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Building Effective Color Scales

Building Effective Color Scales

Design

Color scales have always been a tricky topic. They need to look good, and still represent data. And our eyes have some ... keep reading
How Long Does it Take to Make an Infographic?

How Long Does it Take to Make an Infographic?

Content Marketing

Infographics often contain time-sensitive information. Current events need to be covered within a certain timeframe ... keep reading
Updating Our Visual Traffic Language

Updating Our Visual Traffic Language

Design

Traffic signs are among the most frequent forms of visual information display. On top of that, they provide extremely ... keep reading
Stamen’s Map Stack

Stamen’s Map Stack

Design

For a long time, making highly stylized maps has been an extremely manual process with tedious Photoshopping or drawing ... keep reading
Visualizations in Stone

Visualizations in Stone

Design

Geological changes are typically very slow processes. They take place over hundreds, if not thousands of years or ... keep reading
Stupid Things Infographic Designers Do

Stupid Things Infographic Designers Do

Design

Now that you know about many of the creative things that designers do to pie charts, bar charts, line charts, maps, and ... keep reading
IEEE Vis Call For Practitioners

IEEE Vis Call For Practitioners

Updates

The IEEE Vis computer science conference (previously VisWeek) is in Atlanta, Georgia this year. The conference is the ... keep reading
“Creative” Things Designers Do: Map Edition

“Creative” Things Designers Do: Map Edition

Design

In the past few weeks, we’ve been running a series on the tweaks that designers do to charts to make them fit the ... keep reading
The Art of Data Visualization

The Art of Data Visualization

Design

PBS digital studios recently released a short video on data visualization. It does a great job of explaining what ... keep reading
“Creative” Things Designers Do: Line Chart Edition

“Creative” Things Designers Do: Line Chart Edition

Design

In the past three weeks, we’ve been running a series on the tweaks that designers do to charts to make them fit ... keep reading