An aggregation of the world’s knowledge. To generations past, that was a futuristic ideal, incoceivable outside the attempts of Britannica and the World Book encyclopedias. Yet to kids growing up today and those of us that work in an online realm, these tools are a reality. The most common example, the one that shows up on the front page of results for nearly any Google search imaginable, is Wikipedia.
When most people consider “fragmenting” they think of scattered files that slow down their computer. With everything becoming digital, this problem has become a part of life in respect to all personal files. Music, movies, documents, and even friends have become scattered into different media platforms. Humor blog, Doghouse Diaries has made a hobby out of breaking it down for us with comedic visualizations. Still, it’s exhausting to really wrap your mind around when there are so many different locations in which media could be stored, and the chart we feature today only covers some of the locations.
Studies show that people receive and comprehend messages better when they don’t just see them, but interact with them. That’s a large part of the philosophy behind the maps we make here at Maga. They aren’t simply a picture to look at or a slide to read, they’re a path to follow and a process to understand. Continue reading Interactives: Games as Advertising
When you run into a problem there are often several ways to approach the situation. Sometimes there can be an overwhelming number of steps. Thankfully, we’ve come across a straightforward map that can help!