Category Archives: Information graphics

  1. Film making at home: A DIY toolkit with everyday stuff for that dreamer

    Who does not want to make a movie? I have walked this Earth with a script in my head for over three decades. Need to get on to it. Got to do it. While ranting I found this.

    The DIY Filmmaker’s Toolkit
    Infographic by: Wistia

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  2. Apple Timeline: Yet another curious view of a loved brand across years

    Guilty. I am a believer and I have been for a long time. Since 1987, to be precise, when the forbidden Apple was encased in a chilled glass cabin in our design school with exclusive access to a few chosen ones. On getting a wallet and some content in it I have owned a few of these babies. This infographic shows all Apple products on a timeline.

    The Apple Timeline

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  3. A Brief History of Internet and people like us: The machine is using the users

    I found this inspiring video on evolution of web technology and user interactions. I thought it was important to share this with you all.

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  4. Twitter remains unconquered: A peek into our twitter statistics

    The 140 character micro blog has been an elusive thing to conquer. Our followers stats have been roving in the 480 to a little over 500 area. Do I need more? I do not have an answer. We have not consciously done a campaign yet. Probably it is time.

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  5. History of browsers: How have we been getting to the Internet all this while?

    I got into designing for web in early 1998 and since then there has been a flurry of browsers. We have used them to interact or consume information on the Internet. Some of them died an early death. A few survived and a few late entrants have proved stellar.

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  6. The ‘Hello’ paper: Where did Business Cards come from?

    I loved this one on evolution of business cards by MOO. From a meishei for royal visits, visiting cards that announces arrival, trade cards with advertisements, photo cards and to the modern business cards – the humble personal stationery has a story.

    by MOO.

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  7. Noteworthy: Indian Music Explained in an Infographic

    I found this good inforgraphic in visual.ly that explains the basics and magical nuances of Hindustani or Indian Classical music framework created by Pratyush Gupta.

    He explains “Music of India is said to be one of the oldest unbroken musical traditions in the world. The origins of this system go back to the Vedic Age. Many legends evolved about the origins and developmentof Indian classical music. Such stories show the importance of music in Indian culture”.

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  8. Safe houses or user traps: Social networks and security

    I love visual.ly and the below infographic on security issues on Google versus Facebook is as informative as well-designed. Visit the site – a treasure trove of infographic gems.

    by NowSourcing via

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  9. Portfolio July 2011: Web, devices and more

    The Apparatus portfolio has evolved over the last eight years. It has a fair share of information portals, enterprise applications, brand communication, web and mobile apps. There are a bunch of publications designed for print and tablet too. Please do view this full screen and write to us soon. (And do select ‘presentation’ mode.

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  10. A Timeline: Plotting Apparatus’ past and predicting a future

    Apparatus is going to be eight years next month. We are constantly trying to redefine ourselves as a creative business. Lately we have been pursued for partnerships from across Europe and I have been talking history. This presentation is to walk interested people through our progress, our competencies and our goals. Take a look at this presentation.

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