Absurd Titles We’ve Generated With The Free Infographic Idea Generator: Klock.Work

By Nadya Khoja, Sep 30, 2015

As some of you may have heard, Venngage recently released a brand new Infographic Idea Generator tool called Klock.Work. The tool is completely free to use and there is absolutely no sign-in or registration required. It’s 100% free. Some people have been asking us questions about Klock.Work, so we thought we would provide you with a set of FAQs to give you a better understanding of our new idea generator, as well as a list on some of the more bizarre titles that we have generated using the tool.

As you’ve all probably noticed, for those of you who have spent hours on the tool (we know you have, we track everything) we are still working on it to get it working seamlessly. In the meantime, if any of the ideas you generate are particularly absurd, please tweet at us using the hashtag #klockwork. Some of the rather amusing titles we have generated so far include:

1) “How to use Llamas to breakup with your partner”

I found this title to be particularly bizarre but equally inspiring.

2) “Tactile vs. Digital: What kinds of breakfast do you prefer?”

I feel as though an article with this title might give some interesting insight to eating disorders.

3) “Why a bad coffee is worse than going to prison”

This I can relate to. Many days all you hope for to give you a pick-me-up is a good cup of joe. If it’s not done right, it can really put you down.

4) “How to have your pug and eat it too”

Now this was just a bit terrifying…

5) “42 things about design only an 80’s child will understand”

Is that not a click-bait link or what? It’s just so absurd I’m almost willing to write the article myself…

Again, feel free to comment below with some of your favourite title combinations, or send us a quick tweet!

About Nadya Khoja

Nadya Khoja is a Visual Content and Digital Marketing Specialist. She is part of the team at Venngage, an online infographic maker. Nadya has a B.A. with Specialized Honours in Devised Theatre and a Master's Degree in Digital Media with a focus on Audience Engagement and Immersive Experiences. When she has time, Nadya directs, produces and sound designs for experimental and interactive performances.