It’s a fact: people prefer and absorb graphical images and representations far easier and better than masses of words and data.
So, the clever people over at Column Five recently partnered with Mint.com and Akorn.tv to visually display how much Mint users spend each month on eating and drinking in a project called “Eat, Drink and Be Thrifty”.
Clearly these results are based on a tiny sample of a select group of people. We appreciate that, but we thought the media was worth showing and maybe it’ll inspire some of the MarquetteTurner.com readers to get your calculators out and add up where your hard-earned money is going.
How do you stack up? Are your results frightening, or are you quite comfortable with the outcome? Let us know!