The Anatomy of Work Boots

Review on the layout:

Layout for infographics on this scale are always difficult to get right. Here we see an introduction, information about the boots and how they’re categorized, and an ending to stress to the user factors they should consider when purchasing a pair. While perhaps a bit too text-heavy for top-marks, I do appreciate the level of detail that went into creating this graphic. With a satisfying section-based layout a reader is able to just read whatever part that catches their attention and move on.

Review on the content:

Don’t get me wrong–I know that boots for industrial settings need to be extremely resilient to satisfy the job site–but the level of detail this infographic has taught me about a topic that I knew minimal information about previously is impressive. The layering of a boot and the entire system of standardized icons to quickly reflect the different levels that boots can come in is both intriguing and short enough to maintain my attention. The graphic teaches more than one may ever care to know if the topic is irrelevant to them, but it does it well. Trivia night anyone?

FINAL VERDICT.

Whether you’re looking to upgrade an old pair of boots or you are just in the market for a pair of really sturdy boots for doing yard work in, you can never go wrong with a pair of work boots. Checkout the link below for the full infographic and head over to twitter to join in on the conversation about your favorite work boots.

Source: https://bestbootshub.com/best-pull-on-work-boots/

Score: 4/5

The ROI of Upgrading Your Garage Door in 2020

Review on the layout:

The simplicity and clear attention-grabbing color usage makes the layout of this infographic stunning. Utilizing the thirds rule in design adds an extra layer of complexity most graphics try to emulate but fall flat. Here each of the main sections the designer wants the reader drawn to is laid exactly around one of those third lines and at the half mark of the graphic. Wonderful usage of design principles to ensure an effective and efficient passage of information!

Review on the content:

When considering upgrades to the home before resale the first things that come to mind are the kitchen and yard renovations. I never would have considered that a new garage door would be my second largest return on investment when compared to the amount that other upgrades can guarantee. Immediately getting up to a 4% increase in home value for just replacing your garage door seems incredible and the next time I’m looking to head for the market, this will definitely be a top consideration. Very informative on a top many have interest in.

FINAL VERDICT.

As we near peak home sale season (summer) a new garage door could be a great investment for families to make to push themselves over the invisible threshold compared to other homes in their area. The layout of the infographic is great and designed with the reader in mind while the content hits a topic many are interested in having more knowledge.

What are the top renovations on your list before putting a home on the marker? Checkout the full infographic here and join the discussion.

Score: 4.5/5

In-App Purchases: Not for Kids

Review on the layout:

This infographic is very neatly made. It’s somehow looks like something you’ll show in a business meeting. Cool looking graphs and charts. All in all the layout is nicely made.

Review on the content:

This infographic shows that in-app for kids aren’t really good for big businesses. Why? Well, we may know that most kids do purchase and play games on their phones, tablets or computers. But the problem is that most parents of these kids aren’t aware or lets just say they don’t want their kids purchasing these in-app. So, in the end these parents sues or ask a refund due to their children purchasing in-app without their consent.

FINAL VERDICT.

Based on what I have been saying about what this Revenue Model for Kid’s App Infographic is all about, it’s wise for developers of kids’ apps to find a new revenue model. Meanwhile the Kidoz.net Developers had been working with dozens of kids’ app developers to build and sustain the ever-growing KIDOZ Store. A store which uses virtual coins the parents buy, then the kids will use these coins to buy and download apps on their own.