Sketches from Edward Tufte’s workshop on visual information design:
– fundamental strategies of analytical design
– evaluating evidence used in presentations
– statistical data: tables, graphics, and semi-graphics
– business, scientific, research, and financial presentations
– complexity and clarity
– effective presentations: on paper and in person
– interface design
– use of PowerPoint, video, overheads, and handouts
– multi-media, internet, and websites
– credibility of presentations
– animation and scientific visualizations
many practical examples