The art of insight how great visualization designers think

"The Art of Insight: How Great Visualization Designers Think is a book about making design decisions in difficult situations. Decision-making is an essential skill for designers because anyone can create a data visualization with just a few clicks. Data is easily available online, and multiple...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Cairo, Alberto
Format: eBook
Published: Hoboken, New Jersey Wiley 2024
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Collection: O'Reilly - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
  • Introduction: On magic (with Shirley Wu)
  • Unruly stripes (with Ed Hawkins)
  • A world of conversation
  • The eternal wanderer (with Jaime Serra)
  • A certain inner light (with Nadieh Bremer)
  • A mindful artisan (with Sonja Kuijpers)
  • Living visualization (with Pedro Cruz)
  • Data and persons (with Federica Fragapane)
  • Souls before numbers (with Mohamad Waked)
  • Coda
  • Building bridges (with Allen Hillery)
  • The good fighter (with Amanda Makulec)
  • Making data friendly (with Alli Torban)
  • A reporter among engineers (with Aaron Williams)
  • The therapy of visualization (with Deniz Cem Önduygu)
  • The public intellectual (with Attila Bátorfy)
  • The discerning outsider (with Harkanwal Singh)
  • Second coda
  • A journalism of care (with Alyssa Fowers)
  • No treasure hunts (with Lena Groeger)
  • Smart brevity (with Danielle Alberti, Jacque Schrag, and Will Chase)
  • Visceral visualizations (with Gurman Bhatia)
  • The determined learner (with Jane Pong)
  • The jack-of-all-trades (with Simon Ducroquet)
  • A journalist at war (with Anatoliy Bondarenko)
  • Epilogue: Teachers, mentors, and meaning