Posts Tagged: scientific visualisation

Six approaches to visualising complexity

As information designers, we often create visual representations of meaning to make hard-to-understand information (e.g. scientific information, highly technical, unknown) more accessible to a wider audience. When well-conceived, these visualisations translate complexity into a simpler way to communicate a key message. Visualisations also help understand patterns and

Six approaches to visualising complexity

As information designers, we often create visual representations of meaning to make hard-to-understand information (e.g. scientific information, highly technical, unknown) more accessible to a wider audience. When well-conceived, these visualisations translate complexity into a simpler way to communicate a key message. Visualisations also help understand patterns and

Making sense of information (visual) practices

Among information (visual) fields there seems to be great confusion on the appropriate use of core terms. Particularly, the terms: information design, information visualisation and data visualisation are the ones that are daily used and, at the same time, arise

Making sense of information (visual) practices

Among information (visual) fields there seems to be great confusion on the appropriate use of core terms. Particularly, the terms: information design, information visualisation and data visualisation are the ones that are daily used and, at the same time, arise