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Posts tagged ‘infographics’

Making the simple complicated (it’s easier than you might imagine)

The beginnings of this post came from a question asked by Cognitive psycologist (definitely the first time I’ve mentioned one of them on this site), Chris Atherton about a diagram she found. The diagram is shown below, and in the absence of a title, it can best be described as showing the ‘transmission of Huntington’s disease’.

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6 comments / October 11th, 2010

Data visualisation vs Infographics

The phrases ‘data visualisation’ and ‘infographics’ seem to be quite popular at the moment, and I think there’s a danger of them becoming misused. Here’s my very quick attempt at explaining the difference.

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1 comment / September 9th, 2010

Me, in a magazine, talking about porn – infoporn that is!

robert hempsall letter to design week about infographics

Design Week just featured a comment I made about ‘infographics’. If I had known they were going to, I would have said more – and here’s what I would have said.

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3 comments / July 16th, 2010

Are you confusing your customers?

If your documents are confusing your customers, try a free simplicity review to find out why.

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