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It makes sense to have more than one oil for cooking in your kitchen, but which ones are best for you? This infographic from Information Is Beautiful grades oils by their fat content, smoke point and flavour.
Any good craft needs a toolbox. If you’re a designer, your toolbox is style, which unfortunately you can’t put into organised drawers. This graphic, however, lays out your basic tools as a designer.
Keyboard shortcuts are the ticket to working faster in many programs. This cheat sheet will help you work more efficiently in Adobe Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Premier Pro.
Packet ramen is nothing compared to the real deal. This graphic shows you how to make the real stuff at home, complete with the ingredients you’ll need and 25 different regional varieties you can try.
Anyone who’s ever filled out a resume has probably wondered at least once “What the hell do I put here?” If you’re struggling, this resume checklist can give you the kick start you need.
Clothes have a lot of potential problems. Popped buttons, fallen hems, running tights, holes, stains and scuffs. The list goes on and on. Fortunately, this graphic will show you how to fix the most common clothing mishaps.
You know that it’s bad to not get enough sleep, but do you know how bad? This infographic explains all the terrible side effects — like anger, cravings, and taking unnecessary risks — that can come from getting too little sleep every night.
We’ve all seen news stories that claim a “new study” has come out that shows some freshly-discovered factor causes or prevents cancer. In case you needed a reminder not to trust just one study, this chart demonstrates the spectrum that single studies can fall on.