[O]ur main goal should be to tell a story clearly by achieving order and having some sort of narrative through each graphic. Any project should start by analyzing what your story is about and then finding the best way to tell it by splitting it up into easily digestible chunks, without losing depth. John Grimwade,…… Continue reading Shape for Content, Strive for Clarity, and Provide Context
Here’s the dirty little secret about data: it’s always noisy and uncertain. Alberto Cairo, p. 112, The Truthful Art Honestly, I never really gave uncertainty much critical thought until I stumbled upon Visualizing Uncertain Weather a 2017 article by Jen Christiansen in Scientific American (Who was mentioned in the article? Professor Cairo) where she talks…… Continue reading The Truthful Art: Uncertainty and The Basics
Literacy, Articulacy, Numeracy, and Graphicacy Confession: I am one of those designers who is “terrified by math and science”. In fact, I’ll admit last week I had a bit of a math and science panic while trying to complete a weekly assignment. Still, I’m not sure it is without good reason. As well as I…… Continue reading The Truthful Art: Math, Science, The Mind — Oh My!