Envisioning Information

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by Edward R. Tufte (1990)

In much the same vein as Tufte's The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, and displaying the same calibre of deeply incisive common-sense that cuts to the heart of all that's right and wrong about the art and science of 'information design' - graphic design's more pragmatic nephew.

If you love beauty in highly functional graphics, from maps and diagrams, charts and graphs, tables and typography, then this is for you.

Rating:

10/10 If bad diagrams make you cringe, and good ones make you laugh out loud.

0/10 If you only care about beauty, but not about usefulness. Or if you don't have eyes.

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