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Sculptural Maps Tell the Story of Cities’ Darkest Moments

Sculptural Maps Tell the Story of Cities’ Darkest Moments

City maps are the tools of the modern urban explorer, but they also carry the scars of the history that helped create ... keep reading

4 Tips on Using Dual Y-Axis Charts

4 Tips on Using Dual Y-Axis Charts

The dual Y-axis charts raise many eyebrows in the data visualization circles. They are often considered to confuse and ... keep reading

Updating Our Visual Traffic Language

Updating Our Visual Traffic Language

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

How Much Personal Space Do You Have?

How Much Personal Space Do You Have?

If you live in an urban metropolis, you know how densely packed the population can get. With buildings growing ever ... keep reading

Coloring with Association

Coloring with Association

Much color work for designers requires avoiding unintentional associations: Red and blue make any map seem partisan, ... keep reading

Stamen’s Map Stack

Stamen’s Map Stack

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

Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge

Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge

Visually is pleased to be helping out Chart.js and ChallengePost with their Personal Dashboard Challenge. Stew ... keep reading

Free Art and Education For All

Free Art and Education For All

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

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

Chuck Close employs an atypical process to achieve atypically good results. Of course, that process is due in part to ... keep reading