Technology & Apparel #Infographics

“SERENGETEE,” by Julianne Amann & Jon Conley


“Apple vs. Android” by Tara Stuhr and Justine Munroe

Apple vs. Andriod Infographic

“The Rise of the iPhone,” by Courtney Aznavoorian & Rachel Donahoe

The Rise of the iPhone


3 thoughts on “Technology & Apparel #Infographics

  1. James Wegman December 4, 2015 / 1:25 am

    Finally! Someone wrote a comparison of iPhones and Androids that actually gets to the point! The infographics all talk about technology, with a great use of statistics, maps, and charts. Everyone of them has unique coloring and takes advantage of the infographic layout to perfect the stats and display the numbers. For example, I like the way the years are all in bubbles floating among each other. Also, the regional preference map is perfect in the Apple vs. Android article. Like I said, it gets tot he point in comparison unlike sponsored content that is written too long.


  2. Jane Paradise December 7, 2015 / 9:19 pm

    I always find it interesting to talk to people and see whether they are an advocate of the iPhone or the Android — at this point, the products and user interfaces are so similar it’s like they’re morphed into one product. But it seems Apple has done a fantastic job of maintaining its loyal customer base with this one product, and now they’ve made the Blackberry’s and other PDAs obsolete. Like the regional map as well, it gives you a brief overview of what was going on with Apple and Android


  3. Zach Pelletier December 10, 2015 / 6:19 am

    I believe the infographic comparing iPhones and Android devices is exactly what consumers need. You constantly hear that people don’t know the pros and cons of both devices, and this graphic displays information that consumers would want to know. Having to do research on both phones via the internet can take a lot of time and that does not offer you a side to side comparison like the infographic does. Job well done.


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