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Visualoop

Dribbble for infographic & data visualization artists

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Atlas

Eye-opening charts and data, powered by Quartz 😳

Ashish Bogawat- UX Designer, gamer, geek...
Timehop is the best thing I have used for long term memories (last year, a few years back). For very recent stuff - like documents or sites I worked on yesterday or last week - Atlas seems to do it better than any other tool that I've seen. It's a bit of a hog on the resources, but if your computer has the muscle for it, it's pretty good.
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Undoubtedly it has to be Atlas by Quartz. Haven't seen a more beautiful data visualisation platform in recent times.
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CodeAnalogies

Visual explanations of web development topics

I spent countless hours struggling to learn basic (but challenging!) web development concepts like CSS positioning, callbacks and Model-View-Controller.

I felt that putting the analogy at the center of the lesson might be a better way to teach.

The tutorials use real-world concepts to explain web development.

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Kevin's full list of analogy articles and tutorials: https://www.rtfmanual.io/guides/ See more
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Visual.ly

Marketplace for Infographics and Other Visual Content

Anish Shah- digital strategy @ mcgarrybowen SF
I feel Visual.ly has a good range too. Plus, feel it's more flexible than the other two mentioned here.
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