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Hugh Macdonald  @insanitycured Jeremy Yuille @overlobe RMIT University Reuben Stanton @absent Dr. Stephen Viller @viller U...
 
data
data
sensemaking
communication
data
data + social
object centered sociality Cetina & Bruegger (2000) objects, around which discussions takes place, help focus and start soc...
social objects Hugh MacLeod  http://gapingvoid.com/2007/12/31/social-objects-for-beginners/ (via @mediajunkie)
sliced & diced
compared
frequency
social gravity Jyrgi Engeström  http://www.zengestrom.com/blog/2007/08/what-makes-a-go.html
design patterns
design patterns
social visualization
mapping help people choose the most appropriate way to visualize a dataset.
mapping Stephen Few  Show Me the Numbers   http://www.perceptualedge.com
mapping Dan Roam  The Back of the Napkin   http://www.thebackofthenapkin.com/
decoration help people ‘decorate’ a visualization to better communicate its relevance and context
decoration
tweakability instead of making the visualization a snapshot, make it an interface that lets a user playfully explore the d...
tweakability
annotation let people annotate the visualization in a consistent and coherent manner
annotation
snapshot let people store and retrieve configurations of an interactive visualization
snapshot
social objects
socialvizpatterns.info
thanks
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The Social Life Of Visualization OzChi Nov 2009

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The Social Life Of Visualization OzChi Nov 2009

  1. 1. Hugh Macdonald @insanitycured Jeremy Yuille @overlobe RMIT University Reuben Stanton @absent Dr. Stephen Viller @viller University of Queensland
  2. 3. data
  3. 4. data
  4. 5. sensemaking
  5. 6. communication
  6. 7. data
  7. 8. data + social
  8. 9. object centered sociality Cetina & Bruegger (2000) objects, around which discussions takes place, help focus and start social interaction
  9. 10. social objects Hugh MacLeod http://gapingvoid.com/2007/12/31/social-objects-for-beginners/ (via @mediajunkie)
  10. 11. sliced & diced
  11. 12. compared
  12. 13. frequency
  13. 14. social gravity Jyrgi Engeström http://www.zengestrom.com/blog/2007/08/what-makes-a-go.html
  14. 15. design patterns
  15. 16. design patterns
  16. 17. social visualization
  17. 18. mapping help people choose the most appropriate way to visualize a dataset.
  18. 19. mapping Stephen Few Show Me the Numbers http://www.perceptualedge.com
  19. 20. mapping Dan Roam The Back of the Napkin http://www.thebackofthenapkin.com/
  20. 21. decoration help people ‘decorate’ a visualization to better communicate its relevance and context
  21. 22. decoration
  22. 23. tweakability instead of making the visualization a snapshot, make it an interface that lets a user playfully explore the data.
  23. 24. tweakability
  24. 25. annotation let people annotate the visualization in a consistent and coherent manner
  25. 26. annotation
  26. 27. snapshot let people store and retrieve configurations of an interactive visualization
  27. 28. snapshot
  28. 29. social objects
  29. 30. socialvizpatterns.info
  30. 31. thanks

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