See What I Mean Pt. 2 (Case Studies)

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We all work with information. In our web sites. Our web apps. Print communications. Graphs, and charts. But how exactly do you present information in a way that simplifies the complex, communicates powerfully, and actually delights people?

In this presentation, Stephen Anderson and I share some of our information design secrets. From travel plans to search results to quarterly earnings statements—here's a handful of information design and data visualization case studies, identifying principles that apply to just about any project.

Learn how to identify and group related information, create a visual hierarchy, draw focus to the most important content, use images appropriately, see familiar data in a fresh new way, and much more!

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See What I Mean Pt. 2 (Case Studies)

  1. ATTENTION SLIDESHARERS: This presentation is part 2 of a 2 part presentation. The first half of this presentation can be viewed at: www.slideshare.net/stephenpa
  2. CASE TUDIES S Travel Network User Experience | sabreux.com http://flickr.com/photos/juanignaciosl/237734498/
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