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  • Copyright © Imparta Limited 2002 – 2008 All Rights Reserved
  • http://www.interaction-design.org/encyclopedia/data_visualization_for_human_perception.html
  • http://www.interaction-design.org/encyclopedia/data_visualization_for_human_perception.html
  • http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html
  • Cave paintings! Maps pre-date writing 1857 Florence Nightingale persuaded Queen Victoria to improve conditions in military hospitals – the Coxcomb chart – stacked bar and pie charts showing deaths during Crimean war
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/17/Nightingale-mortality.jpg
  • NM website April 2012
  • http://datavisualization.ch/showcases/food-consumed/
  • http://datavisualization.ch/showcases/food-consumed/
  • http://datavisualization.ch/showcases/food-consumed/
  • http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/play/snake-oil-supplements/
  • https://docs.google.com/a/nixonmcinnes.co.uk/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Altk3Tn01ZsWdDRVN19EeENwd1pQY1ZyV1AwTnJCMnc&hl=en#gid=0
  • http://www.wefeelfine.org/
  • http://www.wefeelfine.org/
  • NixonMcInnes produced an infographic to distil a whole televised debate into key differences between the pre-election chancellors, for influencers and communities to share virally.
  • Originally used by Channel 4 to support their ‘How to save £100 billion’ special, the channel will use it again with a controversial new drama breaking in the New Year to enhance their viewing experience in a ‘two screen’ world.
  • Originally used by Channel 4 to support their ‘How to save £100 billion’ special, the channel will use it again with a controversial new drama breaking in the New Year to enhance their viewing experience in a ‘two screen’ world.
  • Originally used by Channel 4 to support their ‘How to save £100 billion’ special, the channel will use it again with a controversial new drama breaking in the New Year to enhance their viewing experience in a ‘two screen’ world.
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  • Infographicsa short historyPage 1 | Infographics | April 2012
  • DefinitionInfographics = information graphics “graphic visual representations of information, data* or knowledge. These graphics present complex information quickly and clearly” - Wikipedia*aka data visualisationBar charts and maps, line graphs, pie charts, system diagrams, tables…Page 2 | Infographics | April 2012
  • PurposeShifts the balance between perception and cognition to take fulleradvantage of the brains abilitiesPage 3 | Infographics | April 2012
  • PrinciplesProximity Objects that are close together are perceived as a groupSimilarity Objects that share similar attributes (e.g. color or shape) are perceived as a groupConnection Objects that are connected (e.g. by a line) are perceived as a groupPage 4 | Infographics | April 2012
  • PrinciplesEnclosure Objects that appear to have a boundary around them (e.g. formed by a line or area of common colour) are perceived as a groupClosure Open structures are perceived as closed, complete, and regular whenever there is a way that they can reasonably be interpreted as suchContinuity Objects that are aligned together or appear to be a continuation of one another are perceived as a groupConnection Objects that are connected (e.g. by a line) are perceived as a groupPage 5 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Page 6 | Infographics | April 2012
  • OriginsCave paintings!Maps pre-date writing by several millenniaAn early infographic that made a difference…In 1857, English nurse Florence Nightingale used information graphics persuading Queen Victoria to improve conditions in military hospitals, principally the Coxcomb chart, a combination of stacked bar and pie charts, depicting the number and causes of deaths during each month of the Crimean War.Page 7 | Infographics | April 2012
  • OriginsPage 8 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Modern infographicsPage 9 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Research centricLauren Manning, a New York based designer, exploresvarious methods to visualise one single data set for herthesis. Food Consumed: “It’s like comparing apples to oranges.” This phrase is the best way to describe the current state of data visualizations. …Instead of seeing many excellent visualizations of all different data sets, what if you could see tons of visualizations of the same data set? What new comparisons, knowledge and structure might be developed from this?Page 10 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Research centricLauren Manning, a New York based designer, exploresvarious methods to visualise one single data set for herthesis. Food Consumed: “It’s like comparing apples to oranges.” This phrase is the best way to describe the current state of data visualizations. …Instead of seeing many excellent visualizations of all different data sets, what if you could see tons of visualizations of the same data set? What new comparisons, knowledge and structure might be developed from this?Page 11 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Research centricPage 12 | Infographics | April 2012
  • CustomisablePage 13 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Public dataresearch centric and attributed to multiple sourcesPage 14 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Attributed to multiple sources Blog data comes from a variety of online sources, including LiveJournal, MSN Spaces, MySpace, Blogger, Flickr, Technorati, Feedster, Ice Rocket, and Google.Page 15 | Infographics | April 2012
  • RSPCA Freedom Food sales data visualisation We produced assets to reach out to bloggers and online influencers, providing visuals to support a statistics based PR story. Very successful campaign results for RSPCA.Page 16 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Channel 4 ‘Ask the Chancellors’ debatePage 17 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Datacopter Twitter visualisation appfor Channel 4Page 18 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Datacopter Twitter visualisation app V2.0Page 19 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Barclaycard: influencer mappingPage 20 | Infographics | April 2012
  • notaninfographic.tumblr.comPage 21 | Infographics | April 2012
  • Thank you!@bethgranterhttp://delicious.com/bethgranter/infographicsPage 22 | Infographics | April 2012