The Art of InfoVis Presentation …

Martin from Statistical Graphs & Data Visualization makes a solid statement by pointing out the importance (from a marketing point of view at least) of graphical elegance of visualizations. A visually pleasing look should never harm the clearness and ease of use of a visualization but nor should inconsiderate design hold the reader off engaging with it. We think it’s once again a question of main objective, target audience and conjunction between data and representation. The subject has already been discussed in various articles, books and speaches but it seems hard to find a consensus – that’s partly why it is always a challanging task defining the visual design of a visualization project.

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  • http://ComplexDiagrams.com/ Noah Iliinsky

    This exact consideration, finding a visual solution that appropriately addresses the needs of author, audience, and data integrity, was the topic of my master’s thesis. http://tinyurl.com/diagramthesis

    I invite feedback, questions, ideas, and collaboration, as I continue to consider the topic.

  • http://ComplexDiagrams.com Noah Iliinsky

    This exact consideration, finding a visual solution that appropriately addresses the needs of author, audience, and data integrity, was the topic of my master’s thesis. http://tinyurl.com/diagramthesis

    I invite feedback, questions, ideas, and collaboration, as I continue to consider the topic.