Edward R. Tufte
Graphics Press, Cheshire, CT, 2011, 1990, English
Nonfiction, Graphic Design; Nonfiction, Digital Media Design
ISBN: 9780961392116

From the Publisher. This book celebrates escapes from the flatlands of both paper and computer screen, showing superb displays of high-dimensional complex data. The most design-oriented of Edward Tufte's books, Envisioning Information shows maps, charts, scientific presentations, diagrams, computer interfaces, statistical graphics and tables, stereo photographs, guidebooks, courtroom exhibits, timetables, use of color, a pop-up, and many other wonderful displays of information. The book provides practical advice about how to explain complex material by visual means, with extraordinary examples to illustrate the fundamental principles of information displays. Topics include escaping flatland, color and information, micro/macro designs, layering and separation, small multiples, and narratives. Winner of 17 awards for design and content. 400 illustrations with exquisite 6- to 12-color printing throughout. Highest quality design and production. Sequel to The Visual Display of Quantitative Information.

On 5 book lists
Kit Hinrichs

One of the leaders in information design.

Véronique Vienne

See my comments on Beautiful Evidence for an appreciation of Tufte’s work.

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