Sunni Brown, owner of BrightSpot Information Design has created and posted some cool graphic recordings of the recent SXSW conference.
A week or so ago, Tom Crawford sent me a link to the PDF, “Visualizing Design for Advocacy: An Introduction to Information Design.” In my opinion it’s a great little primer on information design for those of us who don’t have any experience with it. They outline a process for planning an information design campaign […]
Karen Martin drew this map to visualize the relationships between the disciplines in urban computing. Some of these disciplines are the same disciplines I’ve got listed in my visual thinking taxonomy and seeing this map makes me wonder if a similar map of the visual thinking landscape might be a good way to go. You […]
VizThink ’08 facilitator Dan Roam has apparently been making the conference rounds, attending MIX08 and as well as SXSW. The cools news is that if you missed him the MIX08 presentation is now available online: MIX08 Windows Media Player Video I’ve only watched the first quarter or so of this so far, but it’s very […]
This is cool. New York designer Nicholas Felton has created a 2007 annual report of his life, The 2007 Feltron Annual Report, full of infographics, such as number of vacation days taken per month, itunes tracks played, miles traveled, subway trips, dining (including most bizarre – fermented sea cucumber intestines), dishes eaten by type and […]
Came across a reference to the book, Visual Communication: Images with Messages by Paul Martin Lester. Looks pretty good, but at over $100 for a new edition, I won’t be ordering that very soon. However, I also came across Lester’s course notes. He’s a professor in the Department of Communication at Cal State Fullerton. He’s […]