Friday, August 22

Infographic: A Salary Guide For The 10 Hottest Digital Creative Jobs





Onward Search has put together a salary guide for the 10 hottest digital creative jobs.



The infographic details the range of salary the various creative professionals would earn in these top 20 job markets around the states of US—ranked number one in the highest paying job is the web developer, who would earn an average of US$82,000 annually.



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[via Facenavi]

A Set Of Smart ‘Stickers’ That Tracks Your Pets And Locates Your Belongings

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If you often find yourself misplacing things, these smart stickers may come in handy.



These smart 'stickers', marketed as 'Estimote Sticker Beacons’, are essentially small wireless sensors that come with an adhesive backing, allowing you to attach it to your preferred location or object.



The coin battery-powered ‘sticker’ will then work its magic with its built-in antennas—it sends tiny radio signals to your smartphone via Bluetooth to update you about its location and context.



You can even attach the ‘sticker’ onto your pet’s collar to track its movements, or on your bags and purses to locate where you last left them.



What do you think—will you consider using these innovative stickers to keep track of your personal belongings? The 'Estimote Sticker Beacons' are currently available for pre-order on its website at $99 for a set of 10.



Check out how the smart ‘sticker’ can be used in the video below.







































[via Gizmodo and TechCrunch]

A Lovely Instagram Account That Produces Tribal-Style Illustrations Daily





A Thai Instagrammer, who goes by the name @wiyadada, posts daily illustrations that are inspired by tribal designs.



Check out the intricate artworks below and follow the account for more updates.























[via @wiyadada]

Infographic: Diversity In The Workplace





An infographic by Content Staging Area has outlined fun facts and figures about diversity in the workplace.



Check out the benefits of having a diverse work culture and how well the US fares so far.



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[via Content Staging Area]

Creatively Designed Cards Invite You To Open Them Like Treasure Chests





Graphic designer Vijit Keomisy has come up with a series of ‘notecards’ that look almost like real-life treasure chests.



The pretty line of cards is adorned with designs that are referenced from brands like Louis Vuitton, Goyard and Moynat.



Check out the full series here.

























[via Vijit Keomisy]

Infographic: How To Fix A Phone That Has Been Dropped In A Toilet



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We hope you will never have to use this guide but just in case, this infographic by the team at The Roosevelts teaches you how to fix a phone that has been dropped in the toilet.



The infographic is simple enough to remember with tongue-in-cheek advice that guides you on the do’s and don’ts when you are trying to resurrect your phone. For example, you can place your phone in an airtight bag of uncooked rice to draw out the moisture but do not use a hairdryer.



If all else fails, it also offers some water-resistant phone options that you can opt for if you want to avoid the trouble altogether.



Check out more tips below:



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[via The Roosevelts]

Infographic: The World’s Weirdest Drinking Customs





Everyone loves a good drink, and this infographic by Wine Investment shows you how the rest of the world enjoys one.



In Italy, Italians only drink water or wine with their meals, and beverages such as beers or sodas are considered a “big no-no”. While in Japan, it’s impolite to pour your own drink; people are required to top up their neighbors’ drink instead.



For more fun facts about other countries’ drinking customs, check out the infographic below:



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[via Visual.ly]

Satisfy Your Wanderlust With These Mesmerizing Videos Taken By Drones

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Image via Freeway Drone Prise de vue aérienne



The next long stretch of holidays probably cannot come any faster for you, but for now you can appease your wanderlust with these wonderful videos of various tourist destinations shot via drones.



Compiled by Architizer, the entire list presents some of the most mesmerizing aerial views of destinations from France to Macau.



Kick back over the weekend with some of these fascinating drone-shot videos below:



Château de Versailles / Champs Elysées. Paris, France, via Freeway Drone Prise de vue aérienne







New York, via Team BlackSheep







Dubai, via Team BlackSheep







Milan, Italy, via koy Loris A







Macau, via Team BlackSheep







Iceland, via Eddie Codel





[via Architizer]

Get Behind The World of A Pixel Artist With This Video

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“One pixel, if it does its job right, doesn’t have a lot of power. It’s the pixel on your computer screen that goes dead—that’s the pixel you’re going to notice. You’re going to notice that little black pixel that isn’t there. It can’t get any simpler than one pixel.”



Kyle McCoy is a “hands-on approach” pixel artist.



He uses plastic beads to create works of art, often featuring pop culture characters. In the four-minute-long video below, he shows how he creates identifiable and recognizable masterpieces, despite them being stripped of elaborate details.



Check out the video below:



































[via Laughing Squid, images via One Focus Video]

With Actual Money, These Ads Highlight The Plight Of New Zealand Wildlife





Ogilvy & Mather New Zealand has created a series of clever ads for wildlife organization Forest & Bird.



Making use of actual money, the ads show how even small donations of $5 can help “put a bird back in its natural environment”.











[via Ogilvy & Mather New Zealand]