Envisioning Information
E. R. Tufte 1990 Chesire, Connecticut: Graphics Press

This book focuses on informational design, but is also useful in designing other print media. Tufte uses historical examples of successful and failed visual communication of data and outlines several principles which can predict the success of a given form presented to any audience. His focus is on maps and cartography, but this volume is not limited to these examples.

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Special Interest: Spatial Thinking
Resource Type: Book
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:Visual Learning, Spatial Intelligence:Maps, Cognitive Domain:How information is organized