Envisioning information, Volume 1990, Part 2

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Graphics Press, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 126 pages
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A must read for anyone with an interest in presenting complex information in a useful form to an audience. Information architects, staticians, and writers will find his recommendations for presenting information useful and immediately applicable to virtually any discipline. Tufte reminds us all that information must serve a purpose beyond mere existance.  

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I began reading Tuft's graphic information series in an attempt to thwart and destroy the boring academic PowerPoint. For those not aware, academic and/or scholarly PowerPoints, particularly those ... Read full review

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Contents

Escaping Flatland
12
MicroMacro Readings
37
Layering and Separation
53
Copyright

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