Digital Information Graphics confronts the issues that directly affect our interaction with the screen, whether for the World Wide Web, multimedia programs or small-screen devices like mobile phones or PDAs. Considering the most effective way to present deep arrays of data, the book is based on principles and strategies that are presented through examples and case studies: Mapping Displaying complex spaces, environments and infrastructure in simple and comprehensive ways Informing The analysis and presentation of data gathered from such areas as communication, demographics and news Explaining Considering how complex events, conditions or situations are conveyed in straightforward ways Exploring Pushing today's technology to its limits, resulting in new ways to navigate a website or to interact with the computer. With hundreds of the best examples drawn from around the world, from the world's top information designers, this book sets out to make a vital part of design available and useful to everyone living and working in the digital age.
Matt Woolman is Assistant Professor of Communication Design at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is the author of two Thames & Hudson books, Type in Motion (with Jeff Bellantoni) and Sonic Graphics / Seeing Sound.