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I Found That Many Articles About Coronaviruses Were Difficult To Digest, So I Made An Easy Infocomic (17 Pics)


This is the first comic about the coronavirus that I published.
In January, I was on sick leave for three weeks due to a respiratory illness. While I was ill, I spent a lot of time researching respiratory illnesses. At that time, news about the Wuhan virus, now known as COVID-19, had just broken. As an illustrator, I made a summary of what I’ve learned about coronaviruses in general. I found that many informative articles about the topic were difficult to digest, so I tried to simplify the comic as much as possible so that they would be understandable even for children.
I have also made the comic available as an infographic—feel free to download and print them as posters. With the help of many individuals, this comic has been translated into multiple languages as well! If you would like to help as a translator, please email me at comicsforgood@gmail.com.
Stay tuned for my follow-up comics about the coronavirus and how to exercise precaution!

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This One Aspect of Your Office Design Is Wasting a Lot of Time and Money

The modern office was conceived at the turn of the 20th century by Frederick Winslow Taylor, imitating factory assembly lines, where clerks and executives could perform repetitive tasks with maximum efficiency. In recent years, our offices have changed to reflect the more collaborative nature of work, but meeting rooms have lagged behind.

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Smart Bathroom Design Controls Spread Of Hospital Infections

Smart bathroom design can be a big factor in preventing healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs). Check out this infographic from Sloan to learn more.

What does bathroom design have to do with keeping healthcare facility patients healthy?

Many patients in hospitals and other healthcare facilities contract new illnesses from pathogens they contact during their stay. These healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs) occur in every type of facility, and their impact can be devastating: On any given day, about one in 25 patients has at least one healthcare-related infection.

In the most recent studies:

  • U.S. hospitals reported 722,000 HAIs
  • 75,000 patients with HAIs died during their hospitalizations
  • HAIs cost hospitals $9.8 billion annually

But HAIs can be prevented—and smart bathroom design can be a big factor in preventing them. Check out this infographic from Sloan on the epidemic of healthcare-acquired infections, and the restroom fixtures designed to limit their impact, both on the well-being of patients and for the bottom line of healthcare facilities.

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Infographic: Using email marketing to grow your small business

For most small businesses, marketing budgets are tight and there is a constant need to prioritize. It’s necessary to ask yourself what the most efficient way is to communicate with your customers or target market.

Social media and SEO have their merits, of course, and any successful business needs to utilize those tools as much as they can. However, the one medium that allows you to be directly in touch with your customers is the humble email.

With 4 billion accounts and rising worldwide, email has proven to be a powerful marketing tool for businesses around the world. It’s the one area of communications where businesses can retain total control over their message and interactions.

We’ve put together an infographic to show some of the facts and figures behind emails as well as lay out some strategies to help your business:

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As you can see, there are a number of innovative ways we can use emails to boost revenue for your business. The ROI of $44 for every $1 spent is higher than any other form of communication including social media.

Here is what a well-organized, personalized email program achieves for your business:

  • Reach: Where else can you send to a potential database of 4 billion accounts?
  • Subscribers: Most of the time, people sign up to your list because they want to hear from you.
  • Conversion: On ROI, no other medium beats the email. For engagement and establishing trust with customers, email comes out on top, too.

Segmenting your list will give you the ability to personalize emails to by keeping the content relevant to them. You can do this by interest, age and location among many other metrics.

After 45 years — incredibly, the first email was sent in 1971 — email is still going strong. Following these tips will help your business take advantage.

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