Exploring Isotype Charts: “Our Private Lives” (LESSONS OF ISOTYPE — PART 2)
Discussing the charts in the Book Series ‘America & Britain’ There’s much to be told in the story of the Isotype, yet despite a great..
Racial Bias in Code and Data: An Interview with Alex Garcia
As a young data journalist, I was advised to attend NICAR — an annual data journalism conference organized by Investigative Editors and Reporters and their suborganization, the National..
Exploring Isotype Charts: “Only An Ocean Between” (LESSONS OF ISOTYPE — PART 1)
There’s much to be told in the story of the Isotype. The International System Of Typographic Picture Education (ISOTYPE) was invented by Otto Neurath in collaboration with his wife Marie Neurath, and Gerd Arntz. While..
Four Big Dataviz Myths, Busted
On a dedicated channel, #dvs-topics-in-data-viz, in the Data Visualization Society Slack, our members discuss questions and issues pertinent to the field of data visualization. Discussion..
How to Use Whitespace, the Punctuation Between Visual Elements
This is the first in a series of articles that illustrate how basic design principles can improve information display. The next installment will apply some..
Designing for Charts
This is the third in a series of articles that illustrate how basic design principles can improve information display. Previous articles focused on whitespace and..
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