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Facebook's Secret Strategy Infographic

Art: Audrey Fukuman

There was some controversy when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unintentionally revealed the 2010 Facebook Strategy Infographic that was printed on the inside liner of his hoodie at the D8 conference.  Audrey Fukuman at SFWeekly.com has recreated the infographic based on the video and photos.

Photo via AllThingsD/Anna Mathat

According to SFWeekly.com, this was a hoodie given to all Facebook employees.

I expect some disagreement, but I’m a firm believer that you can absolutely design an infographic to represent a strategy, a concept or a qualitative result.  Infographics don’t have to be based only on a massive amount of quantitative, numeric data.  What do you think, does this qualify as an infographic?

Here’s the video clip from the AllThingsD D8 conference when Mark removed the hoodie and revealed the graphic:

Found on SFWeekly.com and digg.com

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Reader Comments (4)

canĀ“t you see the jewish star inside?

June 16, 2010 | Unregistered Commentered

Seriously? You really felt you needed to say that?

June 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJeff

That graphic is terrible. Both, because it looks like Office clip art and because there isn't much information. To me it says "We're gonna go in a bunch of different directions all at once." That's generally not a good idea. Finally, it just is not very interesting to look at. If that was on a t-shirt, someone would more likely say; "What union are you a member of?" vs. "Cool t-shirt!"

June 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterP-Rip

Yes. I do agree that it could be presented in a better manner. :)

June 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSEO Tips
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