Tufte Edward. Envisioning Information. Файл формата pdf; размером ,65 МБ. Добавлен пользователем Виталий ; Отредактирован. Edward R. Tufte. Envisioning Information. Two paintings on silk depicting Dejima Island, a view from the. Bay (top), a view from Nagasaki (bottom), circa The most design-oriented of Edward Tufte's books, Envisioning Information shows maps, charts, scientific presentations, diagrams, computer interfaces.
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Edward R. Tufte Envisioning Information ESCAPING FLATLAND M I C R O / M A C R O READINGS LAYERING AND SEPARATION SMALL MULTIPLES. Edward R. Tufte Envisioning Information. The Problem. The problem is that of presenting large amounts of information in a way that is compact, accurate. information design becomes just another bar chart. Source: Edward R. Tufte,. Envisioning Information, pp Illustration: Joseph Hutchins Colton, Johnson's.
Wasted space in headings cramps the times over-tight leading, in par- ticular. The views here are arranged for the wide-eyed or pie-eyed method of viewing stereograms; those using the popular cross- eyed method will see sunken mountains and raised rivers. As our eye moves from one image to the next, this constancy of design allows viewers to focus on changes in information rather than changes in graphical com- position. To envision information - and what bright and splendid visions can result - is to work at the intersection of image, word, number, art. Cour- space debris — operating and dead satellites, explosion fragments from Palais, "Collision Frequency of Artificial Satellites: