Pet Lovers: How To Keep Your Dog Happy In The Apartment

Review on the layout:

This is a really nice infographic, I mean just take a look at those cute little doggies. I’m a pet lover and I really love this infographic. The layout is nicely done, the images are very well-edited and blended on a very artistic background with beautiful colors paired with cool text fonts. I just love this infographic.

Review on the content:

I live in an apartment and I’m a pet lover. The fact that I live in a small apartment unit and alone made me decide not to own a pet not because they aren’t allowed. Pets are allowed in my apartment, the reason I don’t own one because I don’t want my pet to feel neglected and cramped. But after having read this infographic it made me think that I can actually give it a try. These 5 ways to keep a dog happy in an apartment has been very informative to me and I hope it will too to other pet lovers like me out there who lives in an apartment.

FINAL VERDICT.

A very nice and well-made infographic with beautiful pictures, artistic background and cool text font. Other than that, I also find the content of this infographic very helpful and informative on how to make your pet happy while living in an apartment.


5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Happy in an Apartment image via Crystal Square Apartments in Crystal City, Arlington, VA

Sleep Survey in Britain

Review on the layout:

I like this one, the image of starry night is one of my favorite scenery. Dark blue skies with bright shinny stars makes me want to sleep. The layout is nicely done specially the charts on top of a Britain map divided into regions and some numbers and explanations.

Review on the content:

This infographic is all about a survey made on Britain concerning their sleep issues. According to a major survey by Feather & Black, only 10% of Britain think they are good sleepers. If you take a look at this infographic, excuses for having a bad night’s sleep is different depending on where they live. You can see on the chart below the percentage of people having trouble with sleeping by region.

FINAL VERDICT.

This infographic is a major survey by Feather & Black, it pinpoints which region has which most excuse of having a bad night’s sleep and how many percentage of people being surveyed suffers from it. Excuses for having sleeping issues depends on where they live. So if you’re having trouble sleeping then try to avoid falling into any of these excuses so you’ll be included into the 10% that thinks they are good sleepers.

How bad is Britain in bed?

Stannah reveals London over 65s loneliest in Britain

Review on the layout:

This one has some nice images on it, they’re finely detailed like the dog picture. A very nice one if you ask me. The colors are paired and blended with other colors well enough not to hurt my eyes.

Review on the content:

This infographic is all about the Stannah Silver Census’s result which was conducted by lift manufacturer. Stannah questioned about 1,000 adults to provide a finger on the pulse of an oft-overlooked segment of British society. This nationwide survey of those aged 65 and over found that 75% of pensioners surveyed revealed they experience feelings of loneliness – despite living within one hour of a relative. London’s pensioners felt by far the most isolated in Britain, with those in Wales (61%) and the North (64%) feeling the least lonely.

FINAL VERDICT.

Being an elderly pensioner in London is considered to be by far and away the most isolated and lonely people in Britain. One reason could be because London is too fast paced and inaccessible for those over 65 years of age. If you don’t believe it then this infographic made by the Stannah Stairlifts can prove it.

Stannah reveals London over 65s loneliest in Britain