HCDE510 _ Assignment 1

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  • http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/2009/interesting-easy-beautiful-true/
  • http://www.coolinfographics.com/blog/2010/4/27/10-tips-for-journalists-designing-infographics.html
  • http://www.coolinfographics.com/blog/2010/4/27/10-tips-for-journalists-designing-infographics.html

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  • 1. Information Design Assignment 1 Good VS. Bad Ruping Kuo 2012/1/23
  • 2. McCandless’s Model of Information Design interesting-easy-beautiful-true Relevant Meaningful New Easiness Usefulness Truth Consistence Accuracy Honest Beauty Structure Appearance Useability Fit
  • 3. Good Design 2010 World Economy Forum OECD Better Life Index 2011 Bad Design
  • 4. Relevant Meaningful NewInformation Interestingness Proof of Experiment concept Easiness Usefulness Truth Consistence Accuracy Honest Ugly Useability Fit integrity Function Boring Eye Sketch candy Form Design Beauty Structure Appearance Beauty Structure Appearance
  • 5. Krum’s 10 points of inforgraphics1. Be Concise (convey one idea really well) 2. Be Visual 3. Be Smarter (explain data correctly and help reader understand what they’re ) 4. Be Transparent (cite your data sources and allow readers to dig deeper) 5. Be Different (presentation form) 6. Be Attractive 
  • 6. 7. Be Accurate (use different sized shapes or images to show amounts relative to each other) 8. Be Varied (Find a good visual style that’s right for the data you’re trying to share) 9. Be Gracious (your infographic may be viewed alone/as self-explanatory as possible) 10. Be Creative (Use whatever tools you have)  Total: 1 5 4
  • 7. Good Design 2010 World Economy Forum OECD Better Life Index 2011 Bad Design
  • 8. Relevant Meaningful NewInformation Interestingness Proof of Proof of Experiment concept Experiment Easiness Usefulness concept Truth Consistence Accuracy Honest Useability Fit Successful integrity Function Design Eye Eye Sketch Sketch candy candy Form Design Beauty Structure Appearance
  • 9. Krum’s 10 points of inforgraphics1. Be Concise (convey one idea really well) 2. Be Visual 3. Be Smarter (explain data correctly and help reader understand what they’re ) 4. Be Transparent (cite your data sources and allow readers to dig deeper)5. Be Different (presentation form) 6. Be Attractive /
  • 10. 7. Be Accurate (use different sized shapes or images to show amounts relative to each other) 8. Be Varied (Find a good visual style that’s right for the data you’re trying to share) 9. Be Gracious (your infographic may be viewed alone/as self-explanatory as possible) 10. Be Creative (Use whatever tools you have)  Total: 8 2 0