Saturday, 31 October 2009

Visual Complexity

These are some pretty impressive images from Visual Complexity that display a great way of communicating information graphics. I find these so organized and chaotic at once.

"Functional visualizations are more than innovative statistical analyses and computational algorithms. They must make sense to the user and require a visual language system that uses colour, shape, line, hierarchy and composition to communicate clearly and appropriately, much like the alphabetic and character-based languages used worldwide between humans."

Matt Woolman
Digital Information Graphics

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