As a former video game producer married to a hard-core gamer, video games are a part of our everyday household conversation. Last week, we wondered what old PC video games are still loved and being played today. Thanks to platforms like Steam and GOG, we can still buy and play our favourite games fifteen or … Continue reading Which PC Video Games Have Endured the Test of Time?
Happy Easter! Dark chocolate is by far one of my favourite foods. If there was a food pyramid for our mental health I would lobby that it should be number one. So for Easter I thought I would share some interesting analysis regarding my number one comfort food. Who wants the generic brands when you … Continue reading The Great Chocolate Race
“Self-care apps are booming,” according to an April 2018 Tech Crunch article. The same article quotes Apple as identifying self-care as one of the top four break-out trends in 2017. Sensor Tower estimates: The revenue from the top 10 Health and Fitness apps grew over 61% in 2018. US$321 million was spent across both the App Store … Continue reading Yoga and Meditation Apps on Google Play
When creating charts and graphs, many people believe that more colour is better. According to a 2003 study by Xerox, 90% of us believe that colour presentations and documents are more memorable. While colourful charts look nice, how many and what colours you choose can make a big difference on what your chart is communicating. … Continue reading Why Color Matters For Your Charts
How figures can lie and how to spot the lies. Data is constantly used to support and validate claims. This is ideally what readers want. You want to know that what you’re reading is based on unbiased, truthful evidence. As you’ve probably heard, four out of five dentists recommend Colgate . Four out of five … Continue reading Truth or Truthy?