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DATA FLOW: Visualising Information in Graphic Design. Edited by Robert K lanten, Nicolas Bourquin, Thibaud Tissot, and Sven Ehmann. Data Flow 2. Visualizing Information in Graphic Design. Gestalten, Berlin. March Editorial Design · DE. Edited by: Robert Klanten, Sven Ehmann, Nicolas. International interest in the sophisticated and aesthetic visualization of complex information made Data Flow a bestseller. Today, more and more graphic.
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Preview — Data Flow 2 by Nicolas Bourquin. Data Flow 2: Bourquin Editor. Sven Ehmann Editor. International interest in the sophisticated and aesthetic visualization of complex information made Data Flow a bestseller. Today, more and more graphic designers, advertising agencies, motion designers, and artists work in this area.
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Consequently, the demand for information on this topic has grown enormously. Dat International interest in the sophisticated and aesthetic visualization of complex information made Data Flow a bestseller. Data Flow 2 expands the definition of contemporary information graphics. The book features new possibilities for diagrams, maps, and charts. It investigates the visual and intuitive presentation of processes, data, and information. Concrete examples of research and art projects as well as commercial work illuminate how techniques such as simplification, abstraction, metaphor, and dramatization function.
Offering practical advice, background information, case studies, and inspiration, Data Flow 2 is a valuable reference for anyone working with or interested in information graphics. Get A Copy.
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Sort order. Oct 08, Eric Phetteplace rated it really liked it Shelves: I feel almost exactly the same about Data Flow 2 as I did its predecessor: There's humor, information, and artistry all wound together throughout the book.
Thoroughly enjoyable, whether you feel like perusing a single graphic for an hour or flipping through the whole volume like a coffee table book. May 15, Elisabeth rated it it was amazing.
I really enjoyed this beautiful book. It's filled with stunning images of information and data visualization as well as art.
It organizes the visualizations by categories, basic types of visualization - which is great, because it allows you to see how even widely differing visualizations have common themes. Jul 11, Dylan rated it liked it. I paged through this in a bookstore. It is informative, large and expensive.
Nov 13, Kate Green rated it it was amazing Shelves: Who new data could be so interesting. A hefty book filled with ideas on how to visualise data that actually makes it interesting, engaging and memorable. Tea rated it really liked it Jan 04,