Grammarics started in Jan 2012 as a hobby project. The concept was simple – use visual learning and humor as a way to make it easy and enjoyable to learn the rules of English grammar, punctuation, and word usage. The first set of 10 picture-lessons that we put up on the website attracted tremendous attention and received very positive reviews. That encouraged us to build out more content over time and also introduce learning products for students and teachers. Today, Grammarics attracts a global audience – our Facebook page has 15,000+ likes and our website has attracted tens of thousands of visitors.
Love this site: Grammarics. It provides pictorial representations of grammar rules.
−Guy Kawasaki (Renowned author, entrepreneur, and VC)
As someone who often works with business professionals on writing, I wish I’d seen your Grammarics gallery decades ago, to recommend with Elements of Style. I enjoy grammar but realize reading about it is completely out of sync with a population that learns visually.
−Susan K Becker (Principal, Becker Consulting Services)
Liven up your grammar discussions with Grammarics: cartoon illustrations of grammar rules.
−Bedford/St. Martin’s (College book publisher, U.S.)