COVID-19 – Check out the latest infographics related to COVID-19 & the Cornovirus.

Covid-19 Email Marketing US Consumer Sentiment Survey

emailexpert recently ran a US consumer sentiment surveys around the general feeling towards email marketing in the current Covid-19 climate. “Do you feel brands have sent you too many Coronavirus/Covid-19 related emails?” was the questions posed .

Will Coronavirus Break the Internet

Peak usage is now the norm, but can our Internet handle this surge? ComputerScienceZone explains how to stay smoothly connected under the pandemic. Are you using the Internet wisely?

How To Practice Social Distancing Without Feeling Isolated

Around half of American adults feel lonely some or all of the time. How are you keeping busy under quarantine? In this infographic, EduRef explains the best ways to practice social distancing without feeling isolated.

Healthy Eating Under Quarantine

Did you know that 40% of food is wasted every year? Are you choosing your food wisely? In the following infographic, BodyNutrition explains how you can practice healthy eating habits under quarantine.

Remote Work in the Coronavirus Economy

Thanks to the rapid spread of COVID-19 people have started working remotely out of necessity, as more states order shelter-in-place protocols to fight the spread.

Baby Milestones

Babies: when it comes to these little ones, there is so much to learn. For example, at what age do they start eating solid food? How much will baby-related products cost? This infographic is packed with useful information such as when parents can expect their baby to say “mama” or “dada, ”how much they’ll spend on babysitters and so much more.

What You May Not Know About QR Codes

You may have thought QR codes were something fairly new. However, they have been around since 1994. Check out this infographic provided by System ID – The Leader in Barcode Scanners and find out what you may not know about QR codes.

5 Endangered Places to Visit Before They Disappear

From the impressive snow caps of Mount Kilimanjaro to the romantic city of Venice, these are places under threat from changes in the environment. So to tie in with the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting which is currently being held in Davos, we have produced this exciting infographic which identifies our top 5 holiday destinations to visit before they’re gone.

The Energy-Hungry House

In the last 50 years energy usage in an average American household has increased by nearly four times. This infographic takes a look at why there is such a big increase and where all the energy usage in households is going.

Facts About the 2011 Detroit Auto Show

Did you know the Detroit Auto Show employs more than 65 car polishers every year? 65 people, just to polish cars. Learn more about what goes into a world-class auto show with this infographic.

Stormy Weather: Are Americans Prepared for a Rainy Day?

The start of a new year is the quintessential time to roll out a fresh financial plan. One of the more overlooked necessities of financial planning is the rainy day fund. Experts recommend you have at least six months of easily-accessible savings set aside in the case of an emergency. In this infographic, learn how Americans are doing in this department, as well as how to go about setting money aside for this important fund.

Swelling Servings: The Growth of American Food Portions

Waistlines and portions are expanding across America. An emphasis on getting more food for less money has caused restaurant and fast-food portions to grow over the last few decades. However the problem’s not limited to out-of-home portions. Grocery store, vending machine, and snack-sized offerings have been increasing steadily as well. This infographic takes a closer look at how portions have grown and how we can regain control.

Republicans vs Democrats: Which Party Really Rallies for Science

Simple innovations, space exploration, treatment of previously incurable diseases, and answers to the mysteries of the universe are just a few of the many scientific achievements of the past century. However, not everyone is convinced of the value science brings to humanity. And with funds for research and development at the forefront this election year, a question arises: Should the government invest more in science, or should funding be cut in an effort to reduce the federal budget? This infographic from assay depot looks at which political party is truly on the side of science, from a financial perspective.

BBB 100th Anniversary

The Better Business Bureau is celebrating their 100th anniversary by taking us on an graphical journey through the company’s history.

Knife VS Gun: Which Is More Dangerous?

Have you ever wondered how a knife and gun would perform in a deadly situation? Which is more dangerous? What would happen if you were attacked? This infographic explores the question.