which countries produced the most coffee. I think overall the information was good and gave a nice background for those who drink tea.
Infographic provided by Tee-Magazine.de
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This coffee infographic contains information about how much coffee the world drinks every year, around 66 billion cups! And while the United States ranks #8 for coffee drinking, it is far behind the #1 coffee drinking country in the world, Finland. Surprising to me, Japan ranks right behind the USA at #9. Men only drink slightly more coffee than women. Brewed coffee can contain more caffeine than espresso.
Infographic about coffee drinking provided by Hamilton Beach providing quality coffee makers.
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The blender has been and is a popular kitchen appliance. Foods and liquids placed in it are blended or chopped based on the speed set by the operator. Today’s food blender can crush ice, make peanut butter, grate cheese, heat sop and perform many useful functions to make your kitchen and cooking more efficient and a little more fun.
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This infographic on Hamilton Beach Blenders is provided by Big Oak Studios.
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Facts about tea presented in a truly attractive infographic.
China produces 1275384 tons of tea per year. India produces 805180 tons annually. Kenya? 345800 tons. Sri Lanka produces 318470 tons per year, and Turkey and Vietnam produce 198046 and 174900, respectively.
In Tibet, they mix salt and butter into their tea.
165 million cups of tea are consumed each day in the UK. On a given day, 40% of the UK’s fluid intake will be tea.
Ideal Brewing Temperatures
Did you know different types of tea have different idea brewing temperatures? White tea brews best between 65 and 70 degrees Celsius. Grean Tea? Between 75 and 80 degrees Celsius. Oolong brews best between 80 and 85 degress Celsius, and Black tea needs a good 99 degrees Celsius to brew the best.
Lahpet, which is pickled tea, is eaten in Myanmar.
Turkey is #1 at 2.1 kg per year. Ireland is next at 2.0 kg. The UK ties Irelend with 2.0 kg. Iran weighs in at 1.4 kg per year, and Morocco consumes a respectable 1.2 kg per year.
Black tea has the most at 64 to 112 mg. Oolong contains 29 to 53 mg. Green tea contains 24 to 39 mg, and white tea contains 32 to 37 mg.
I think it is beautiful.
Good information about tea and tea consumption.
Source: Tea Facts Infographic by from MV Mediagroup.