We love how your visual representations help the reader comprehend complex information quickly and clearly and can be easily shared across the Internet. Take this one, for example, highlighting that 95% of Fortune 500 CEOs played college sports.
However, a pretty picture does not equate to credibility. If you fail to identify your sources, no one is going to take your message seriously. Need proof? Here's what the Internet thought about this:
Withings "adored" Annabel's recent post outlining the insights she gleaned from putting an activity tracker on her daughter and wanted to find out more. Here's a link to the short interview she gave them, timed to coincided with the upcoming Walk to School Day on October 7. Also available in French and German.
Of particular concern was the lack of physical activity (at least measured by the steps she was taking) on school days. For days when she rode the bus to school (22 days in total), her average dropped to 8,300 steps a day. And this was during the summer months when outdoor recess and playing outside after school in New England isn't scuppered by bad weather and dark evenings.
Steps needed to be taken, literally and metaphorically. Here's what we did to increase her daily activity levels: