Browsing All posts tagged under »Edward Tufte«

David Byrne on Edward Tufte on PowerPoint

April 17, 2008


Yeah, I know what you’re thinking: “what? …why?” Me, too. I guess he is a performer. Anyway, here it is: (Of course, it’s from UC Berkeley.) More on topic: Slightly less intellectual: By the way, I’ve just finished reading (again) both Envisioning Information and Visual Explanations. You should read them both […]


November 28, 2007


Sparklines are beautiful. Impactful. Simple. Elegant. I’m going to try to start using this concept as soon as possible. I’m taking a course in healthcare info systems this semester, and we hear constant talk about “dashboards.” Example dashboards are invariably hideous or so simple that too little information is conveyed. I think this idea has […]