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Free Art and Education For All

Free Art and Education For All

Design

No one believes in free education more than those who’ve experienced it. At Cooper Union, one of the the ... 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
The Proof Is in the Process

The Proof Is in the Process

Design

Chuck Close employs an atypical process to achieve atypically good results. Of course, that process is due in part to ... keep reading
Beyond Infographics: The Use of Video In Data Visualization

Beyond Infographics: The Use of Video In Data Visualization

Design

Like infographics, video and motion graphics use text and graphic elements (drawings, typography, charts, etc.) to tell ... 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
Art Beyond the Map

Art Beyond the Map

Design

We all know that data, rendered effectively, can be art.  Art is usually less empirical, so what it tells you about a ... 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
Data Visualization for Tablets and Touch Screens

Data Visualization for Tablets and Touch Screens

Design

At the end of 2012, comScore estimated there were 52.4 million tablet owners in the U.S.; Apple sold another 19.5 ... 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
The Future of Museums in an Online World

The Future of Museums in an Online World

Design

With the likes of Google Art Project and the cooperation of museums worldwide, entire art collections are headed online ... keep reading