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A capital example of information design

Emails about my finances are never particularly good news, but this one from Capital One turned out to be, because it was such a good example of information design.

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2 comments / May 13th, 2016

Explaining current affairs

I’ve had a go at using my approach to design to explain a current news story

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0 comments / November 4th, 2015

A few things from this week

It’s been one of those weeks where a few information design things cropped up, so I thought it was worth getting them down on paper – sort of.

To a lot of people, information design means diagrams, but it’s an area I rarely get involved with – and here’s why

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0 comments / October 1st, 2015

Large print versions… how not to do it

If your organisation thinks large print version of documents are worth providing, then at least do it right… not like this

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0 comments / April 10th, 2015

In the name of research

As a designer, I often make a design decision without thinking why, just knowing it’s the right thing to do. Occasionally clients want to know why.

So, here’s the beginnings of a list of research that’s relevant to the work I do:

Serifs and font legibility

The effect of colour on message legibility

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0 comments / April 8th, 2015

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