Posts Tagged ‘edward tufte’
On Edward Tufte’s graph paper, and drawing on sheets of paper instead of in sketchbooks.
Looking for a book in a stack of blackout poems.
On magic as theatre, explanatory diagrams of magic tricks, and Peter Durand’s notes on an Edward Tufte lecture.
A mindmap of Edward Tufte’s Envisioning Information.
Most discussion about comics done by information designers is about the merits of the cartoon style rather than the underlying syntax of comics.
A mindmap of Edward Tufte’s BEAUTIFUL EVIDENCE.
“Imagine a widely used and expensive prescription drug that promised to make us beautiful but didn’t. Instead the drug had frequent, serious side effects: It induced stupidity, turned everyone into bores, wasted time, and degraded the quality and credibility of communication. These side effects would rightly lead to a worldwide product recall.” —Edward Tufte, “Powerpoint […]