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Quote from John Freeman on December 9, 2020, 4:37 pm

Why not use an eye for experience? Simple design, strong symbol.

Also, not to be a party pooper but I would revise the color chart with his/her help.

This blue is cool. In such quantity I feel it’s too much. It burns my eye!

Great feedback, thanks!
Added the eye, and made it darker.

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Quote from Matthew Whitewood on December 9, 2020, 2:40 pm

Even in business where "substance" should trump "looks", a good design still makes the difference (and of all places, we should know that here).

Fascinating topic, I read an article recently.
Product managers visual guide to feature selection

Here is a diagram to visually summarise the article:

Loved it!

Makes a lot of sense, and also shows clearly, in pictorial format, that a great business can easily undersell.

Marketing & sales manipulation, also a great topic to explore. There is an old analysis of Tai Lopez here, but linked to one of the early and poorer quality videos, deserves a good article eventually.

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Hypergamy Infographic

Hypergamy infographic

Original "hypergamy pyramid":

The new one:

Some concepts I want to include:

  • Men at the bottom are largely not sought after
  • Men at the bottom seek women of around the same level
  • Men at the bottom sometimes try with women at higher level, but largely fail
  • Women prefer men "above them"
  • Men are OK to "go down" (but not endlessly so)
  • Men are more willingly to "go down" for sex, than for relationships

These are all concepts I'd like to include, but that are not easy to.

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Mmmmh.  In this case I actually prefer yours. I like the depth.

I would accentuate the shading: dark at the top, middle in the middle and light pink/blue at the bottom.

To illustrate the concept you want to illustrate, I would simplify by using only 3 levels: High, middle, low. Then, you have to use creatively the arrows. Maybe put more distance between the two pyramids. Then use the minimal number of arrows to illustrate your point. Otherwise you risk to destroy all this beautiful readibility you will have created earlier. I would play with the arrows by using line width, color and maybe the arrowhead (like 2 different styles).

I’m doing again PU from the beginning and I have to say that you improved the design and graphics massively. This PU is becoming World-class level.

Thank you so much, John, super helpful!
Quote from John Freeman on December 10, 2020, 8:09 pm

I’m doing again PU from the beginning and I have to say that you improved the design and graphics massively. This PU is becoming World-class level.

Yes, doing the upgrade I sought to use higher-quality pictures and images, as well as spacing up the layout a bit more to make it more readable.

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I would also add space between each of the 3  levels.

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How it turned out:

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Sent this one to the designer:

Especially interested in adapting it to an article on power intelligence that is in the works.

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I am getting stoked for Seduction University.
First, the last-minute resistance article.
Then the review on Swoon.
Followed by the review of Costa Rica.
Now, this diagram on mating intelligence.
Good stuff man :).

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The first draft:

The designer didn't get that they are supposed to overlap -or: I failed to explain it-. So that needs to be fixed.

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