Work of the Week: Marketing Predictions, the Open Web, and More

We’re lucky to get to do good work with great partners, constantly creating a variety of visual content. Whether it’s an annual report, infographic, or live-action video, we love the challenge. But what we love most is getting to share these projects with the world, so we take time each week to do just that. Check out this  Work of the Week, and if you want to see more of what we do, check out our  portfolio.

The Great American Pumpkin Takeover (Infographic)

Every fall, pumpkin-flavored everything grabs our attention. But which pumpkin treats, drinks, and eats do people love the most? We partnered with Microsoft Social Listening to find out.

The Great American Pumpkin Takeover

Web Standards for the Future (Motion Graphic)

An open Web is a better Web, which is why the W3C community works hard to create standards to define an open Web platform. We partnered with Microsoft and W3C to create this motion graphic, which explains why their work is important.

What’s in the Cards? (Infographic)

As the end of year approaches, marketers try to predict the future of their programs and campaigns—not a small task. This infographic, created with Marketo, visualizes the results of interviews with more than 400 marketers, revealing their strategies for marketing success.

Marketing Calendar Fortune Telling Infographic

The Recruiting Manual (Infographic)

Social and mobile are more vital to job recruitment than ever before. We partnered with Jobvite to visualize the results of their 2014 Social Recruiting Survey, which reveals the latest trends in recruitment.

The Recruiting Manual

Sink or Swim (Infographic)

Contrary to popular stories of 20-something tech startup millionaries, entrepreneurship is actually something that’s age-agnostic. As you evolve in the workforce—with experience under your belt—you may be in a better position to launch your dream company. We partnered with Clarity to look at entrepreneurial success at every age.

Sink or Swim
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